The application process for assistance through One EC began January 30, 2017 wand completed with the final application deadline on August 31, 2017. We are no longer accepting applications.
The One EC Recovery Project is a community based and community driven 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the long term recovery of Ellicott City, Maryland, with special focus on the Main Street Ellicott City community following the devastating damage caused by extensive flooding on July 30, 2016.
The One EC Recovery Project works to assist in the residential rebuilding and rehabilitation throughout the Historic Ellicott City community where there is still significant need for recovery. We work with residents and residential property owners in their long term recovery by assisting in the rebuilding of their homes with building supplies, goods, services, in-kind donations and labor.
Individual/household residents and/or residential property owners in the Ellicott City zip codes and/or the Tiber – Hudson watershed impacted by the flood of July 30, 2016 may apply.
Yes, you may apply as an individual/household resident or residential property owner as applicable to your loss.
The One EC Recovery Project will only be assisting residential property owners.
The One EC Recovery Project is focused only on residential recovery and will not be assisting businesses.
Yes. The Priority deadline for applications is Friday, March 3, 2017. The Second phase deadline for applications is Friday, May 26, 2017. The Final deadline for applications has been extended to July 28th, 2017.
No. The One EC Recovery Project will not give cash nor grants to our Clients. Our assistance is limited to repairs, referrals, replacement, and other service based help.
The One EC Recovery Project is receiving cash donations and other financial help which is used to fund repair efforts, material replacements, referrals, and other service based assistance. The One EC Recovery Project also collects in-kind donations and solicits volunteer help for specific projects.
Yes. The One EC Recovery Project is a nonprofit whose assistance is focused to within the geographic area of Ellicott City. Our goal is to rebuild a prepared and resilient Ellicott City community by servicing in the Ellicott City zip codes and/or the Tiber – Hudson watershed impacted by the flood of July 30, 2016 with special focus on the Main Street Ellicott City community, in order to assist residents and property owners in their own recovery.
Yes, you may apply for assistance through the One EC Recovery Project even if you have received ECStrong grants or other forms of assistance. Please include the assistance from ECP and any other financial or in-kind (services and materials) assistance you have received in your application. This information will be used to help ensure that you have applied for all resources available. The receipt of other resources does not exclude you from receiving assistance from the One EC Recovery Project.
Assistance provided to Clients through the One EC Recovery Project will be administered and coordinated by one of our Disaster Case Managers. A Disaster Case Manager will work with each Client to create a recovery plan specific to each individual in order to best assist in their long term recovery efforts.
If you are a resident or property owner still in need of assistance you can and download the One EC Recovery Project – Client Application Form. Applications are also available at Millworks located at 8098 Main Street, Ellicott City, MD. Those who pick up an application at Millworks are strongly encouraged to leave their names and contact information with the reception desk so that the One EC Recovery Project can more easily follow up and ensure that we receive your application.
Completed applications can be dropped off at Millworks, 8098 Main Street, Ellicott City, MD or mailed to One EC Recovery Project, c/o St. Paul Catholic Church, 3755 Saint Paul St., Ellicott City, MD 21043.
Questions regarding application eligibility or the application process should be emailed to One EC.
Applicants requiring in-person assistance with completing the application should contact the One EC Recovery Project at (443) 364-8303 or emailed to One EC to make an appointment.