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Government Funding for Flood Losses Awaiting Approval from Governor, then President

Mundelein has taken the first step in seeking Federal and State financial assistance for residents impacted by the flood. Mayor Lentz signed a disaster declaration for Mundelein on July 12, positioning Mundelein for possible Federal and State reimbursement.

All communities impacted by flooding are waiting for Governor Bruce Rauner and then President Donald Trump to declare Lake County a disaster area and approve local eligibility for Federal and State reimbursement programs. Flood impacted residents should document all flood related losses and expenses. In conjunction with Lake County, Mundelein officials will continue to advocate for direct support from the Illinois and Federal Emergency Management Agencies.

In the event financial assistance is made available, accurate flood loss documentation will expedite the reimbursement application process. No financial assistance is currently available. The Village will communicate any updates as information becomes available.

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