2023 Flood Recovery Resources

Jim Kurrle from Bourne's Energy with representatives from God's Pit Crew unloading donations for flood reliefBourne's Energy unloading 2023 flood relief supplies for Vermonters.

Vermont Flood 2023: Resources

Vermont 211: Report damages, find resources, and volunteer here.

Vermont State Disaster Resources: Visit the Vermont state website here.

Vermont Emergency Alerts: Subscribe to receive emergency alerts here.

Find insurance guidance here.

Access an extensive list of relief and recovery resources along with places to donate and volunteer via the Vermont Natural Resource Council.

The Agency of Commerce and Community Development has a regularly updated resource center on its website here.

Vermont Department of Emergency Management includes resources and a link to apply for individual FEMA aid here.

Federal Emergency Management Agency Recovery Process Flyer

 

General Safety Considerations

If you find a propane tank on your property that is not yours, or if your propane tank has become dislodged or is missing, contact us to assist you.

If your propane appliances have been exposed to water, they can create a fire hazard. Please seek assistance before attempting to use them. 

Do not under any circumstances try to modify or repair valves, regulators, or other parts on your own.

Never store a propane cylinder indoors or in an enclosed area such as a basement, garage, or shed.

Do not use or operate any appliances or equipment, or turn on the gas supply until everything has been inspected by a qualified technician.

If at any time, you smell gas inside or outside your home, leave the area and call for assistance right away.

Flood water can make the air quality in your home unsafe. Please refer to the Environmental Protection Agency’s resource page on indoor air quality after a flood here.

Please read about electrical hazards to watch out for after a flood from the Center For Disease Control & Protection

 

Bourne’s Energy is here to help you through this challenging time. Safety is our number one focus. We ask for your patience and understanding as we are doing everything we can to support you as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please complete our contact page or call 800-326-8763 to request assistance.

 

Propane tanks floating near a home with Peter Bourne in a kayak to secure themBourne's Energy office with our Stay Strong Vermont sign out front