IncSmart Utah (Small Business and Startups) - FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, announced President Trump's approval of assistance from the March 5.7 magnitude Utah earthquake, which was centered near Magna Utah. The weeks following the earthquake, the state endured hundreds of aftershocks. The assistance provides for damages or losses suffered between March 18, and April 17, 2020.
Residents of Davis and Salt Lake Counties can now apply for federal disaster funding. The FEMA funding includes grants and loans. Residents and business owners can also apply for temporary housing and home repair. Some grants and loans can be used for uninsured property loses. Registere online with FEMA or call 800-621-3362.