The two Small Business Administration disaster relief offices in Southern Indiana will close Tuesday.
The offices opened on the 13th to provide information on low interest loans for Hoosiers who lost property during the severe weather in early August. An office in Jennings County closed last week, and the offices in Clark and Floyd counties will close tomorrow afternoon.
But even with the offices closed, SBA spokesperson Jay MacKenna says residents can still apply for loans.
“They can call our customer service telephone number [800-659-2955] or look on our website and we can get an application to them or answer any questions that they may have,” he says.
Applications for loans to replace damaged property are due January 5th. As of last week, one loan had been awarded in southern Indiana.
The SBA offices are located at:
Clarksville Town Hall
2000 Broadway, 2nd floor conference room.
Floyd County Emergency Management
1613 Spring St., Suite 4