Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce 
 Monday, October 10, 2016
  
Dear Valued Chamber Members:
We hope that you made it through hurricane Matthew safely.  In-case you have sustained any kind of damage whether it be commercial or residential, we have included vital information below to help you recover.  The Chamber staff are back in the office ready to help in any way that we can.  We hope this information finds you safe and is helpful for your speedy recovery. 
-Your Chamber Staff
  
Important Reporting Information and Funding Sources

Commercial and Residents
All local damage assessments should be reported to Volusia County Citizens Information hotline at 1-866-345-0345.  They will only need general information at this number so that the property appraisers office can be informed and information can be submitted to activate funding and resources.  Please indicate during your call if this is damage to a business and/or residence, so they can properly track your call.
Click Here for the website that the State EOC pushes people to for answers to anything Matthew-related.
 
  
Commercial
Additional reporting is necessary to activate services.  We understand that this may feel duplicative but it's very important.
Click Here for the site that assists the State with determining if relief services for businesses should be activated.

EOC Contacts for businesses:
Larry Jerome McIntyre
Emergency Coordinating Officer, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity/ESF 18
850-921-3323
Larry.McIntyre@deo.myflorida.com
FOR BUSINESS OUTREACH ISSUES, CONTACT:
Christopher Eliadis
Private Sector Liaison, Florida Division of Emergency Management
850-727-3370
chris.eliadis@em.myflorida.com
 
FEMA Hotline- 1-800-621-FEMA
 
Short-term loan information:
Owners of small businesses with two to 100 employees located in 67 counties affected by Hurricane Matthew can apply for short-term loans for up to $25,000. Loans are granted in terms of 90 or 180 days and are interest-free for that time period. To be eligible, a business must have been established prior to October 3, 2016, and demonstrate economic or physical damage as a result of Hurricane Matthew.
 
To complete an application by the Nov. 11 deadline, or for more information on the program Click Here . For questions regarding the Emergency Bridge Loan Program, contact the Florida Small Business Development Center Network state office at 850-898-3489.

For general and up-to-date information from our Emergency Operations Center
 
For public protection and emergency management :Click Here
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