Infrastructure and Local Government Assistance
Infrastructure and Local Government Assistance is supplemental aid to local, state and select non-profit organizations for the specific purpose of response and recovery in state-mandated or presidentially-declared disasters or emergencies.
Who Can Apply:
- Counties that are included in the Federal Declaration
- Any city, town, special district, regional authority, village or borough included in the declared county
- State government agencies that assisted in the declared counties
- Private non-profit organizations that own or operate facilities that provide certain services otherwise performed by a government agency, as long as they also complete a https://www.fema.gov/appeal-categories/private-non-profit. . Information on what qualifies as a PNP can be found on FEMA's website at
All applicants must complete a. Please email completed forms to Public Assistance.
Upcoming Deadline – Request for Public Assistance (RPA) for DR-4685, declared 1/16/23 - Due February 15, 2023
DR-4685 – Georgia Presidential Disaster Declaration is now ready to receive RPAs from counties, cities, state agencies, houses of worship, and certain private non-profits from the following declared Counties: Butts, Henry, Jasper, Meriwether, Newton, Spalding, and Troup.
To apply for Public Assistance, an applicant must be a registered user of the FEMA Grants Portal and submit a Request for Public Assistance (RPA). To receive assistance, all eligible applicants will be required to submit this form through the Grants Portal: https://grantee.fema.gov/ - 30 days before a Presidential Disaster Declaration; the deadline is February 15, 2023.
If there are any questions, please contact GEMA/HS Public Assistance Department – [email protected].
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