Information Hotline: 270-393-4116

If You Have Been Impacted by Damage (Resident or Business)

Residents and business owners who have sustained losses in Warren County can begin applying for assistance by registering online at DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or TTY 1-800-462-7585 (for deaf or hard-of-hearing Kentuckians)

The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. (local time) seven days a week until further notice.

To Report Unaddressed Storm Damage:

To report unaddressed storm damage or issues, call your Magistrate directly. Use the address search to find your Magistrate–be sure to scroll down the page to find their name–then click the link over their name to find their contact information.

IMPORTANT FOR REPAIRS

Be sure to use ONLY contractors licensed by our local Contractors Licensing Board. Licensed contractors are required to be insured and the Contractors Licensing Board can help mitigate any issues that you may have with quality, standards, etc.

Following a disaster, unscrupulous or fraudulent people will seek to take advantage of the situation. All licensed contractors receive an official certificate on yellow paper with unique license and contractor numbers. To verify their information, search their database at bgky.org/contractorslicensing or call 270-781-3135. If a number can’t be verified, it could be invalid. For more information, email holly.warren@bgky.org

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Safety

Assume power lines are energized. As utility workers work to restore power and lines are replaced, you may not realize lines are active. Any line, guide wire or pole that is entangled with debris of any kind needs to be handled by a utility worker.

All City Roadways are now open.

Please continue to be aware of ongoing overhead utility work and debris contractor and Public Works trucks picking up within the path of the tornado.

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