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Business owners encouraged to submit reports of damage by civil unrest

King County Emergency Management is collecting information from businesses in King County affected by looting, property damage and violence that accompanied some of the protests in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police. Businesses in King County that suffered property damage or other losses since May 25, 2020 may be eligible for financial assistance.

Eligibility is determined through a damage assessment process, now underway, that takes into account the total reported losses within King County. Businesses that suffered physical damages and/or economic injury may be eligible. 

Individuals and businesses in King County are encouraged to submit reports of losses to King County Emergency Management below. Submit photos of damage by email.  

The deadline for submitting information is 5 p.m. July 17.

If you lease your location, do not fill in estimated STRUCTURE loss.

After filling out this form, click the "Submit" button. You may want to print this form before submitting so you have a copy for your records.

Leaving this web page will clear out your information. You will not be able to retrieve or edit your information if you leave this page or after you submit.

If you have questions or difficulty filling in this form, please contact King County Emergency Management at 1-800-523-5044 or 206-296-3830 during regular business hours.





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