President Biden approved the Arkansas disaster declaration
Little Rock, Arkansas – Early on Sunday morning, Arkansas is experiencing a big calamity, according to President Joe Biden.
On Friday, March 31, he issued a federal aid order to assist state and municipal governments in recovering from the extreme weather.
Due to Biden’s response, those impacted in Cross, Pulaski, and Lonoak now have access to federal help.
To assist people and business owners in recovering, the money provides grants for short-term accommodation, house repairs, low-interest loans, and other initiatives.
For emergency work in Lonoak, Cross, and Pulaski, Biden said the Federal cash is available to the State, qualified local government, and particular private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis.
According to Biden, the financing is available on a cost-sharing basis for hazard mitigation measures around the state.
By contacting 800-621-FEMA or using the FEMA app, people in Lonoak, Cross, and Pulaski Counties can begin applying for help.
FEMA’s Roland W. Jackson has been tasked with organizing the recovery efforts in the specified zones.