Sunday, February 5, 2023

Virginia Beach Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts continue with meeting for homeowners Saturday

Team Rubicon
A flood-damaged Virginia Beach home Team Rubicon muck and gutted in the Windsor Woods neighborhood in October. (Justin Belichis/Southside Daily)

VIRGINIA BEACH — Hurricane Matthew flooded Virginia Beach streets and neighborhoods almost six months ago, but the community is still helping homeowners whose property suffered storm water damage.

The Hurricane Matthew Tidewater Long Term Recovery Group will host an event Saturday for homeowners to meet with disaster case managers about flood damage. The meeting will be held at Princess Anne Plaza United Methodist Church on South Trail Plaza from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and again from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Attendees are asked to bring a photo ID, FEMA paperwork and all storm-related documents they have. The disaster case managers can answer questions and help begin paperwork for homeowners with unmet needs, according to a city manager update.

Homeowners do not need to attend more than one session, according to the update.

For more, contact the Tidewater long-term recovery organization at 757-932-0295 or email them at

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