The City of Annapolis created a self-reporting damage assessment tool for residents and business owners (within the municipal limits of Annapolis) impacted by the historic flooding from October 28-30th, 2021. This voluntary survey will help ensure that all damages are reported.
A damage assessment team consisting of the City's Public Works and Planning and Zoning departments will assess infrastructure, businesses, and residences in the coming days. The Annapolis Call Center (410-260-2211) is open to answer questions.
If your business sustained physical damage from this past weekend's severe weather please fill out the Annapolis Flood Damage Survey. As the City of Annapolis engages State and Federal agencies regarding possible assistance we would like to have a sense of the economic impact of the recent flooding and severe winds. Please submit your responses by Thursday, November 4 at 5PM.
Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation
Grants of up to $50,000 are available to help businesses recover from the damage and pause in operations sustained as a result of the storm and coastal flooding that impacted Anne Arundel County on Oct. 29-30.
The Maryland Insurance Administration will open its Virtual Disaster Center November 1-3 to help anyone with insurance-related issues or questions about damage from the severe weather that impacted Maryland over the weekend. In the Virtual Disaster Center, Maryland residents can ask general insurance questions or meet one-on-one with a Maryland Insurance Administration representative in a private breakout room.