The L.A. County Office of Emergency Management is asking all small business owners who have suffered physical damage or economic injury due to recent civil unrest to register online. This will allow these small business owners to be connected to future disaster aid, as it becomes available from state and federal sources.
“Disaster recovery is a multi-layered process, but all efforts always start with clearly capturing the extent of damages and losses suffered in our County,” stated Kevin McGowan, Director of the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management. “We’ve developed a short online survey tool that both gathers that information and helps us create a registry of business owners so that we can directly communicate with them as future disaster aid resources become available.”
The short online survey is available online by clicking here or visiting bit.ly/SBApdpda.