The Walton County Division of Emergency Management has opened their Residential and Business Storm Damage Reporting process for the Spring 2014 Flooding Event.
This process allows local residential property owners and business owners to report any damage that has occurred to their properties during the recent severe weather event and flooding. These damage reports and information will be used to assist the Division of Emergency Management as they begin their Joint Damage Assessment and begin work with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
There are different ways to submit your damage report to the County.
Residential Property Owner Reporting:
Residential property owners may begin reporting their damage either by phone or by completing the Division of Emergency Managements online form.
Report Online: Residents who wish to report their damage via online form may do so by accessing the County’s website at www.co.walton.fl.us
. Once on the website:
- Click the Citizen Alert button on the top right of the page
- Click the Spring 2014 Flooding Event Online Reporting
- Click Submit Damage Report link
- Complete and submit the online form
The form can also be accessed directly at http://www.co.walton.fl.us/FormCenter/Administration-3/Spring-2014-Flooding-Event-Residential-R-55
Report by Phone: Residential property owners that wish to report their damage via phone should contact 850-951-7006. Phone lines will be open between the hours of 8am and 5pm.
Business Property Owner Reporting:
Businesses wishing to report damage may do so online by the following method:
The State Emergency Operations Center has activated the Business Damage Assessment Survey website in response to the “Spring 2014 Flooding Event”: http://flvbeoc.org/index.php?action=bda
The completed surveys will help the State Emergency Response Team in determining the needs and level of assistance for impacted businesses.