From The Greeley Tribune:
Weld County has so far received more than $16 million in national aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Small Business Administration since the September flood, those agencies announced last week.
Those numbers include programs for individuals or households and business and home loans, according to FEMA.
Colorado as a whole received $339.5 million in public assistance.
Weld County is the third-highest recipient of FEMA and SBA money in the state. Larimer County has received $37.2 million and Boulder County has received $21.3 million.
The count does not include assistance announced by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, which has yet to be doled out to communities and organizations. The two rounds announced for HUD funding total $199 million statewide.
Flood victims can call FEMA at 800-621-3362 to check their application status or provide updates about their insurance claim or contact information.