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Report Storm Damage

Posted on 02/07/20

Damage reports graphicUnion County residents are encouraged to report damage sustained from Winter Storm Kade starting on February 6, 2020, regardless of insurance coverage, by clicking here.

Types of damage that may be reported include:

  • Residential property damage
  • Commercial/Industrial damage
  • Public facility damage
  • Debris clearance

Residents reporting damage are encouraged to provide as much detail as possible, as well as pictures. Upon completion of this form, residents will see a confirmation on the webpage of their report being successfully submitted. Submitted reports are sent to Union County Emergency Management. A damage assessment team will respond and evaluate damage(s) as promptly as possible. Please be aware, based on the volume of reports, it may two to five days before a resident is contacted.

Please avoid roads impacted by flooding. If you see a flooded road, do not attempt to drive through it. If you see a road closed, do not drive around barricades.

Union County remains under a State of Emergency until further notice.

Our Emergency Management has set up a temporary hotline to answer non-emergency questions from residents regarding this weather event: 704.292.2550