Widespread Property Damage Results from Civil Protests

Widespread Property Damage Results from Civil Protests

Widespread Property Damage Results from Civil Protests

Property Damage Results from Civil Protests

Updated 6/18/20: As details continue to be made available regarding instances of property damage resulting from civic protests across the country, a listing of identified commercial structures sustaining associated damage has been compiled.

NOTE: This list will be updated regularly.

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Updated 6/8/20: As details continue to be made available regarding instances of property damage resulting from civic protests across the country, a listing of identified commercial structures sustaining associated damage has been compiled.

NOTE: This list will be updated regularly.

To view the complete list, please click here.

To view by individual city, please click on the desire location listed below:

Media Sources:

 

Updated 6/4/20: As details continue to be made available regarding instances of property damage resulting from civic protests across the country, a listing of identified commercial structures sustaining associated damage has been compiled.

NOTE: This list will be updated regularly.

To view the list, please click here.

Media Sources:

Austin (TX)
Dallas (TX)
Minneapolis/St. Paul (MN)
Nashville (TN)

Disaster Alert
June 1, 2020

Civil protests currently taking place across multiple U.S. cities have led to widespread instances of major property damage since beginning on May 26.

Approximate
 locations sustaining structural damage (according to media outlets):
*Damage appears to be localized in downtown areas.

  • Atlanta (GA)
  • Austin (TX)
  • Chicago (IL)
  • Cincinnati (OH)
  • Cleveland (OH)
  • Columbus (OH)
  • Dallas (TX)
  • Fargo (ND)
  • Indianapolis (IN)
  • Kansas City (MO)
  • Las Vegas (NV)
  • Los Angeles (CA)
  • Louisville (KY)
  • Miami (FL)
  • Minneapolis (MN)
  • Nashville (TN)
  • New York (NY)
  • Oakland (CA)
  • Omaha (NE)
  • Orlando (FL)
  • Philadelphia (PA)
  • Phoenix (AZ)
  • Pittsburgh (PA)
  • Raleigh (NC)
  • Richmond (VA)
  • Scottsdale (AZ)
  • St. Louis (MO)
  • St. Paul (MN)
  • Salt Lake City (UT)
  • Seattle (WA)
  • Tampa (FL)
  • Tucson (AZ)
  • Washington (DC)

 

NOTE: The locations listed above do not represent all areas sustaining structural damage.

Resulting governor emergency declarations:

Arizona
Emergency Declaration, Curfew Beginning Tonight

Arkansas
EO 20-29

California
Governor Authorizes Assistance After Request from Los Angeles & Proclaims State of Emergency

Georgia
Executive Order 5.30.20

Illinois
Pritzker signs disaster proclamation, activates Illinois National Guard

Minnesota
Emergency Executive Order 20-064

Missouri
Executive Order 20-11

North Dakota
Executive Order 2020-34

Pennsylvania
Gov. Wolf Amends Emergency Declaration to Add Erie, Delaware and Montgomery Counties for Assistance During Protests

Texas
Governor Abbott Declares State of Disaster Following Violent Protests

Utah
Governor Herbert Issues Executive Order Declaring a State of Emergency Due to Civil Unrest, Temporarily Closing State Capitol Campus to the Public

Virginia
Governor Northam Declares State of Emergency and Authorizes Assistance to Localities

NOTEThe above proclamations are independent of any FEMA Declared Disaster.