Communities in Strafford and Sullivan Counties can now apply for help repairing public facilities and infrastructure. As StateImpact has reported, public assistance, for things like roads, is different from individual assistance for damaged houses.
Counties that are eligible for public FEMA assistance include:
Meanwhile, at this point, only residents of two counties can apply for help repairing property damage:
Residents of those counties who want to file for individual FEMA aid can call 1-800-621-FEMA or go to www.DisasterAssistance.gov. Small businesses that were damaged can also call the FEMA number or go to https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/.
The feds have set up a disaster recovery center in Conway at Mount Washington Technology Village to answer questions. There are also centers with rotating hours at Campton, Woodstock, Plymouth, Canaan, and Lebanon. You can find a full schedule for these centers here.
And you can find out how states apply for public FEMA assistance here.