2023 Vermont Flooding Resources

In early July, flash floods occurred all across Vermont. Thankfully, Bennington County was left mostly untouched. However our neighboring towns to the east did not fair as well. See below for different resources for anyone affected by these floods.

Flooding in Londonderry Vermont 7/10/2023

Volunteer to Help

Community Forum

The link below is for a very active Facebook group. The group was only created for the recent flooding and relief efforts. Within a week it had over 7,000 members. There are also numerous chats for specific towns and areas.

Assistance Resources

Habitat for Humanity is focused on long-term housing solutions. We are working to make our Home Repair Program applications more readily available, and are working out how we can assist our community long term. Should you need immediate assistance, please see the links below.

Emergency Shelter

These shelters are open to those needing a place to stay, as of 7/12/2023

Barre City Auditorium, 16 Auditorium Hill, Barre, Vermont
Barton Municipal Building, 17 Village Lane, Barton, Vermont
Belmont Village Fire Station, 52 Church Street, Mount Holly, Vermont
Bridgewater Grange Hall, Route 100A, Bridgewater, Vermont
Cavendish Baptist Church, 2258 Main Street, Cavendish, Vermont
Flood Brook School, 91 Route 11, Londonderry, Vermont
Hazen Union Gymnasium, 78 Hazen Union Drive, Hardwick, Vermont
Masonic Lodge Mt Lebanon #46, 1110 Route 30, Jamaica, Vermont
Mount Holly Town Hall, 50 School Street, Mount Holly, Vermont
Newbrook Fire Department, 698 Route 30, Newfane, Vermont
Northfield Middle and High School, 37 Cross Street #2, Northfield, Vermont
Pittsfield Town Hall, 40 Village Green, Pittsfield, Vermont
Plumley Armory at Norwich University, 24 ID White Ave, Northfield, Vermont
Plymouth Community Center, 35 School Drive, Plymouth, Vermont
Vermont State University, 337 College Hill Road, Johnson, Vermont
White River Valley Middle School, 273 Pleasant Street, Bethel, Vermont
Williamstown Middle and High School, 120 Hebert Road, Williamstown, Vermont
Williston Central School, 195 Central School Drive, Williston, Vermont
Woodstock EMS Building, 454 Woodstock Road, Woodstock, Vermont
Woodstock Elementary School, 15 South Street, Woodstock, Vermont
Vermont Technical College, 124 Administrative Drive, Randolph Center, Vermont

Post-Disaster Insurance Guide

If you experienced damage from the flood, you should contact your insurance company right away to file a claim. Download the Basic Insurance Guide document by clicking the button below.

Figuring Out FEMA

Vermonters can begin applying for financial help through FEMA for flood recovery. People have 30 days to apply for assistance for housing repair, rental assistance and personal property loss. Residents and business owners can call 1-800-621-3362 or visit disasterassistance.gov to start the process. Download the Figuring Out FEMA guide by clicking the button below to assist you through the process.

Protect Against Contractor Fraud

To protect against fraud and obtain quality service at a fair price, homeowners must perform their due diligence when seeking and working with contractors. If your house was damaged by a natural disaster and you seek a reputable contractor to help with repairs and restoration, download the Protect Against Contractor Fraud guide by clicking the button below.

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