From Puerto Rico to Hurricane Harvey, Donald Trump has been busy traveling and handling disasters all over the United States of America and it's territories. Most recently, believe it or not, the Treasure Valley has been on his radar.

While Donald Trump himself has yet to visit the Gem State as Commander-In-Chief, the massive amount of flooding that was taking place in the Treasure Valley from March until June (the same flooding that kept the Boise River closed for floating) has been on his docket in the White House. It has now been announced that Donald Trump will be allowing federal funds to help support "state, tribal, and local recovery efforts" according to a Press Release from Washington D.C.

Damages that need repaired in Canyon and Ada Counties will now have federal funds and assistance.

It should be noted, too, that flood damange in Blain, Camas, Elmore, and Gooding counties have already received federal assistance per the President.