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Assistance eligibility is based on Damage Assessment guidelines set forth by the American Red Cross and other local and federal agencies and is based on water levels reached inside the single family dwelling, apartment or mobile home, in addition to other considerations. Currently we are assisting those whose homes have been classified as Major Damage or Destroyed. Unfortunately, we do not have the financial resources to offer assistance to all homes affected by flooding at this time.
Single Family Home or Apartment
- Major Damage – 36 to 60 inches of water in the living area of the dwelling
- Destroyed – 60 inches or more of water in the living area of the dwelling
- Major Damage – 24 to 48 inches of water in the living area of the dwelling
- Destroyed – 48 inches or more of water in the living area of the dwelling
The American Red Cross of Central Texas has closed all shelters in Central Texas. Governor Rick Perry has issued a disaster proclamation for Bastrop, Burnet, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson counties in Central Texas. We are currently working with our volunteers to assess the damages left behind by Hermine. Once damage assessment is complete, the ARC national office will make a decision on what type of aid we will be able to extend based on the damages. Please note, it may take up two weeks for the Red Cross and other agencies to thoroughly assess the damage cause by this flood.
- Take good pictures of all damages, especially water marks showing how high the water line rose. Document interior damage as well as exterior.
- Keep receipts for every single expenditure. That way you will have as many options as possible for reimbursement through insurance and government programs.
- Refer to the Williamson County website for additional guidance: http://www.wilco.org
- For Agricultural Damage: Craig Enhlemann, USDA at 512.863.8576
Williamson County Government Resources for Hermine Victims
Cedar Park – Residents should report damage to Emergency Management Coordinator James Mallinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Georgetown – Residents should report damage to email@example.com or 512-930-2550. Residents can also request help with clean up from Emergency Management Coordinator Kevin Stofle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leander – Residents should report damage to Public Works at 512-259-2640
Unincorporated Areas of Williamson County – Residents should report damage to county office of Emergency Management at email@example.com or 512-943-3747. Residents may need permits to rebuild earthworks, roads, houses, or outbuildings, and should contact the county Floodplain Administrator at 512-943-3620.