PANAMA CITY BEACH. Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Panama City Beach residents could speak with a FEMA representative one-on-one Friday.
Representatives were at the Panama City Beach City Hall to help residents register with FEMA and if they've already registered, they would help them get the assistance they need.
Officials say they helped around 25 people.
They say events like these can provide clarity to those who need assistance.
Robert Sullivan, the FEMA Division Supervisor assigned to Bay County said, "I think it's important we have the opportunity to meet with the disaster survivors and directly answer their questions; help them understand the process where need be and make sure they get the help they need."
If any Bay County resident still needs assistance they can speak to FEMA at the disaster recovery center at the Bay County Public Library.