2013 Disaster Recovery Programs
Updated: December 1, 2013
November 30, 2013 was the deadline for applying for disaster recovery assistance.
How it works
Disaster recovery programs (DRPs) provide financial assistance for uninsurable property damage, loss and other expenses. Funds are only available to the owner of the property at the time the flood damage occurred.
Albertans who experienced flood damage in flood fringes can use DRP funds to install flood mitigation measures. Those who undertake approved measures are eligible to receive DRP funds for any future flood that exceeds the 1-in-100 year flood event criteria.
Funds available through the DRP will cover the costs of returning essential property to the functional condition before the disaster happened. Learn how it applies to:
- homeowners and tenants
- not-for-profit organizations, institutions and condo associations
- landlords and small businesses (20 or less full-time employees)
- agricultural producers
The Small Business Rebuilding Program provides support to small businesses with 21 to 50 full time employees.
Offices are opening to help homeowners, renters, not-for-profit groups, small business owners and agricultural operators with your applications.
10 am - 6 pm Weekdays | 710 Centre Street SE, Main Floor, Building "A"
10 am - 6 pm Weekdays | Willowglen Business Park 803 Manning Road. N.E.
NOTE: access to the office is only available from Centre Avenue, there is no access from 8th avenue to Manning Road.
10 am - 6 pm Wednesdays | 203, 346 Third Street SE
1 pm - 6 pm, December 2 and 3 | Canmore Provincial Building, 800 Railway Avenue
1 pm - 8 pm Thursdays, November 28, December 5 | Bragg Creek Recreation Centre, 23 White Avenue