Burleigh County Acquisition Meeting (10-24-11)Burleigh County is currently considering one area for acquisitions through the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. Residents in the South Fork Junction area were notified of the meeting to determine voluntary participation in the program.
10-24-11 Acquisition Meeting Packet Contains various forms for the property owner to complete.
Proposed temorary and permanent flood protection projects
The Statement of Voluntary Participation form is due November 4, 2011. To obtain the fair market value (FMV) of your property, please contact Auditor Kevin Glatt or Al Vietmeier: 222-6718.
The following forms are due by November 28, 2011:
- Affidavit (must be notarized, Auditor Glatt is a notary)
- Declaration and Release
- Eligibility and Policy Statement
- Hazardous Materials Property Survey
- Privacy Act Release
Forms can be mailed or dropped off at one of the following locations:County Auditor's Office
221 N 5th St
Bismarck, ND 58501
Burleigh County Emergency Management
2301 University Dr, Bldg 21
Bismarck, ND 58504
If you have questions on the process or any of the above information, please contact:Mary Senger, Emergency Manager: 222-6727
Kevin Glatt, Auditor: 222-6718
Ray Morrell, State Hazard Mitigation Officer: 328-8107
Burleigh County Acquisition Meeting (8-19-11)Burleigh County hosted an informational meeting to present general information about property acquisition to Burleigh County residents impacted by the 2011 flooding event. The meeting was held on August 19, 2011, 7:00-9:00 pm, at the Century High School Auditorium. Local, State, and Federal Officials were available at the meeting to answer questions.
If you were unable to attend the meeting, we are providing the Agenda, PowerPoint Presentation, and handouts that were made available to attendees:
Be assured that Burleigh County has not established any final acquisition areas. We have submitted a Notice of Interest with the ND Department of Emergency Services. No final plans will be made without meeting with you, the residents.
If you are interested in participating in this program, please contact the Burleigh County Auditor's Office by calling 222-6695 during normal operating hours.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Property Acquisition Projects (Buyouts)
FEMA knows that it can be difficult for people to leave a precious home- even a home severely damaged by a disaster. Many communities and people have considered such an action, and they've rebuilt their lives and created new memories in safer places.
Since 1993, participating communities have purchased more than 20,000 properties as to prevent future damages. FEMA encourages all homeowners in affected communities to be sure they get all the information they need about buyouts so they can make the best decision for their families and their communities.
How do buyouts work?
•How Buyouts Work
•The Steps of a Buyout
•Costs The Community Will Pay
•Duplication of Benefits
(Source: FEMA website)