June 25-26, 2021 Rain Event: Information on Applying for FEMA Assistance & Filing an Appeal
Click here to file an application for FEMA assistance for the June 25-26, 2021 rain event. The registration deadline for FEMA has been extended to November 12, 2021.
If your FEMA claim has been denied, click here for step-by-step instructions on how to file an appeal with FEMA (scroll down to the “If You are Denied” section). The City is also encouraging residents who need assistance with their claim to visit either of its two Disaster Recovery Centers: Kemeny Recreation Center (2260 S. Fort Street) and The Salvation Army (3000 Conner Street).
You may also qualify for assistance provided by a group of local realtors. Please click here and scroll to the end of this news article for more details.
GLWA develops unique collaboration with newly created drainage district in Oakland County, City of Detroit to improve water quality by removing wet weather
DETROIT— The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) today announced the first tangible example of regional thinking that has occurred as a result of its recently completed Wastewater Master Plan (WWMP), a 40-year regional roadmap to proactively and adaptively manage the wastewater system and provide a path to affordability through partnerships and collaborations. GLWA, Oakland County and the city of Detroit will work together, across municipal and county boundaries, on three projects that will protect public health by reducing wet weather discharges into regional waterways.
The collaboration came together during GLWA’s WWMP planning process, as discussions were being conducted about the need for a regional focus on reducing combined sewer and sanitary sewer discharges into our waterways during wet weather events.