Damage Assessment Tool
Residents of Cabell, Putnam, and Roane counties asked to report storm damages
State of Emergency declared in three counties due to storms, flooding
CHARLESTON, W.Va.— On Saturday, May 7, 2022, Governor Jim Justice declared a State of Emergency for Cabell, Putnam, and Roane counties due to flooding from storms beginning on Friday, May 6.
If you are a resident of Cabell, Putnam or Roane County and have damages due to these storms, the West Virginia Emergency Management Division requests that you document and report the damages using the damage assessment tool at emd.wv.gov.
Reporting these damages is not an application for financial assistance, but the information will be used to help determine eligibility for requesting federal assistance from agencies like FEMA or the SBA.
Citizens who are in need of immediate resources are encouraged to contact their local emergency management agency.