NEWS RELEASE Lincoln County Disaster Services
For immediate release March 1, 2017
Contact: Payson Reece
Lincoln County Disaster Services Coordinator
Preliminary Damage Assessment Forms Due March 8th
Residents and businesses in Lincoln County affected by flooding
encouraged to document damages
SHOSHONE – Lincoln County Disaster Services is collecting information on the economic and structural impact to the community caused by ongoing flooding.
The Preliminary Damage Assessment process helps to identify the overall impact to the whole community. It does not guarantee any types of assistance, but it will be used to review all opportunities for assistance. Forms can be found on the Idaho Office of Emergency Management website: www.ioem.idaho.gov (fill in pertinent fields for your particular damages and include photos if possible).
Email your completed forms with photo attachments by March 8, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org mail to
Lincoln County Disaster Services
111.W. B Street, Suite C
Shoshone, Id. 83352
Lincoln County was added to a State Disaster Declaration signed by Idaho Governor C. L. “Butch” Otter February 24, 2017 in response to the unprecedented flooding throughout the county. Eight Idaho counties are now part of the state declaration: Cassia, Gooding, Jefferson, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, Twin Falls and Washington counties.
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