Government of New Brunswick
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After a flood, it is important to restore your home to good order as soon as possible to protect your health and prevent further damage to property and belongings. Immediate action is important.

Residents can report damages related to the current spring freshet by calling 1-888-298-8555 or online at www.snb.ca/emo. SNB TeleServices will be available to receive calls between 8 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

To apply in person, visit the satellite office nearest you. 
   

Disaster financial assistance help

Residents impacted by flooding should register any property damage as part of the Disaster Financial Assistance program.

Temporary offices will be set up in a number of New Brunswick communities. Claims officers will be on hand to assist with the application process and answer questions about the recovery process.

Residents can call the numbers provided for each location to make an appointment.

The office hours for this one-day opening will be from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  • June 15 – Cambridge-Narrows – Town Hall, 506-658-5390

Disaster Financial Assistance community offices have also been opened in:

  • Saint John – 15 King’s Square North (506-658-5390);
  • Maugerville – Maugerville Community Centre, 439 Route 105 (506-444-2012);
  • Rothesay – Town Hall, 70 Hampton Road (506-848-6600);
  • Hampton – 410 William Bell Dr., Unit 1 (506-832-6030);
  • Fredericton – Service New Brunswick building, 432 Queen St. (506-453-6514); and
  • Burton – Burton Courthouse, 23 Rte. 102 (506-357-4622).

Additional community offices are also being added in Jemseg and Douglas Harbour. Addresses for these offices will be announced soon.