Greater Lawrence Disaster Relief Fund
Applicant: If you have already submitted an application to the Greater Lawrence Disaster Relief Fund, please do NOT apply again. If you apply more than once, your application will be
denied as a duplicate request and will slow down the process for the nearly 10,000 applications that are in the verification process. Thank you. We are working diligently to process all requests.
In response to the overwhelming needs facing those impacted by the September 13, 2018 over-pressurization of the low pressure gas pipeline in Andover, North Andover and
Lawrence, Governor Charlie Baker, Mayor Dan Rivera, Town Manager Andrew Flanagan, and Town Manager Andrew Maylor announced the establishment of the Greater Lawrence Disaster
Relief Fund to provide assistance with short- and long-term shelter and sustenance needs. The Fund is being supported by donations from Columbia Gas and generous members of
Resources from the Greater Lawrence Disaster Relief Fund will support household units and businesses affected by the 7,500 Columbia Gas meters on the low-pressure lines
in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover who have been without gas since Sept. 13.
If you are one of the 7,500 metered household units or businesses affected, you are invited to apply for funding by completing the form below for financial support from the Fund.
Only one application per household unit will be awarded the stipend check.
The head of the household should apply. The head of household is considered the person whose name appears on the deed, mortgage, lease/rental receipts,
or utility and other household bills. Again, only one application per household will be awarded the stipend check.
Only one application per business address will be awarded the stipend check.
The Fund will provide a $550 stipend check per household unit or business to those who are eligible.