ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The City of St. Petersburg teams are performing initial assessments on impacts from Hurricane Idalia.

FEMA Disaster Recovery Center Now Open In St. Petersburg

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The City of St. Petersburg teams are performing initial assessments on impacts from Hurricane Idalia.
St. Petersburg Flooding From Hurricane Idalia

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will open a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) on Saturday, Sept.16, at the City of St. Petersburg’s Enoch D. Davis Center to assist residents affected by Hurricane Idalia.

Hours and Details:

  • The Enoch D. Davis Center
  • 1111 18th Ave. S, St. Petersburg
  • Open seven days a week, 9 a.m.- 7 p.m.

DRCs serve as centralized locations where people can access various services and information related to disaster recovery, including:

Information and Guidance: DRCs provide information on available disaster assistance programs and resources.

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Application Assistance: You can receive help with applying for federal disaster assistance programs, such as FEMA grants and low-interest loans from the Small Business Administration (SBA). DRC staff can assist you in completing the necessary paperwork and explaining the application process.

Translation and Accessibility Services: The DRCs offer translation services for individuals with limited English proficiency. They also provide accommodations for people with disabilities to ensure equal access to assistance.

Status Updates: If you have already applied for assistance, you can check the status of your application at a DRC.

Access to Disaster-related Resources:  The DRCs will have informational materials, pamphlets, and brochures that can help you better understand the recovery process and available resources. DRC staff can refer you to other local, state, and federal agencies or organizations providing additional assistance, such as housing, legal services, and counseling.

Access to Computers and Phones: DRCs offer computer access and phone services, allowing you to complete online applications.

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When visiting a DRC, it’s a good idea to bring identification, proof of residence, insurance information, and any documentation related to your disaster-related losses to facilitate the application process and ensure you receive the appropriate assistance.

Advice & Information for Residents

Register for FEMA assistance online at, via the FEMA app or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362).

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