Governor Hochul has made emergency grant funds available for homeowners in Ontario County affected by the July 9 flood in Canandaigua.
The funding, aimed at aiding residents meeting specific income criteria, covers damages sustained to primary residences.
New York State Homes and Community Renewal is supervising the initiative, with local administration handled by the Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation (Sheen Housing) and the Housing Council at Pathstone (Pathstone).
Residents are advised to contact these organizations directly to set up an application review appointment.
Ontario County Board of Supervisors Chairman Todd Campbell expressed gratitude towards Governor Hochul for the emergency assistance and urged affected homeowners to utilize the funds.
The program is intended to assist in property restoration, appliance mending or substitution, and general clean-up in the aftermath of the flood. Interested homeowners can access the application online at: https://hcr.ny.gov/ahc-floodassistance-program.
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