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  • Gov. Scott - News & Press Releases - For ongoing timely updates on Vermont’s response to the devastation and flooding

  • Document damage - take photos and video

  • Itemize losses - property, equipment, inventory (water damage/spoilage), etc.

  • Work with your insurance agent to identify coverage potential


  • Vermont 211 - to connect with community resource specialists to help with disaster relief and recovery, report flood damage, obtain information on flood shelters, and register with FEMA and the SBA for recovery help (Note:  If you call 211 and are not connected, use the alternate phone number 802-652-4636)

  • Vermont Emergency Management  and ACCD - Disaster Planning and Response – for resources on disaster preparedness and recovery

  • Agency of Agriculture Food & Markets - 2023 Flooding Disaster Response and Recovery Resources for farmers and farm communities

  • State of Vermont Business Emergency Gap Assistance Program provides grants to businesses, agriculture producers and non-profits that sustained physical damages from the July flooding events.

  • Farm Service Agency (FSA)  to report agricultural crop losses.  Select your county on the map to obtain contact information to your local FSA office.   It is important that all losses be reported to FSA to support the State’s request for an emergency declaration which could result in federal disaster relief funding.

  • New England 511 for road closure information

  • VtSBDC Flood 2023 Guidance for Businesses – for guidance in documenting damage from flooding and recovery efforts

  • VtSBSC's Disaster Recovery Guide for Business  - download this guide for detailed steps to help move into recovery, post flood-disaster

  • SBA Disaster Loans - for information on SBA’s disaster loan programs, including links to application materials and directions to the SBA’s in-person Business Recovery Centers.