THE State of Natural Disaster declared for parts of the Western Division ended yesterday.
West planning officer Luke Moroivalu said as of yesterday all evacuation centres had been closed, including the Nabau Village hall in Sigatoka where Semo villagers were accommodated.
He said skeleton staff were working at the operation centre to co-ordinate the distribution of food packs and other donated items to flood-affected areas.
Mr Moroivalu said assessments and accompanying reports had been sent to Suva as they await the release of funds for various infrastructure maintenance and repair.
"Some district offices are still continuing with recovery work, assisting flood-affected residents to fully recover from the ordeal," he said.
"Even though the declaration of natural disaster period has ended recovery work is ongoing in parts of the division. Some services have normalised."
A report from the DISMAC operation centre in the west shows that power restoration was back to normal except for a small portion of Nadroga.
"Power restoration is now 99.5 per cent except for the worst-hit areas in Nadroga." the report stated.
"Water supply restoration is still in progress, likewise for road and bridge repairs."
Last month's flood affected 203,452 people from 43,000 households in the west.
Of the flood-affected residents, 14,729 people were sheltered in evacuations centres.