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Posted on: January 17, 2024

Storm Recovery Resources

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Was your home or business impacted by the recent storms?

We have compiled a list of links and resources on our website at www.kennebunkmaine.us/stormrecovery and will continue to update this page as more information becomes available.

We encourage you to use these resources to get more information and learn about assistance programs. If your home or business sustained damage, it is critical to keep detailed records of the damage including photos and other evidence that can help with potential reimbursement funds. The Governor continues to ask Maine people and small businesses impacted by last week’s flooding to report it to the state by dialing 2-1-1 or visiting the Mills Administration’s Flood Resources and Assistance Hub at https://www.maine.gov/governor/mills/flood. Submission of damage information will help the State of Maine and the federal government understand the extent of damage caused by the storms and will help determine potential relief measures. 

Helpful Links and Resources

State Disaster Declarations

Road/Trail Closures

  • Beach Avenue is now partially open. A portion is still closed between Bruen Place and Harris Lane
  • Great Hill Road and Boothby Avenue are now open to through traffic.
  • Due to storm damage, the Bridle Path from Western Ave. to Lower Sea Rd. is CLOSED. The path is impassable, DO NOT attempt to walk or access.

As always, safety is our number one priority. Please use extreme caution in the areas impacted by the storm. In case of emergency Dial 911.



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