Mid Michigan Flood Resources

Our region is coming together to help those who have been affected by this tragedy. The devastation is heartbreaking, and I will be working to help residents recover and rebuild. I am already working with federal officials on how we can use federal resources to help those who are in need and I want to thank Regional FEMA Administrator James K. Joseph for coming to mid Michigan on May 23rd and supporting the community. I have been in Midland, Sanford, and Gladwin and I have seen first-hand the enormous challenges that are ahead of us. Our whole area has received support from individuals, businesses, and nonprofits from across the state and we are grateful for all of it.

The entire Michigan delegation in Congress has also been supportive and together we wrote to President Donald Trump urging him to support an emergency declaration for mid Michigan. On May 21, he approved Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s emergency declaration request. The president’s approval of the request allows federal resources to support state and local efforts for recovery and rebuilding.

Federal Emergency Background Guide from Congressman Moolenaar

A federal emergency relief background guide from Congressman Moolenaar's office.

State of Michigan Guidelines for Clean-up

Guidelines from the State of Michigan on Flood Clean-up and Recovery

FEMA Information

FEMA's Message to Mid Michigan Residents
FAQ on FEMA's Aquisition and Buyout Program
Governor Gretchen Whitmer Requests Emergency Disaster Declaration
Congressman John Moolenaar and the Michigan Delegation Support Whitmer's Request
President Donald Trump Approves Michigan's Disaster Declaration Request

Local Resources

Information for Gladwin County Residents

Information for Midland County Residents

Information for Saginaw County Residents

United Way of Saginaw County Flood Resources

United Way of Midland County Flood Resources

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