Current Disaster Declarations

To be eligible for SBA disaster assistance loans, you must be located in a declared disaster area. You can view the current Presidential-level and SBA agency-level disaster declarations for your area below. You can also view the current Secretary of Agriculture disaster declarations.

If you are located in a declared disaster area, you apply online for an SBA disaster assistance loan.

States Declaration # Incident Incident Period Effective
Mississippi 13936, 13937 Severe Weather and Flooding 03/28/2014 through 03/29/2014 04/14/2014
New York 13927, 13928 East Harlem Gas Explosion 03/12/2014 04/08/2014
Washington 13924, 13925 Flooding and Mudslides 03/22/2014 and continuing 04/02/2014
Pennsylvania 13920 Severe Winter Storms 02/03/2014 through 02/28/2014 04/02/2014
Maine 13897 Major Ice and Snow Storms 12/15/2013 through 01/10/2014 02/26/2014
New York 13892, 13893 Ice Jam Flooding 01/11/2014 through 01/12/2014 02/12/2014
Indiana 13883, 13884 Indiana Severe Storms, Straight-line Winds, and Tornadoes 11/17/2013 02/05/2014
Florida 13878, 13879 Severe Storms, Heavy Rainfall, Strong Winds, and Flooding 01/09/2014 through 01/10/2014 01/30/2014
West Virginia 13877 West Virginia Chemical Spill that contaminated the water supply 01/09/2014 through 01/17/2014 01/29/2014
Connecticut 13869, 13870 Shelton Apartment Fire 01/06/2014 01/24/2014



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