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In the ongoing effort to support our local, county, and state partners, IEMA will provide information and specifics to coordinate current information:

  • Presidential Disaster Declaration for St. Clair County in Illinois for flooding for 2022
  • Presidential Disaster Declaration for Cook County in Illinois for severe weather in June/July 2023
  • The State of Illinois Disaster Proclamation for the Asylum Seekers in Illinois

Joint Preliminary Damage Assessments will be conducted in St. Clair County on Wednesday, August 17

Press Release – Monday, August 15, 2022

Who:       News Media


What:       Follow along during door-to-door damage assessment with local, county, state, and FEMA officials in St. Clair County 


When:       Wednesday, August 17th, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.


Where:      St. Clair County 9-1-1 ETSB

                   101 South 1 Street 

                    Belleville, Illinois 62220


Why:    To conduct damage assessments as a result of the flash flooding on July 29th, 2022 in St. Clair County (IL) 



More information about the Federal Disaster Declaration Process


Federal Preliminary Damage Assessments (PDAs)


More information

St. Clair County Public Information Officer Herb Simmons / 618-719-1034


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