FLOOD ASSISTANCE INFORMATION CENTER
Congressman Dave Loebsack speaks with Oakville Mayor Benita Grooms as they survey flood damage and discuss the city’s commitment to recovery.
As our state works to clean-up and recover from the most significant natural disaster in memory, I want you to know that my office door is always open if you need assistance. During these difficult times, it is my responsibility to cut through red tape and to provide communities, individuals, small businesses, farmers, and non-profit organizations affected by the floods with helpful information on how to apply for disaster aid.
If you are in need of assistance I encourage you to visit either my Cedar Rapids or Iowa City offices.
By providing the best representation and constituent service possible, I am hoping to help residents like yourself begin to get back on your feet. Whether you are a home owner, renter, or small business owner who suffered losses due to the floods, please review the information below on how to apply for federal and state disaster assistance. If you, a loved one, or a friend need additional information or assistance please contact my office today toll-free at 866-914-IOWA.