Rebuild Florida and City of Miami to assist homeowners

Published on 09 November 2018

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(Miami, FL November 9, 2018) - The City of Miami’s Little Havana NET office will welcome representatives from Rebuild Florida, a program created to help Florida recover from the devastating impacts of Hurricane Irma. City homeowners seeking financial assistance to repair homes damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Irma will receive assistance from Tuesday, November 13 through Friday, November 16.

Rebuild Florida representatives will verify the information provided by homeowners in the registration process, and invite eligible homeowners to apply for the Housing Repair Program. This program assists families across the hardest-hit communities of the state, with a priority of aiding those residents who are most vulnerable, including the elderly, those with disabilities, and families with children aged five and younger, based on Florida’s Action Plan for Disaster Recovery which prioritizes low-income individuals and families in the most-impacted counties
Ultimately, homeowners who continue the process will enter into an agreement with the state setting forth the terms and conditions of the program and a contract for construction services.


About Rebuild Florida 
Rebuild Florida is a partnership of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity DEO and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Persons interested in registering can also do so via the www.RebuildFlorida.gov or can call 844-833-1010. For common questions and answers on the program, visit the website.

WHO: City of Miami Little Havana NET Office and
Rebuild Florida Housing Repair Program Representatives 

WHAT: Registration for homeowner assistance program to rehabilitate eligible homes damaged by Hurricane Irma 

WHEN: Tuesday, November 13 through Friday, November 16
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

WHERE: Little Havana NET office
1300 SW 12 Av
Miami, FL 33129