Flood Hero 3

If you are a currently enrolled San Diego Workforce Partnership program participant, you may be eligible for additional supportive services. Reach out to your career navigator to learn more.  

Resources for Individuals 

City of San Diego Storm Response and Recovery 

  • Storm Preparedness  
  • Road Closures  
  • Sandbag locations   

Red Cross San Diego Storm Response Updates 

  • Shelter locations   

The San Diego County Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk (ARCC) 

Property tax relief is available through the ARCC for property owner whose home was damaged or destroyed by the recent rainstorms and flooding (amounts must be greater than $10,000).  

Resources for Businesses 

SBA Business Flood Support Relief 

  • Request assistance from the San Diego Small Business Development Center (SBDC) network  

County of San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce  

  • Grants to District 4 Businesses  
  • Grant Form for funding ranging from $500 to $5,000  

Emergency Grants
In response to the recent severe weather conditions, the City of San Diego is offering Emergency Grant funds for storm-impacted small businesses and nonprofits. Grants of up to $5,000 will be provided to help neighborhood businesses get back on their feet. More information about eligibility and the application process can be found here.  

Resources for Nonprofits  

San Diego Flood Response Fund
The San Diego Foundation (SDF) has launched the San Diego Flood Response Fund to rapidly deploy flexible resources into the community. Donations to this fund will be matched up to $100,000 by SDF and 100% of contributions go towards nonprofits helping those impacted by the flood. Learn more and donate here.   

Philanthropy California Resources
The Philanthropy California team will continue monitoring, vetting and posting funds to our 2024 California Disaster Response resources page to elevate funds supporting non-profits active in place-based relief and recovery efforts with a special focus on supporting communities facing structural inequities.  Access the dedicated resources for San Diego and Imperial Counties here.    


San Diego County Damage Assessment Survey 

(Note: This survey is an information-gathering document only, and will be used to determine if the county should request state and federal assistance)