National Disaster Resilience Competition Application Resources

The National Disaster Resilience Competition is a year-long competition structured in two phases: the framing phase and the implementation phase. All public input must be received by Oct. 21, 2015.

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Action Plan/Quarterly Performance Reports/Procurement/Contracts/Public Comment, Inquiry or Participation

Throughout implementation of the Grant, HUD requires certain information to be accessible to the public for compliance. This section contains those requirements.

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The City of Norfolk’s Ohio Creek Watershed Project

Norfolk's Chesterfield Heights and Grandy Village neighborhoods have been selected to participate in a transformational coastal improvement project. This $112 million project will reduce flooding, improve public spaces and ensure these communities thrive for years to come.

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Ohio Creek Watershed Project Environmental Review Process

The Commonwealth of Virginia along with the City of Norfolk elected to implement and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Ohio Creek Watershed Project. An EIS is a document prepared to describe the effects for proposed activities on the environment. Environment, in this case, is defined as the natural and physical environment and the relationship of people with that environment.

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RISE is a nonprofit organization establishing a series of strategic initiatives in the resilience field. RISE’s vision is to position Hampton Roads as the global leader in addressing the impacts of sea level rise, recurrent flooding, and extreme weather events by developing strategies, policies and products that allow the region to continue to grow.

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Grant Management Workshop Resources

Tuesday, Nov. 19

Project Spotlight -City of Norton

Fred Ramey - Presentation

Grant Management 101

Kathi Boatright - Presentation

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