Sequoyah County Emergency Management is encouraging those county residents who have had flood damage that has occurred in the last two weeks to begin to get their paperwork together.
Emergency Management Director Steve Rutherford said although his office is not certain when it will all need to be completed, residents should begin the process.
“I know that most cannot get back into their flooded property yet, but just a basic amount of information will help,” Rutherford said.
If you have had damage to your property, send an email to Rutherford’s office to get the information started. He said they need the following information:
· Your name
· Your address
· Address of property damaged (if different than mailing address)
· Estimated dollar amount of damages
· Contact information (Phone Number, Address where you are staying)
· Number of people affected in your family
Rutherford said the information should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The sooner you can get this completed, the better it will be,” Rutherford added, thanking residents in advance for their cooperation. “If you can’t email this information, you may bring it by my office.”
If you have any questions, you may contact Rutherford at his office at 108 E. Chickasaw or by phone at 918-776-3787.
Pam Cloud, Managing News Director
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