Here you will find information about active Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) disasters that have impacted the Town of Pomfret. The most recent disaster is DR-4330 declared by the President of the United States on August 16th, 2017 for storm damage experienced from June 29th to July 1st, 2017 in seven counties in Vermont, including Windsor County.
As of August 25th, 2017, the Town of Pomfret became an official applicant for reimbursement for damage resulting from DR-4330. Pomfret will follow FEMA's new delivery process model, the steps of which are outlined below. The Selectboard will be managing repair and reimbursements according to this process. Please see this Fact Sheet on the FEMA Delivery Process. The repairs we make in Pomfret must adhere to state and federal standards as outlined in the DR-4330 "Green Sheet." For those interested in the forms that will need to be completed, we will be required to complete project worksheets, according to FEMA's project worksheet development guide. We will be completing the entire process using FEMA's Public Assistance checklist.