The Disaster Recovery Center that had been established at the Issaquah City Hall to help businesspeople and residents who were adversely affected by the floods earlier this year will close Saturday, Feb. 28.
Staff there had been providing face-to-face assistance to people suffering damages from the severe winter storm that impacted King County from Jan. 6 to 16.
However, assistance for those recovering from the flood is still available.
Loans are being offered by the US Small Business Administration.
People looking to apply for the loans need to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, on -800-621 3362.
Applications for the loans, and registration with FEMA, must be completed by March 31.
For more information about the small business administration, visit www.disasterassistance.gov.
The Disaster Recovery Center is being operated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Information is available about low-interest loans, starting at 2.687 percent, for homeowners to repair or replace their residence, or for businesses looking to repair property damage or economic injury which resulted from the floods.
For more details on recovery resources, go to the City of Issaquah’s Web site – www.ci.issaquah.wa.us