Hurricane Recovery Updates: (February 20, 2019)
NEW: Please click
here to view a
video update from the Commanding General and AMCC on February 15,
Atlantic Marine Corps Communities (AMCC) is continuing to work diligently to rebuild our North Carolina communities and bring our community back to a sense of normalcy. Below, please find the following status update.
*PROJECT RESTORE INFORMATION OPEN HOUSE*
• Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019
• Time: 3:00pm-6:00pm
• Location: Midway Park Community Center- 4701 Deckard Drive
• Date: Friday, February 22, 2019
• Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
• Location: Marston Pavilion- 730 Seth Williams Boulevard
Join us during our next open house to visit with dedicated representatives available to answer questions and assist you with local housing and restoration resources.
In addition to AMCC, representatives from the following organizations include: Miliary Housing Office, Camp Lejeune-New River School Liaison, Distribution Management Office and Installation Leadership (February 22).
**General information and maps will be available regarding where we are working in the communities.**
HELPFUL RESOURCES FOR OUR AMCC RESIDENTS:
• Neighborhood- By Address Repair Date (NEW)
• Frequently Asked Questions
• Resident Notification Flow Chart
AMCC TRADE PARTNER
As work progresses in our community, we want to ensure our residents can easily identify who our AMCC trade partners are that are working to conduct and inspect for storm repairs. From this point forward, in addition to providing and ID, all AMCC trade partners will wear the following sticker for identification authorizing them to work in and around the homes within our community on behalf of the AMCC project. Please feel free to ask for this sticker at any point when work is occuring in your home. We appreciate your continued patience and understanding as we work to repair our communities and ensure your safety in this long-term recovery effort.
AMCC NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITIES - WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!
Atlantic Marine Corps Communities (AMCC),
along with all our North Carolina neighbors, was heavily impacted
by Hurricane Florence. On September 13th, 2018, Hurricane Florence
made landfall near Camp Lejeune and Cherry Point, NC, leaving
behind significant damage in its path. As a result, nearly 65% of
the 6,182 housing inventory sustained various levels of damage.
In response, our AMCC teams were on site September 16, 2018 following the storm to begin recovery efforts. Additionally, in preparation for the storm, AMCC contracted national disaster response professionals who began mobilizing immediately after the installation was open for access. As of today, we have over 620 additonal resources on the ground to support our day-to-day AMCC employees. Resources include numerous contractors and maintenance crews with more mobilizing daily.
AMCC and our trade partners are working
diligently to repair our homes. Before repairs are made, homes are
being fully assessed to understand the full extent of damage and
scope of work. When assessments are complete, resident's homes will
be deemed a Category 0, 1, 2A, 2B or 3.
|0||No visible damage|
|1||Minor exterior damage|
|2A||Interior damage - water intrusion, is typically minor and can be repaired while occupied|
|2B||Interior damage - water intrusion, can be major and will require relocation due to loss of key areas of your home to conduct repairs|
|3||Extensive repairs required either in your home or co-located home and requires permanent relocation|
NEED TO FILE A CLAIM WITH THE NAVY?
Filing a claim with the Navy for personal property...
Click here to learn how to file a claim with the Navy related to Hurricane Florance.
NEED TO FILE A CLAIM WITH FEMA?
Federal Emergency Management Agency: Apply for disaster assistance
Click here to learn what types of assistance are available to your family following a natural disaster.