Flood Recovery Information

SPECIAL ATTENTION FOR THOSE STEUBEN COUNTY RESIDENTS
AFFECTED BY THE FLASH FLOODING EVENT ON AUGUST 18, 2021


WE HAVE HELP

If you need help cleaning up, with repairs, finding shelter, or want to volunteer:

Please dial 2-1-1

Staff and volunteers will be out in the neighborhoods during the week of August 23rd.  Staff and volunteers are going door to door to help gather information from people that need help.

All impacted by this event are asked to call 2-1-1 and provide their information.

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WE HAVE RESOURCES
CALL 2-1-1 if you have not done so to let officials know you have been impacted by the event.  Once registered with 2-1-1 your information will be shared with the Red Cross and Catholic Charities whose case workers will reach back out to you. 

SUPPLY PICK-UP FOR FLOOD VICTIMS

Impacted residents can receive items such as: clean-up kits, flood buckets, gloves, masks, water, hygiene kits, shelf stable foods, some clothing, and other household items.  Supplies are available to citizens of affected communities within Steuben County and can be picked up at the Woodhull Town Hall located at 1585 Academy St. Woodhull NY 14898

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FREQUENTLY USED NUMBERS

2-1-1 Information/Referrals 2-1-1
Catholic Charities 607-324-3457
American Red Cross 607-739-1166
New York State Electric & Gas 800-572-1121 (gas)
  800-572-1131 (electric)
Corning Natural Gas 607-936-3755
Town of Woodhull Clerks Office 607-458-5178
Town of Woodhull Code Enforcement 607-382-0573
Town of Jasper Clerks Office 607-792-3509
Town of Jasper Code Enforcement 607-382-0573
Town of Addison Clerks Office 607-359-3170
Town of Addison Code Enforcement 607-590-8432
Village of Addison Clerks Office 607-359-2100
Village of Addison Code Enforcement 607-368-6166

 

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Flood Debris Separations:

  1. Refuse – lumber, furniture, garbage, wall board, etc.
  2. Electronics – TV’s, radios, computers, etc.
  3. White goods/scrap metal – stoves, washers, dryers, appliances, etc.
  4. Freon Containing – refrigerators, AC units, etc.
  5. Tires
  6. Clean wood/tree debris

 

The Regional Economic Development & Energy Corporation (“REDEC”) has been provided $500,000 to administer an Emergency Relief Loan Program for small businesses in Steuben County that have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic and natural disasters.  See the additional guidelines, checklist and Loan Application linked below.

REDEC Guidelines

REDEC Checklist

REDEC Loan Application

 
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