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FEMA INDIVIDUAL ASSISTANCE (1A)
FOR FEBRUARY WINTER WEATHER INCIDENT

FEMA is currently assessing additional counties for inclusion into the declaration using the TDEM Self-Reporting Tool that Hamilton County citizens should use to submit information on damages.

Hamilton County citizens are encouraged to submit information on ANY damages related to the recent WINTER WEATHER EVENT. 

Based on the information submitted by the citizens of Hamilton County, FEMA will determine if Hamilton County is eligible for the FEMA Individual Assistance (1A)

Businesses and Individuals are encouraged to submit information!

First Step
Go to:

https://tdem.texas.gov/warming-center/

Second Step

Click on the blue box that says:
Click Here For Texas Individual Assistance Reporting Tool
(TIART) 

Third Step

Complete the form and submit.

 

 

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Hamilton County was founded in 1856 and the County seat is Hamilton.  It is located in the Edwards Plateau in Central Texas and bounded on the north by Comanche, Erath, and Bosque counties, on the west by Mills County, and on the south by Lampasas and Coryell counties. The county was named for James Hamilton, a South Carolina governor who invested some $216,000 in gold to finance the Texas struggle for independence from Mexico.

Hamilton County covers approximately 844 square miles and has a population of around 8,500.  The two largest towns are Hamilton and Hico.