Over $34,000 was raised by the non-profit, non-governmental organization to assist residents with home related damages caused by the August flooding.  A checking account had been established at Alliance Bank to allow for the collection of donated funds.  The deadline for additional donations will be March 31, 2017.

The flood relief steering committee made up of volunteers from the  non-profit, non-governmental organization are hoping to make final allocations of the funds by no later than the first week in April of 2017.  Applications are being considered on a needs basis. 

If you incurred home related damages and need financial assistance and have not yet applied, please contact the Buffalo County Administration Office at 608-685-6234 to obtain an application.  Buffalo County is not the controlling authority for this donation program. 

The flood relief steering committee wishes to express their appreciation to the community for coming together to assist those in need during this flood recovery.

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08/11/ 2016 Buffalo County Flooding

SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Residents of Wisconsin Affected by Severe Storms and Flash Flooding

The Small Business Administration will be offering loan assistance to those affected by the recent flooding.  There will be SBA customer service representatives available to answer questions about the disaster loan program and help individuals complete their applications.  The Disaster Loan Outreach Center will be located at the Buffalo County Courthouse in Alma, WI.  For more information please see the press release:  
                        SBA Press Release
August 11, 2016 Flood Related Items

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