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Approved Action Plan

CDBG-DR Action Plan

The Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) program provides communities with resources to address a wide range of community development needs; the programs outlined in this Action Plan describe how New York City will use its CDBG-DR allocations to support recovery from Hurricane Sandy and to build resiliency to the challenges of climate change. This Action Plan includes programs to build and support housing, businesses, coastal resiliency, infrastructure and other City services. On May 7, 2013, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved the City’s initial Action Plan, which detailed the City’s plans for its first allocation of $1,772,820,000 of CDBG-DR funding. On November 18, 2013, HUD announced a second round of funding and the City of New York was awarded an additional $1,447,000,000. The City was awarded a third allocation totaling $994,056,000 on October 16, 2014, bringing the City’s total CDBG-DR funding to $4,213,876,000.

Please see below to read the currently approved CDBG-DR Action Plan.

Note: The City published a proposed Amendment 12 on September 23, 2016. Please see the “Proposed Action Plan Amendments” section of this website for more information.

Approved CDBG-DR Action Plan

Read the current CDBG-DR Action Plan (incorporating Amendments 1-11) , acknowledged by HUD on February 1, 2016 (in PDF) (in Español中国 and Pусский).

Read the City's Responses to Public Comments (in PDF) on the Action Plan. (in Español中国 and Pусский).

Read Amendment 11 – Technical Amendment, acknowledged by HUD on February 1, 2016 (in PDF) (in Español中国 and Pусский).

Read Amendment 10 – Technical Amendment, acknowledged by HUD on September 23, 2015 (in PDF) (in Español中国 and Pусский).

Read Amendment 9 – Technical Amendment, acknowledged by HUD on May 14, 2015 (in PDF) (in Español中国 and Pусский).

Read Amendments 8A and 8B – Substantial Amendment, approved by HUD on February 13, 2015 (8A) and April 13, 2015 (8B). (in PDF) (inEspañol中国, and русский)

Read Amendment 7 – Technical Amendment, acknowledged by HUD on December 17, 2014 (in PDF) (in Español中国 and Pусский).

Read Amendment 6 - Technical Amendment, posted July 16, 2014, acknowledged by HUD on July 24, 2014 (in PDF) (in Español中国 andPусский).

Read Amendment 5B – Substantial Amendment, approved by HUD on June 13, 2014 (in PDF) (in Español中国 and Pусский).

Read Amendment 5A - Substantial Amendment, approved by HUD on April 18, 2014 (in PDF) (in Español中国, and Pусский).

Read Amendment 4 - Substantial Amendment, approved by HUD on November 25, 2013 (in PDF) (in Español中国, and Pусский).

Read Amendment 3 - Technical Amendment - Amended Projections of Expenditures and Outcomes, acknowledged by HUD on September 10, 2013 (in PDF) (in Español中国 and Pусский).

Read Amendment 2 - Technical Amendment - Projections of Expenditures and Outcomes, posted August 5, 2013, acknowledged by HUD on September 5, 2013 (in PDF).

Read Amendment 1 - Substantial Amendment, approved by HUD on August 23, 2013 (in PDF) (in Español中国, and Pусский).

Read the original Action Plan, published May 10, 2013 (in PDF) (inEspañol中国 and Pусский).

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