Hurricane Matthew News & Information

  1. FEMA Extends Registration Deadline for Hurricane Matthew Survivors

    Governor Roy Cooper announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved the state of North Carolina’s request for a 14-day extension for Hurricane Matthew survivors to apply for disaster assistance. The new deadline is Jan. 23. Read on...
  2. PUBLIC NOTICE: Assistance for Residential Structures Damaged by Hurricane Matthew

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) hereby gives notice to the public, in accordance with Title 44 C.F.R. Sections 9.6 and 9.8, of its intent to provide assistance to applicants through the Individual and Households Program for residential ... Read on...
  3. Federal Funds Top $213 Million in Hurricane Matthew Recovery

    In the nine weeks since President Obama declared a major disaster for North Carolina, federal agencies have provided more than $213 million in grants, loans and insurance payments to those who had losses resulting from flooding after Hurricane Matthew. Read on...
  4. North Carolina’s Long Term Recovery Committees Aim to Fill Survivors’ Unmet Needs

    From providing volunteer carpenters to rebuild a house to replacing storm-damaged appliances, North Carolina’s Long Term Recovery Committees (LTRCs) strive to assist with the estimated $6.5 million unmet needs of those affected by Hurricane Matthew. Read on...
  5. Update Information with FEMA to Avoid Delays

    North Carolina survivors who registered with FEMA for disaster assistance after Hurricane Matthew are encouraged to stay in touch with the agency to resolve issues, get updates on your application or provide additional information. Read on...
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Phone Numbers


Pitt County Environmental Health: 252-902-3206
Pitt County Inspections and Permitting: 252-902-3150
Pitt County Health Department: 252-902-2300
Pitt County Department of Social Services: 252-902-1110
Pitt County Animal Services: 252-902-1726