Disaster Recovery & Mitigation
Community development includes more than just new development. HCD works to help communities recover after disasters (such as droughts, fires, and floods) by administering special federal funds for both recovery and mitigation purposes. When appropriated funds from HUD, HCD works with local governments and organizations to support programs that provide long-term recovery assistance for housing, infrastructure, economic revitalization and mitigate disaster risks and reduce future losses.
For more information, see HUD Exchange - CDBG-DR Programs and HUD CDBG-DR Laws, Regulations, and Federal Register Notices.
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DR-MHP works with local governments and developers in areas impacted by disasters, helping to (re)build multifamily housing projects and generate crucial affordable housing units.
The Disaster Recovery Branch has made this tool to aid homeowners impacted by disasters with the necessary environmental documents.
DR-INF/MIT-RIP funds helps local governments in impacted areas rebuild their communities’ infrastructure in a more resilient manner to withstand future natural disasters based on lessons learned.
DR-Workforce helps fund local governments, community colleges, and nonprofits in affected areas develop their workforces’ skills to help their economies develop and recover after disasters.
MIT-PPS funds help local governments and nonprofits in affected areas provide services and increase resiliency against future disasters.
HCD and Tuolumne County won NDR funds to help the County rebuild from the 2013 Rim Fire.
Procurements, Contracts, administration manuals, reports, trainings, and other helpful information.
Citizen participation, public comment, and partner resources.
Action Plans and applicable Federal Register Notices.