The City of North Battleford has been approved by the provincial government for the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP), for the flooding resulting from heavy rains July 7 and 8.
“I am happy with the quick response from the Province to assist our City.” said Mayor Ryan Bater and added, “This will help residents with getting their properties back to pre-flood conditions.”
Residents are to contact their private insurance for coverage. PDAP provides assistance for uninsurable losses of essential goods to help people to get back to pre-disaster conditions, if eligible. Residents are responsible for completing their PDAP application and submitting their claim to the province. The PDAP application instructions, guidelines, and forms will be available at www.cityofnb.ca immediately. Residents are encouraged to share the package with friends and family who do not have access to the internet. City Hall is open to the public starting July 13 with regular business hours, and the PDAP package can be picked up there if required.
Registration of Claims must be returned to PDAP by Jan. 8, 2021.
Work must be completed by July 8, 2021.
Property owners are to complete and return the Private Property Application form to PDAP, as soon as possible. Original applications are to be submitted, and original signatures are required for PDAP claim files.
Form and Information Pack
PDAP Contact Information
Mail: PO Box 227, Regina SK, S4P 2Z6
Phone: 306-787-7800 or 1-866-632-4033 (toll-free)
PDAP website www.saskatchewan.ca/pdap