Residents whose homes were destroyed in the April 16 tornado could have access to city funding for repairs. The City Council’s Budget and Economic Development Committee unanimously approved a measure Monday to provide $400,000 for low and moderate-income residents who have exhausted all other avenues of financial assistance.
A month after the EF3 tornado touched down in Raleigh, the city is still cleaning up. FEMA, Baptist Men, SBA Loans, debris removal and permit waivers are just a few of the disaster recovery resources available to tornado survivors. Learning what you are eligible for, where to apply and when can get confusing, so Raleigh Public Record created this guide for Raleigh and Wake County residents.