FEMA releases latest North Carolina assistance numbers

Chopper 10 captures overhead video of disastrous flooding in North Carolina on Oct. 24, 2016, caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Chopper 10 captures overhead video of disastrous flooding in North Carolina on Oct. 24, 2016, caused by Hurricane Matthew.

NORTH CAROLINA (WAVY) – FEMA sent out its weekly update Wednesday on Hurricane Matthew disaster assistance in North Carolina.

Camden, Chowan, Currituck and Pasquotank now eligible for FEMA aid

As of November 1, these are the number of registrations and the dollars approved for the following counties:

  • Pitt County – 2,497 Registrations – $1.429 million
  • Dare County – 736 Registrations – $799,883
  • Bertie County – 736 Registrations – $570,365
  • Beaufort County – 805 Registrations – $329,518
  • Pasquotank County – 200 Registrations – $155,374
  • Camden County – 95 Registrations – $135,025
  • Tyrrell County – 215 Registrations – $132,200
  • Gates County – 107 Registrations – $126,845
  • Currituck County – 146 Registrations – $85,897
  • Washington County – 196 Registrations – $76,802
  • Hyde County – 125 Registrations – $50,435
  • Chowan County – 84 Registrations – $39,313
  • Martin County – 132 registrations – $120,757

FEMA gives out $500,000 for Bertie, Dare and Gates counties

Find more information about disaster declarations in North Carolina here.