Escambia County will hold a community assembly Monday evening to update progress on the endeavours to tackle flooding in the Bristol Park area.
The county is implementing for FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Method to more the county’s acquisition and flood plain restoration initiative in this region. The county is looking to voluntarily purchase homes in the Bristol Park and Ashbury Hills neighborhoods from eager home owners.
“Unfortunately, the Bristol Park space expert considerable flooding againduring Hurricane Sally,” District 5 Commissioner Steven Barry explained. “This conference will present a location for home owners to question issues and attain extra facts about an selection that may be available to assistance them with their individual scenario.”
The function of the assembly is to additional gauge curiosity of homeowner willingness to take part and to deal with commonly requested inquiries and considerations about the grant software.
The conference will me held at 5 p.m. Monday at the Escambia County Extension Place of work at 3740 Stefani Road in Cantonment.
Just after the presentation, owners will have the chance to request even further inquiries in tiny groups or independently, and the county would like to make appointments for these time slots. Citizens are questioned to make contact with either Kelli Reddick ([email protected]) or Rob McCracken ([email protected]) prior to the meeting to program an appointment, talk to inquiries about the grant application and/or see a pre-application bundle.
Pictured: Residence things piled outdoors a house in the Bristol Park location that flooded for the duration of Hurricane Sally. NorthEscambia.com picture, simply click to enlarge.