Recently, Tornadoes and severe weather have affected our citizens and those affected are trying to get the information they need for recovery. Tornado and severe weather recovery can be a time of confusion, not knowing where to turn or who to contact. We want to help our citizens get to the right people and get the information they need. We also want our citizens to avoid scammers and other criminal elements who often come with recovery efforts. The Building Inspectors Office was so kind as to give an example of a license of what your contractor will need to operate in Lee County as well as tips and information you may need for repairs and rebuilding. Click severe-weather-information-by-building-inspector to read this information. If you have any further questions for repairs and rebuilding, contact information for the Building Inspectors Office can be found here. FEMA contact information can be found here. You can also go to disasterassistance.gov. The Lee County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) website can be found here. Be sure to visit their website for all the updated information you may need locally; not only road closures, but registration centers and other important contacts you will need during your Tornado damage recovery. Lee County is here for you!
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These are examples of what you should see before hiring a contractor.