If you know of any senior citizens in the Bagley Community who had severe water damage from the flood rains on Monday August 11th, please call the Bagley hotline at (313) 927-2674 or email Bagleycommunitycouncil@yahoo.com. Leave your name, address, damage description, and a contact number.
If you are not a senior citizen and your house or business has been damaged from the rains on Monday August 11th, please call the hotline, or email as well.
The information will be given to the Department Of Neighborhoods District 2 manager Kim Tandy. The City needs to know this information so it can give it to the State Of Michigan.
There is an organization by the name of All Hands Volunteer that is here to help residents that are in need of assistance from the our recent storm. The organization is in need of volunteers and well as offering some assistance. Please read flyer and pass on to as many people or organizations as you can. Click here to download flyer.
The City’s home page has a link Flood Damage Information that provides a link to the online form for Flood damage assessment. For people who need volunteer assistance to clean up, United Way (211) will transfer callers to the State’s Recovery assistance program and they will take their info—volunteer clean-up help only—no financial help. DHS is possible source for financial help for low income families in need. Ombudsman is helping people fill out form. They have a slightly different online form they use for damage assessment.
Here is important information on re-entering your flooded home.
FEMA Adds Third Location to Assist Detroit Residents
- Call FEMA at 1-800-621-3362. The number also may be used for 711 or VRS.
- Apply online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov
- Hearing or speech impaired applicants should call 1-800-462-7585.