Flood Disaster Recovery Assistance

State Expands Vehicle Incentive Program for People Impacted by Flooding

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Governor Phil Scott and the Vermont Agency of Transportation (AOT) announced changes to statewide vehicle incentive programs for residents whose personal vehicles have been damaged by flooding, in an effort to provide increased financial support to households affected by this summer’s flood events and to expedite the transition to plug-in electric vehicles (EVs).

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FEMA Disaster Recovery Resources

All FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) are now closed in Vermont.  For more information on FEMA and Disaster Recovery resources, go to Vermont's disaster page on FEMA's website here: https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4720

Debris and Trash Clean-Up

Update: August 21st, 2023

Debris Removal Completed

Disaster debris removal is now complete in Montpelier. From July 19th through August 18th, a combined total of over 1,700 tons of debris was collected and removed by contractors and the City. Approximately over 900 tons were commercial-related debris and over 700 tons were residential debris. 

Contracted debris removal services through Ceres and Tetra Tech through the State of Vermont ended on Friday, August 11th. The remaining debris was removed by the Montpelier Department of Public Works. DPW crews completed the last rounds of debris removal on Friday, August 18th.

If you still have disaster debris remaining that may have been missed, please reach out to the Deputy Director for the Department of Public Works Zach Blodgett at zblodgett@montpelier-vt.org, or call 802-223-9508. Moving forward, the City is now asking residents and businesses to make arrangements for any remaining debris as the recovery continues.