FEMA has opened a new Disaster Resource Center at Salvation Army Temple Center 2740 Arsenal Street (Near the corner of Arsenal and California) for residents directly impacted by July flooding. The SBA and the City remain on-site at Ranken Technical College, 1313 N. Newstead Avenue, to assist individuals directly impacted by severe flooding. The center is open until further notice. Individuals should apply through disasterassistance.gov or by calling 800-621-3362 before visiting the center.
Recovery centers are open in these locations Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Ranken Technical College, Mary Ann Technology Center 1313 N. Newstead Avenue St. Louis, MO 63113 (Corner of Newstead and Page Avenues) University City Recreation Division, Centennial Commons
7210 Olive Blvd.
University City, MO 63130 Urban League Empowerment Center 9420 W Florissant Ave. Ferguson, MO 63136 (closed on Saturday, September 17, reopens Monday September 19) Hazelwood Civic Center 8969 Dunn Road Hazelwood, MO 63042
No appointment is necessary to visit a Disaster Recovery Center. Walk-ins are welcome.
Before visiting a center, apply with FEMA online at DisasterAssistance.gov or call 800-621-FEMA (3362).
People directly affected by flooding in St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County may visit any recovery center.
For needs directly related to the July 25—28 flooding, FEMA may be able to provide Individual Assistance grant money that does not have to be repaid for:
- Rental Assistance if you need to relocate because of flood damage
- Personal Property that was damaged or destroyed by flooding
- Lodging Reimbursement if you had to stay in a hotel temporarily
- Basic Home Repairs for homeowners whose primary residence was damaged by flooding
- Other Serious Needs caused by recent flooding
In addition to the assistance listed, please note the following:
- Only one application per household
- FEMA does not pay for lost or spoiled food
By law, FEMA is not allowed to duplicate insurance payments or assistance provided by other sources.
Remember it’s National Preparedness Month! Visit the City website for more information about protecting everyone you love in the event of a catastrophe. For severe weather alerts straight to your phone, sign up for NotifySTL on the city’s website.