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Infrastructure


INFRASTRUCTURE RESILIENCY FUNDS

The State of Connecticut’s primary goal in allocating funding for the rehabilitation and resiliency of infrastructure is to restore a suitable living environment in disaster impacted areas by rehabilitating or reconstructing existing infrastructure and to add resiliency to minimize damage from future storm events

For details on the Infrastructure Resiliency program, including applications, Q&A and funding guidelines, visit the state of Department of Housing’s Storm Sandy Infrastructure page


HOUSING GRANTS/FUNDS (APPLICATIONS & PROCESS):


The State’s housing recovery programs are designed to meet the unmet housing needs of communities most affected by Superstorm Sandy including the costs of repairs, reconstruction and new construction that insurance, FEMA and any other sources of funding do not cover. There are programs available or owner-occupied home and multi-family dwellings.

For a list of programs, applications and other resources, visit the state of Department of Housing’s Storm Sandy resource page.


 
SUPER STORM SANDY HISTORIC PRESERVATION GRANT
 
The State Historic Preservation Office has developed the Disaster Relief Assistance Grant for Historic Properties to aid in the restoration of the properties listed or eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places that were damaged by Super Storm Sandy. The funding is available to owners of historic properties who have completed projects as well as for projects that have not yet commenced.

SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT:



 


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