Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Action Plan and Amendments
The City's original CDBG-DR Action Plan was approved by HUD on May 7, 2013. The plan details how the City plans to spend the $1.773 billion grant from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for eligible Hurricane Sandy disaster recovery and rebuilding activities. The Action Plan, including any amendments, describes how the City will use this funding to help New Yorkers rebuild their homes, businesses, and communities and addresses housing, business, infrastructure, and resiliency programs. Based on continued outreach and planning, the Action Plan may be amended and will undergo a review and approval process described in the Citizen Participation Plan.
Please note: the plan will be referred to as the Action Plan and each amendment will be numbered.
Approved CDBG-DR Action Plan
Read the current CDBG-DR Action Plan approved by HUD on November 25, 2013 (in PDF).
Read the City's Responses to Public Comments (in PDF) on the Action Plan.
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) (in Español, 中国 and Pусский).
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