Wheatland County wants to ensure all residents are aware that the deadline to apply for flood assistance through the Provincial Government has been extended from January 2 to January 16, 2019

During the Spring of 2018, if you experienced damages from overland flooding in your home, business or property,  residents of Wheatland County may be eligible for Disaster Recovery Program funding form the Provincial Government.  This program provides funding for uninsurable property damage, losses or other expenses residents may have incurred due to the result of a natural disaster.

You can apply for disaster recovery funding online by submitting your application to the Alberta Emergency Management website, to apply for this funding you must have specific documentation including:

  • Government-issued photo ID
  • Insurance letter
  • Utility bills 90 days prior to the event
  • If you own the property, the property tax assessment for 2017
  • If you are a tenant, the lease agreement covering the event date

For additional information, residents can call 1-888-671-1111, or visit the Alberta Emergency Management Website. 

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