Resources for Recovery from Hurricane Ian

FAA News,

As Florida continues to recover from the impact of Hurricane Ian, FAA affiliates across the state are offering information and guidance. 

Apartment Association of Greater Orlando

Bay Area Apartment Association

First Coast Apartment Association

North Central Florida Apartment Association

South East Florida Apartment Association

Southwest Florida Apartment Association

Below are additional resources compiled by FAA staff. These resources will be updated as more information becomes available. 

FAA Suppliers Can Help

For tree removal, cleanup, landscaping, mold remediation, roofing/ tarps, remodel/renovation and more, please see FAA's Supplier Directory at Click on "Filters" and select the appropriate area of expertise.

Emergency Assistance and Information

If you are in an area affected by the hurricane and need shelter, visit…/disast…/find-an-open-shelter.html

If you are without electricity: Review this food safety guide for when to discard your perishable food.

If you are without air conditioning: This can be the most uncomfortable side effect of losing power during a storm. Try to prevent as much light from entering and warming the house by covering up your windows on the inside. If you have back-up or battery operated fans, don't run them unless you are in the room. Fans create a difference in perceived temperature but do not cool the room; instead, they create a cooling effect by dispersing the heat off your skin. It is said they can actually add heat to a room just by running.

If you do not have running water: Use water stored in bathtub or washing machine ONLY for washing and flushing.

For more information, see


Florida Red Cross:

Florida Division of Emergency Management:

United Way of Florida:

National Hurricane Center:

Price Gouging

Florida Statute 501.160 states that during a state of emergency, it is unlawful to sell, lease, offer to sell, or offer for lease essential commodities, dwelling units, or self-storage facilities for an amount that grossly exceeds the average price for that commodity during the 30 days before the declaration of the state of emergency, unless the seller can justify the price by showing increases in its prices or market trends. Examples of necessary commodities are food, ice, gas, and lumber.

Florida Price Gouging Hotline:

Late Rental Payments and Lease Termination Due to Disaster

Fl Statute 83.63 provides information on damage to unit and rental agreements:

83.63 Casualty damage.—If the premises are damaged or destroyed other than by the wrongful or negligent acts of the tenant so that the enjoyment of the premises is substantially impaired, the tenant may terminate the rental agreement and immediately vacate the premises. The tenant may vacate the part of the premises rendered unusable by the casualty, in which case the tenant’s liability for rent shall be reduced by the fair rental value of that part of the premises damaged or destroyed. If the rental agreement is terminated, the landlord shall comply with s. 83.49(3).

Insurance Resources

Insurance consumer helpline: 877-693-5236

National Apartment Association Resources

NAA Emergency and Disaster Library

How You Can Help

The Florida Disaster Fund helps provide financial support to Florida’s communities in times of disaster. To make a contribution, please visit or text DISASTER to 20222 to make a one-time donation of $10.

Hatching Hope is a multifamily focused charity that creates and distributes disaster relief kits. For more information, visit