March 17-24, 2014
Every year, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) uses Flood Safety Awareness Week to educate homeowners about flooding and how they can safeguard their lives and property.
Every year during National Flood Safety Awareness Week (March 17 – 21, 2014), the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) educates Americans about how floods occur and what residents can do to safeguard their lives and property. This year FEMA is partnering with NOAA to introduce flood insurance as an important element in flood preparation and protection.
All developments within the 100-yr. floodplain (not just construction of buildings, but filling, excavation, fences, etc.) are required to obtain a City of St. Charles Permit. Applications must be made prior to doing any work in a floodplain area. Contact the City of St. Charles Public Works Engineering Division for information at 630-377-4486 or visit the Floodplain page of our website. You may report illegal development activities to the above number as well.
If your home sustained damage from the April/May flooding in our region, be sure to register with FEMA to see if you qualify for federal assistance--even if you have flood insurance or are renting. The deadline to register is July 9. For more information, contact the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362/(TTY) 800-462-7585 or visit www.disasterassistance.gov. More information is on our Flood Recovery page. Read more »
If your home sustained damage from the April/May flooding in our region, be sure to register with FEMA to see if you qualify for federal assistance--even if you have flood insurance or are renting.
If you are still feeling the effects of the rains and flooding that surged through our area, please check out the Flood Recovery page of our website. It is updated frequently with valuable information and links to federal, state and county resources. Kane County was declared a federal disaster area and FEMA teams have been touring the area.