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Leominster Flood Disaster Resources

The unprecedented flooding that Leominster and the surrounding area experienced on September 11, 2023 has caused damage that the community is still trying to recover from.

Here are some resources to help with recovery. Be Safe!


Resource Contact/Referral info What they can help with
Home Cleanup Hotline  Call – 978-219-6107 The Crisis Clean Up Hotline is open to help individuals affected by flooding. Residents can call to be connected with volunteers who can assist with fallen trees; drywall, flooring and appliance removal; tarping roofs; and mold mitigation. All services are free and the hotline will remain open through Friday, Sept. 29.
Storm Debris Collection,

City of Leominster

At Doyle Field 9AM – 1PM

Saturday September 16th

Sunday September 17th

Will accept the following:

Damaged flooring, Ceiling tiles, sheetrock/drywall

Boxes of paper (photos, magazines etc)

Storm debris only, no bulk items

United Way of North Central MA Leominster Flood Relief Fund United Way of North Central MA (uwncm.org)


Charitable Organizations Providing Recovery Resources for 2023 Flood Events | Mass.gov

Financial assistance to those effected by the flooding. (Doesn’t specify exactly what is available, only that they can be contacted and will determine need after assessment.)
Massachusetts Farm Resiliency Fund

(United Way of Central Massachusetts)



Charitable Organizations Providing Recovery Resources for 2023 Flood Events | Mass.gov

The Fund Will Support:

Farmers and their families affected by natural disasters.

Children and Families, Seniors, Veterans – who use Food Banks and local food pantries to combat hunger and work toward food security;

Community Legal Aid (Worcester Office) 508 752 3718 or 800 649 3718 Per Leominster Board of Health – “Tenants should be contacting Legal Aid for Questions regarding what their landlord is exactly responsible for”
Leominster DPW Transfer Station M-W 9am-1pm, Th-F 9am-4pm, Sat 8am- 11:30am Residents can bring stoves, washers, dryers, dishwashers, and water heaters for free.

Refrigerators, freezers, A/C units, & dehumidifiers cost $40

MSPCA Community Outreach Team 617 213 0961 Support for those with pets
Updated on September 15, 2023

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