NC Residential Recovery Program
The North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM) has opened a public website for homeowners to apply for grants or help with home repairs needed as a result of Tropical Storm Fred damage. These grants and repair funds are funded from $44 million in state funds that are separate from federal FEMA grants and Small Business Administration (SBA) loan programs.
If you received limited help from FEMA or your insurance company, you may still be eligible for state grants and assistance.
Deadline to start an application: August 17, 2023
NC Residential Recovery Program Contact Information
Phone: (844) 935-1744
Office: 3rd Floor Haywood County Historic Courthouse (from the front entrance, the office is one floor up, on the same floor as the historic courtroom, where the Commissioners meet)
215 N Main St, Waynesville, NC 28786
Total RRP Applications for Haywood
Percent of applications for Road/Bridge/Culvert Assistance
Percent of applications for Housing Repair
Percent of all eligible projects which have been completed
As of July 13, 2023
Debris Clean-Up Progress
As of March 8, 2022
Storm Debris Removed (cubic yards)
River Debris (cubic yards)
Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
Questions about your Hazard Mitigation Grant Program application?
Contact: Cody Grasty
Deadline: March 31, 2022 (completed applications)