Delaware County Offers Assistance for Residents

Affected by Recent Floods

Three Locations set up for residents to apply for federal financial relief

Delaware County Emergency Management has coordinated relief efforts with local municipalities and The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) to open Individual Assistance Centers to residents recently affected by severe flooding in our area earlier this month. Residents of Darby Borough, Radnor and Upper Darby were among the hardest hit areas during the storm and flooding on Aug. 13. Delaware County reminds residents impacted by recent flooding that the deadline for reporting damage is approaching. To assist residents who have not yet reported their damages to PEMA, Delaware County has partnered with Darby Borough, Radnor Township and Upper Darby Township to operate local individual assistance reporting centers. The centers can assist residents with reporting damages and connect residents with volunteer service agencies offering additional assistance.

Delaware County residents affected by flooding can apply in person for individual assistance at any one of the three locations:

Darby Borough Hall, 1020 Ridge Ave. Darby, PA
Friday, August 31st 5pm to 8pm
Saturday, September 1st 9am to noon

Commissioner's Meeting Room, 301 Iven Ave. Radnor, PA
Friday, August 31st 2pm to 8pm
Saturday, September 1st 9 am to 1pm

Upper Darby:
7000 Walnut St. Upper Darby, PA
Friday, August 31st 2pm to 8pm
Saturday, September 1st 9am to 1pm

Members of Delaware County Emergency Management will be on location at all three centers to assist residents in filling out forms to register for financial relief. For more information on disaster assistance resources, please visit the PEMA web page: