Hurricane Ida disaster assistance
At the Birchview Gardens Apartments, Mayor Brian C. Wahler talks to Governor Phil Murphy
alongside Middlesex County Commission Director Ron Rios,
Commissioner Chanelle Scott McCullum and
Township Councilmembers about the hardships facing Piscataway residents.
The New Jersey Department of
Community Affairs (NJDCA)
is rolling out in 2023 various programs
to help those affected by Hurricane Ida.
Are you a homeowner in need of funds to repair, rebuild or elevate your home as a result of Hurricane Ida? You may qualify for some of the $68.9 million of funds in the NJDCA's Homeowner Assistance Recovery Program (HARP).
Great help from NJDCA for renters impacted by Hurricane Ida! If you or someone you know is still displaced as a result of Ida, rental assistance is now available through the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program:
To get a paper application for the TBRA program, please contact the NJDCA at DRM.TBRA@dca.nj.gov or (609) 913-4252.
New Jersey Office of Disaster Recovery Executive Director Dan Kelly (right) talks with Piscataway OEM Director Paul Snyder (center) and OEM Deputy Director Steve Sladky (left) at the Birchview Gardens Apartments.