Hotline for those impacted by Ellicott City flood to report damage, provide information and need assistance: 410-313-2900. For emergencies, call 911.

One EC Recovery Project Application Deadline Extended Through July 2017

ELLICOTT CITY, MD –  Individual/household residents or residential property owners who were affected by the Ellicott City floods on July 30th, 2016 are advised that the deadline for application submission for recovery assistance through One EC has been… Read More

One EC Recovery Caseworkers

One EC is Looking for Recovery Caseworkers

The One EC Recovery Project is currently accepting applications for recovery case workers and case managers to help assess residential rebuilding needs in Ellicott City, MD during the recovery process in response to the July 30th, 2016 flood.

HoCo Historical Society & Artists 4 a Common Cause hold ONE EC fundraiser on January 28

Howard County Historical Society to hold a ONE EC Recovery Project fundraiser on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at 7:30PM – 11:00PM with musical guests ARTISTS 4 A COMMON CAUSE The Howard County Historical Society will be hosting Artists 4 A Common… Read More

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Ellicott City officially reopens for Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday marked the ceremonial reopening of Main Street in Ellicott City. Hundreds of people from the Ellicott City community turned out to support the Main Street businesses wo are still recovering from the devastating flood in July.

Historic Rainfall in Ellicott City MD July 2016

The Ellicott City Flood of July 30, 2016

On July 30, 2016 Ellicott City more than six inches of rain fell in less than two hours, causing a destructive flash flood that claimed two lives, damaged 90 businesses and hundreds of vehicles, displaced nearly 100 residents and left hundreds more unemployed.