Ellicott City Flood Recovery Assistance

Apply for Ellicott City Flood Recovery Assistance with One EC

If you are an individual/household resident or residential property owner who were affected by the Ellicott City floods on July 30th, 2016 and have needs that remain unmet, the One EC Recovery Project will assess your needs and assist in the repair of your home. The road to recovery is long and there is much work to do, but the One EC Recovery Project will do all we can to help ensure that residents have access to the resources needed to not only make their homes inhabitable, but also safer and more resistant to future disaster. To apply for Ellicott City Flood Recovery Assistance please download and mail in the One EC Recovery Project – Client Application Form now to apply for assistance. 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

Completed applications can be dropped off at:

8098 Main Street
Ellicott City, MD 21043

You can also mail your completed application to:

One EC Recovery Project
℅ St. Paul Catholic Church
3755 Saint Paul St.
Ellicott City, MD 21043

If you experience any difficulty or would like assistance with the application process, you may also contact the One EC Recovery Project at (443) 364-8303 or contact us through our website.

As a community driven and community based organization, we believe our well-being as a city is directly tied to the well-being of our community members. Whether a Main Street resident, business owner, employee, frequent visitor, or part of the greater Ellicott City area – at the end of the day we are all one people, we are one community – We are all One EC. Our purpose is not only to provide Ellicott City Flood Recovery Assistance and rebuild homes, but to also rebuild the Ellicott City community stronger, more prepared and more resilient than ever before.

In addition to assistance through the One EC Recovery Project there are many additional resources for residents and businesses that are available and can be found on the Howard County Government flood recovery website.