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Recent Storms:

The City recently received notification from a few of residents that their properties sustained heavy water damage (flooded basements) during the July 12th storms.Β  Since the storms were so sporadic and only affected a few towns in Burlington County, the damage estimates were not high enough for a disaster declaration.Β  Due to this issue, FEMA cannot provide assistance to those affected by these storms.

We are working with our local Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and the Burlington County OEM to identify any residents who may have been affected by these storms.

If your property was damaged, please email the City at either of the email addresses below and let us know your contact information and the type/extent of damage that occurred.Β  Your input helps us plan emergency responses for future incidents and we will have a contact list if funding should become available.

Please email…

Municipal Clerk – Caitlin Midgette atΒ cmidgette@thecityofbeverly.com

Public Safety Director – Rich Wolbert atΒ rwolbert@thecityofbeverly.com

We were also advised by the Red Cross that residents can dial 211 and they will be guided to resources that may be able to help.