NYC Hurricane Sandy Aid Plan is Approved
On May 10, 2013, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development approved the City's partial Action Plan ("Action Plan A"). The plan details how we will use the first round of $1.77 billion of federal funding to help New Yorkers rebuild their homes, businesses and communities. Registration begins in June.
Read the approved CDBG-DR Action Plan A (in PDF)
Read the press release
Are you a New York City resident whose primary home or building was damaged during Hurricane Sandy?
Funding will be available as detailed in the City’s CDBG-DR Action Plan A. You may be eligible for assistance. Registration for the program will begin in early June. There are steps you can take right now to start preparing.
The mission of the Housing Recovery Office is to return Sandy-impacted residents in New York City to permanent, safe and sustainable housing.
To find housing recovery information in Spanish, Russian, or Chinese, please visit the NYC Language Gateway.
If you have any questions about the Housing Recovery Office please email us or visit 311 online. You can also follow us on Twitter.
Interested in Volunteering? Please visit: NYC Service: Hurricane Sandy