Fund aims to help Ontario County recover from flooding
CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. — Funding is on the way to help people affected by the flooding in Ontario County that damaged homes and filled streets with debris a week ago.
The Canandaigua Area Flooding Assistance Recovery Fund will officially start Monday. The money will go to the United Way of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes along with the Salvation Army.
People impacted by flooding can visit the United Way office. The flood information center will also open in Canandaigua at the Chamber of Commerce Office on South Main Street.
Anyone who has been impacted is invited to visit. It will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday through Friday.
- Senators urge President Biden to approve disaster declaration after flash floods (July 16)
- Volunteers team up with local organizations to help Ontario County flood victims (July 15)
- Ontario County: Flooding repairs will cost millions (July 14)
- A big cleanup job in Canandaigua after weekend flooding (July 11)
- 9 people rescued from Happiness House apartments in Canandaigua (July 10)
- Canandaigua’s West Gibson Street among areas hit hardest by storm (July 10)
- Flooding impacts nearly 100 homes in Ontario County; Governor declares State of Emergency (July 9)
- Photos that viewers shared of the flooding in Ontario County (July 9)