Monterey County residents can now access an online tool to report flood and storm damage in a survey designed to help county leaders measure the impact of recent storms and seek potential funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The local personal damage assessment survey was created by the Monterey County Department of Emergency Management and is available in Spanish and English, according to the county. State surveyors are also gauging the impact of the storms.

County residents can use the form to provide an estimate of damage to their property directly to the county. It is not an application for FEMA individual assistance.

The county’s Department of Emergency Management released an initial estimate on Sunday of $30 million in damage to public infrastructure, in addition to losses suffered in the agricultural industry of between $40 million and $50 million.

FEMA added Monterey County on Tuesday to a major disaster declaration issued by President Joe Biden last Saturday.