Hope DeSoto Long Term Recovery Group is organizing help!Partnering with World Renew, free and confidential Community Needs Assessments are scheduled in DeSoto County and Hardee County in August.
The State/FEMA will be transitioning the leadership of the four remaining Disaster Recovery Centers in Florida to county or local jurisdiction. Going forward, they will be called Community Recovery Centers. They are located at:▪ Lakes Library, 15290 Bass Road in Fort Myers ▪ Lake Kennedy Center,... Read More.
Hurricane Ian Debris RemovalThe deadline for personal and commercial property owners in Lee, Charlotte and DeSoto counties to apply for debris removal is March 29.Qualifying debris includes... Read More.
DeSoto County Florida Deadline: March 29If you still have hurricane debris on your property and need help removing it, you can call the... Read More.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-Fla.) today introduced legislation to provide income tax relief to Americans recovering from Hurricane Ian. The legislation designates Hurricane Ian as a qualified disaster for the purposes of determining... Read More.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Governor Ron DeSantis announced that he has directed the Department of Children and Families (DCF) to utilize $13.8 million in grant funding to support and expand mental health resources for... Read More.
THE CITY OF ARCADIA WILL BE DOING TWO MORE PICKUPS FOR HURRICANE IAN DEBRIS. THERE WILL BE NO CHARGE FOR THE PICKUPS AS LONG AS IT IS HURRICANE IAN DEBRIS. THE LAST TWO DAYS FOR NO CHARGE HURRICANE DEBRIS PICKUP ARE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18TH AND WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25TH.THE DEBRIS TO... Read More.
Deadline for applications is Jan. 12, 2023. FEMA is meeting survivors affected by Hurricane Ian where they are to help jumpstart their recoveries. Disaster Survivor Assistance specialists are going door-to-door in Florida neighborhoods to help... Read More.
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. — Hundreds of boats damaged by hurricane Ian are accumulating in a salvage yard in Charlotte County.These boats are now up for auction. People lined up Friday along Burnt Store Road to see what they might find.The boats will be displayed... Read More.
Gulf Coast Community Foundation has provided over fifty nonprofit organizations with transformational assistance post-Hurricane Ian, totaling over $2 million dollars. Over fifty grants have been awarded from our initiative thanks to generous donor’s contributions and... Read More.