San Diego County officials on Wednesday issued an appeal to the public for their assistance in estimating the extent of damage from the recent storm that hit the area.
Residents whose homes or small businesses were damaged between December and the 12th. 29, 2022 and January. Seventeen people were asked to complete an online survey outlining the extent of the damage.
Data collected through the survey will help determine how much damage the county has suffered and whether that damage qualifies the area for disaster relief assistance, according to the county’s office of emergency services.
A Damage Inquiry Form can be filled out here.
County officials said completion of the survey does not guarantee a property owner’s eligibility for disaster assistance.
For more information, visit sdcountyrecovery.com or email RecoverySanDiego@sdcounty.ca.gov.
San Diego County residents who suffered losses due to the storm will also receive a tax break, and anyone affected will get a one-month extension to file their taxes. For more information, click here.