Louisiana Hurricane Ida 4611-DR-LA

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By Murray Wennerlund published 9-7-2021 updated 1-15-2022
Tag: Declarations

Louisiana Hurricane Ida FEMA 4611-DR-LA , DR-4611 links, research and resources.

Louisiana Hurricane Ida
4611-DR-LA

Incident Period: Aug 26, 2021 and continuing.
Declaration Date: Aug 29, 2021

Quick Links

The following numbers change often, as of 9-7-2021 these are what is posted at the FEMA Louisiana Hurricane Ida DR-4611 page. 

  • Total Housing Assistance (HA) - Dollars Approved $105,947,181.91
  • Total Other Needs Assistance (ONA) - Dollars Approved $69,421,549.97
  • Total Individual & Households Program Dollars Approved $175,368,731.88
  • Individual Assistance Applications Approved 159597

From this day forward you should have your cost of housing by percentage documented, your income tax filings to provide the information to calculate your Annual Median Income (AMI) if you are below 80% AMI or do not have an income high enough to have less than 30% of your total household income paying for housing costs (prior to disaster).

If you are between 80% and 100% AMI you should be careful to draw only the funds needed to rebuild. Do not use SBA or other lenders to make temporary repairs, these type of repairs will not qualify for any reimbursements. Temporary repairs will be funded by FEMA IA IHP grants but will be used as a duplication to other benefits if not used for temporary repairs to your home. 

 

 



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