On July 11th and 12th, Vermont experienced the worst flooding the state has ever seen. Many homes, businesses and communities were affected by this historic event. According to VT Digger, preliminary information collected by the State Emergency Operations Center reports the damage of approximately 4,087 homes and 839 businesses. The road to recovery is underway, with many volunteers helping fellow Vermonters. Our state is small but mighty and we show up when neighbors are in need. If you or someone you know has been affected by flooding, we have gathered some resources below to help you.
Vermont Association of Realtors Disaster Relief Fund
In response to the devastation caused to Vermonters across our state, the Vermont Association of Realtors® has partnered with the Realtors® Relief Foundation to distribute relief funds from the Foundation to victims of these historic floods. VAR has also established a Disaster Relief Fund to provide additional financial support to Vermonters impacted by recent flooding. If you are interested in applying for funding, please complete the funding request form.
Vermont has developed a flood resources page dedicated to helping Vermonters as they recover from this disaster. This page includes how to report damage, clean up, financial aid, and much more. Visit the page here.
Filing Your Claim
Recovering from a Flood