Deadline for Philadelphia residents to sign up for Tropical Storm Isaias recovery

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Wednesday marks the deadline for Philadelphia residents to sign up for help in recovery from Tropic Storm Isaias.

Gallons of water flowed into neighborhoods like in Eastwick when the Darby and Cobbs creeks overflowed in early August.

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"My house is flooded": Residents in Philadelphia's Eastwick section spent Tuesday night cleaning up after severe flooding left their neighborhood underwater.



Residents need to fill out a survey detailing their damage.

RELATED: Residents in Philly's Eastwick neighborhood still dealing with flooding aftermath
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FLOODING DAMAGE: Residents in Philadelphia's Eastwick section are still dealing with the aftermath of Tropical Storm Isaias.



The Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management said on Tuesday, "Do you have damage from Tropical Storm Isaias? (Wednesday) is the deadline to get us info so we can see what government assistance there may be."



They held an information session for Eastwick residents on Tuesday evening at Penrose Elementary School.

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Fed-up residents in the Eastwick section of Southwest Philadelphia met Saturday to discuss the next steps in their battle over the neighborhood's vulnerability to flooding.



According to officials, submission of your information does not guarantee assistance but does help them determine if assistance may be available.

You may be contacted or visited based on your submission in the survey, officials said.

Online: Tropical Storm Isaias: Damage Assessment Public Survey
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