|CDBG-DR Funding||Community Development Block Grant-Distater Recovery (CDBG-DR) funding is a grant distributed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to the City of New York for specific Sandy disaster recovery and rebuilding activities, including housing, business, infrastructure, and resiliency.
Details on City grant-funded programs and uses can be found at http://www.nyc.gov/html/recovery/html/reports/bg-dr.shtml
|FEMA-PA Funding||The Public Assistance (PA) Grant Program is administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and provides funds to the City of New York for the reimbursement of costs incurred by the City on Sandy disaster activities, including debris removal; emergency protective measures; and the repair, replacement, or restoration of Sandy-damaged publicly owned facilities. PA funds cover at least 75% of eligible costs from Sandy emergency measures and permanent restoration.|
|Allocated||The amount of federal dollars assigned to the City to be spent on a specific set of activities or uses.|
|Obligated||The cost of projects that FEMA has determined to be eligible for Public Assistance funding.|
|Spent||The total dollars paid out by the City for specific activities as a result of Hurricane Sandy. This includes all Sandy-related costs, including capital and operating expenses.
Note: Spending can be greater than the amount obligated for PA.
|Funds Finalized||The amount of federal money that has been dispersed to and used by the City on Sandy-related activities.|
|U.S DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) - Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR)
|Allocated||Amount of funding identified by HUD as available to cover certain recovery activities, once the City has described these activities in its Action Plan.|
|Spent||The costs associated with activities performed as a result of Hurricane Sandy.|
|Funds Finalized||The amount of funding HUD has paid to the City as reimbursement for dollars spent.|
|Housing / Build it Back||The City's housing recovery programs are designed to meet the unmet housing repair or rebuilding needs of residents affected by Hurricane Sandy. Eligible uses of this funding cover homeowners, tenants, and landlords of both private and public rental properties.|
|Business Recovery||The City's business recovery programs allow businesses to be able to sustain current employment levels as well as hire new staff. The City is providing funding to sustain, attract, and recruit new businesses and capital to areas most impacted by the storm. In addition, the City is fostering new technologies to encourage both existing and new businesses to deploy mitigation measures to minimize the impact of future disasters and catastrophes.|
|Resiliency||The City's resiliency programs help vulnerable areas continue to recover from the storm and better withstand climate events in the future. These solutions include measures to protect the City's coastline and its building stock.|
|Infrastructure and Other City Services||The City provided emergency services throughout the impacted communities before, during, and after Hurricane Sandy. Additionally, the severe destruction and flooding brought on by Hurricane Sandy caused significant damage to the infrastructure systems and key public facilities within New York City, such as roads, bridges, drainage systems, public utility infrastructure, schools, hospitals, and parks sites. The City’s IOCS program provides funding to enable the City to continue to perform these critical activities.
Where eligible, these CDBG-DR funds cover the local match portion of projects funded with FEMA dollars (90% FEMA/10% CDBG-DR) as well as additional recovery costs not covered by FEMA.
|Citywide Administration and Planning||CDBG-DR funds may be used for activities designed to plan and manage programs and activities for the grantee's CBDG-DR program. As well as funds that may be used to pay reasonable program administration costs related to the execution of disaster recovery activities assisted with the CDBG-DR Grant.|
|NYC Build it Back||NYC Build it Back program assists the homeowners, landlords, and tenants in the five boroughs whose homes were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. NYC Build It Back provides several pathways to help affected residents return to permanent, sustainable housing by addressing unmet housing recovery needs in several categories.|
|Contractor Details||Build it Back contractors will be performing the construction on damaged homes. |
|Contractor Name||Name of the NYC Build it Back contractors performing construction.|
|Jobs||Number of jobs created as a result of NYC Build it Back construction.|
|Program Details||On Monday, June 3rd, Mayor Bloomberg announced the opening of registration for the NYC Build it Back program, New York City’s program to assist homeowners, landlords, and tenants in the five boroughs whose homes and properties were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. NYC Build It Back provides several pathways to help affected residents return to permanent, sustainable housing by addressing unmet housing recovery needs in several categories. Build it Back Registration closed on October 31, 2013.|
|Building Type||For the purposes of the NYC Build it Back program building type is categorized by the number of units.|
|Multi-Family (5+ Units)||Multi-family buildings are those with 5 or more units.|
|Single-Family (1-4 Units)||Single-family buildings are those with 1 to 4 units.|
|Program Milestone||Once a homeowner, renter or landlord has registered for NYC Build it Back, the applicant completes an intake appointment and submits required documents with a Housing Recovery Specialist in a Build it Back Center. After document collection and review, an inspector visits the applicant’s home to assess existing damage and repair work already completed. Next, Build it Back calculates the total eligible award and presents options to the applicant. Once the applicant selects a path forward, construction may begin. Each of these points represents a NYC Build it Back program milestone. |
|Registrations||The total number of homeowners or landlords that have registered for NYC Build it Back. |
|Document Collection and Review Completed||The total number of applicants who have completed an intake appointment and submitted the required documents with a Housing Recovery Specialist in a Build It Back Center.|
|Damage Inspections Completed||The number of applicants who a Build It Back inspector has assessed damage and repair work already completed.|
|Award Calculation Completed||The number of applicants that the Build it Back program has calculated the total eligible award amount.|
|Award Selected||The number of applicants that have selected a construction path.|
|Contractors Selected||Number of applications that have a NYC Build It Back contractor selected.|
|Construction in Progress||The number of applicants whose home is under construction.|
|Construction Completed||The number of applicants with construction completed.|
|FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA) - Public Assistance (PA)
|FEMA Public Assistance Program||A program which provides supplemental Federal disaster grant assistance for debris removal, emergency protective measures, and the repair, replacement, or restoration of disaster-damaged, publicly owned facilities and the facilities of certain Private Non-Profit (PNP) organizations.
|Obligated||The cost of projects that FEMA has determined to be eligible for Public Assistance funding.
|Spent||The cumulative amount of all funding spent on Sandy-related needs, both capital and operating. The expenditure amounts include personnel costs and direct costs other than personnel.|
|Funds Finalized||The total amount that FEMA has dispersed for an eligible project.|
|Granted||The current total of the Project Worksheet (PWs) costs to date. PWs are submitted to FEMA for every project for which the City is seeking reimbursement.|
|Cost Tracker||Overall cost estimates for storm preparation, response and recovery. Please note that these numbers represent expenditures by City agencies, not overall storm costs.|
|Buildings and Other Housing||Funding related to the Department of Buildings, Housing and Preservation Development, New York City Housing Authority, and the Rapid Repairs Program.|
NYC Rapid Repairs is a free program to help residential property owners affected by Hurricane Sandy make emergency repairs. These emergency repairs will allow residents to stay in their homes so that they can complete more permanent repairs and finishes. Emergency repairs include permanent or temporary restoration of heat, power and hot water, and other limited repairs to protect a home from further significant damage.
|Uniform Agencies||Funding activity related to the Police Department, Fire Department, Department of Corrections, and the Department of Sanitation.|
|Schools||Funding activity related to the Department of Education, School Construction Authority, and City University of New York.|
|Roads and Bridges||Funding activity related to the Department of Transportation.|
|Parks||Funding activity related to the Department of Parks and Recreation.|
|Other Agencies||Funding activity related to various other City entities.|
|Hospitals||Funding activity related to the Health and Hospitals Corporation.|
|NYCHA||FEMA Funding activity related to the New York City Housing Authority.|