Several Texas counties impacted by severe weather are receiving disaster assistance funds.
However, Coryell County does not qualify for FEMA public assistance funds for repairing roads and infrastructure. The damage to the infrastructure in the county does not amount to $268,000, according to a release from Coryell County Judge John Firth.
There could be individual assistance available for residents who have property damage if they report to FEMA by phone or online. This applies to people who had insurance cover the damage, clean up, or recovery needs.
You are encouraged to file for assistance to also help state and federal authorities get a handle on the amount of losses. It might help the state make further recovery requests from the federal government.