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Disaster Recovery HUD / CDBG-DR / CDBG-MIT Programs

Federal Register Notice

On August 30, 2019, HUD published the Federal Register Notice which allocated CDBG-MIT funds and outlined funding requirements. CDBG-MIT funding has been allocated to grantees having qualifying 2015, 2016, and 2017 disasters to mitigate against future disaster risks and losses through the implementation of strategic, high-impact activities that are grounded in effective planning.

Categories of Eligible Activities

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Infrastructure

Construction of risk reduction infrastructure or retrofitting existing infrastructure to increase resistance to disasters.

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Housing

Buyouts, elevation, or residential retrofits.

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Economic Development

Installation of disaster mitigation improvements and technologies, hardening of commercial areas, financing to support the development of mitigation measures.

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Planning & Administration

Development of resilient building codes and land use plans, development and updating of FEMA approved HMPs, planning and public service activities to reduce flood insurance premiums.

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Matching Funds

Examination, selection and integration of appropriate risk management procedures

Recommendations

  • Review and update HMP, ensure HMP has current FEMA approval.
  • Start project identification immediately, focus on projects that have regional impact and maximize federal investment.
  • Analyze LMA areas, coordinate regionally.
How We Can Help
  • Subject matter expertise and staff augmentation
  • Application preparation and project implementation
  • Training and technical assistance

    — Heightened scrutiny on financial management controls, procurement processes, grant management, and cost verification

HUD CDBG-DR and CDBG-MIT Grant Assistance

Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery and Mitigation Program
How can you use CDBG-DR and CDBG-MIT?
  • Disaster relief
  • Long term recovery
  • Repair and rebuild housing
  • Restoration of infrastructure
  • Economic revitalization
  • Mitigation
Tidal Basin has an experienced and seasoned team of CDBG, CDBG-DR, and mitigation subject matter experts ready to support you through the HUD grant process and assist you in your recovery.
How Can We Help?
  • Program identification, design, and implementation
  • Application preparation for local governments and subgrantees
  • Section 3 compliance
  • HUD reporting
  • GIS and data analysis
  • National objective determinations
  • Cross-cutting requirement compliance
  • Needs assessments
  • Action plan writing
  • CDBG-DR and CDBG-MIT local match coordination for FEMA-funded projects

Grant Lifecycle

  • Pre-Award
  • Start Up
  • Implementation
  • Closeout

Who We Are Helping

Discover in detail how our team of professionals is playing an instrumental role in helping hundreds of organizations, governments, communities, and private sector clients prepare and maximize their financial recovery sooner from the worst disasters.

CDBG-DR HOME REPAIR, RECONSTRUCTION, OR RELOCATION PROGRAM (R3) PUERTO RICO

Tidal Basin is successfully implementing Puerto Rico’s CDBG-DR Housing Program. Our team processed an unprecedented 1,700 applicants in two weeks from the date of project rollout.

Tidal Basin Caribe is actively participating in the execution of CDBG-DR long-term recovery programs in Puerto Rico. Tidal Basin, a joint venture partner of the Alliance for the Recovery of Puerto Rico, is one of four teams selected to implement the R3 Program, which focuses on single-family rehabilitation and reconstruction projects.

Our contract with the Puerto Rico Department of Housing (PRDOH) is to implement R3 in the North Central Region of Puerto Rico, an area inclusive of heavily impacted and densely populated centers. Our team opened two R3 applicant intake centers, located in Bayamon and Orocovis, on July 31, 2019 with the assignment to complete rehabilitation, reconstruction, or relocation for a minimum of 1,500 homes over the span of the three-year contract.

The Alliance (Tidal Basin) is responsible for:

  • Program management and administration
  • Compliance with CDBG-DR and federal cross-cutting regulations such as Section 3 and Uniform Relocation Act (URA)
  • Application intake and processing
  • Eligibility review and determination
  • Damage assessments
  • Award coordination
  • Inspections
  • Payment requests

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