Six months after flooding ravaged the Front Range, Boulder County and its residents have received more than $102 million in federal disaster aid in the form of grants, reimbursements and low-interest loans, the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Monday.

The amount of federal aid to Boulder County is more than twice the $46 million Larimer County has received. Weld County has received $24 million in federal aid.

FEMA provided $34.5 million in the form of individual assistance.

Federal aid

$102 million total: Federal aid for Boulder County

$35 million: Individual assistance to homeowners and renters

$9 million: Public assistance to Boulder County government and agencies

$59 million: Small business loans from U.S. Small Business Administration

Source: Federal Emergency Management Agency

"That's money that has gone to individual homeowners and renters to help make their primary residence safe, sanitary and functional," FEMA spokesman John Mills said Monday.

Of that $35 million, $23 million went to 6,879 homeowners in Boulder County and $9.2 million went to rental assistance for 4,149 households. FEMA also gave out $2.2 million to 1,500 households for essential needs such as vehicle repairs.

FEMA paid for 510 households to stay temporarily in hotels, and 13 households remain in temporary FEMA-provided mobile housing units.

FEMA gave the state more than $9 million in public assistance to reimburse the Boulder County government and local organizations to cover the costs of emergency protective measures, debris cleanup, personnel overtime and infrastructure repair.

The U.S. Small Business Administration also has approved more than $59 million in low-interest loans to 1,225 households and 182 businesses in Boulder County.

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