Vermont Flood Resource Guide

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Our hearts go out to all those affected by this week’s flooding in Vermont. Whether you are looking to stay informed, lend a hand, or are in need of resources, we hope this guide is helpful. If you have any edits or additions to this list, please email us at [email protected]

Much of this information has been compiled from Vermont Emergency Management and Vermont Public as well as local municipalities.

Link to general resources: 

Please stay safe!

Stay Informed

Road conditions (of State Highways): 

Latest weather reports: and (for Bennington & Windham Counties

VT river levels:

Sign up for alerts at: 

Boil water warnings: 

Power outages: 

School & childcare closings: 

Lend a Hand


Vermont State: 

Check your local municipality for ways to Volunteer locally, may have volunteer forms to sign up to help.

Monetary Donations:

Vermont Disaster Recovery Fund:

Red Cross: 

Other donations:

UVM is organizing a drive for water and nonperishable “Grab and go” items. You can drop donations off in front of the Davis Center on Thursday, July 13th from 10 am - 4pm. More info: 

Local food shelves are also a great place to donate to.

Helpful Resources

If you are a homeowner, be sure to contact your insurance company

Reporting flood damage: 


Federal Flood Resources (including making a claim): 

VT Senator Resource Letter: 

What to know about returning home after a Flood - Vermont Public/VT Digger Story

Emergency Shelters - Courtesy of Vermont Public

Mascoma Flood Relief Loan: 

VT Small Business Development Center Disaster Recovery Guide for Business

Small Business Association: Once a federal disaster declaration is official with SBA and SBA programs can be offered, SBA will partner with FEMA to provide assistance through disaster recovery centers or business recovery centers in Vermont. Check out for updates on financial assistance access.

VBSR (Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility) - Flood Recovery Guide:

Vermont Association of Realtors: 

Thank you and stay safe!

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