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Connecticut’s Phase 2 Application: “The Implementation Phase”

On June 22, 2015, Connecticut was invited to participate in Phase 2, “The Implementation Phase” of the National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC). In Phase 2, the highest scoring applicants from Phase 1 were invited by HUD to fully articulate a resilience-enhancing disaster recovery or revitalization project or program that addresses their identified risks, vulnerabilities, and community development opportunities. At the end of Phase 2, HUD anticipates awarding grants to multiple winning applications, with funding levels ranging from $1,000,000 to $500,000,000.

Solicitation of Interest

Connecticut submitted its Phase 1 application on March 27 and is optimistic that HUD will invite the State to Phase 2. The State is interested in identifying a pilot geography which will be the focus of the Phase 2 application and is inviting municipalities in New Haven and Fairfield counties to submit ideas, concepts and priorities that are consistent with the Phase 1 application’s vision of resilience for potential inclusion in the State’s Phase 2 application. To be considered, interested parties are asked to submit a Letter Of Interest (LOI). For full details see the Solicitation of Interest.

Due date June 1


CIRCA hosted a webinar on Friday May 8th to answer questions about the solicitation and NDRC. Click botton below to view presentation.

Phase I Application

Connecticut submitted its Phase 1 application to HUD on March 27th. To read a reformatted version of that Phase 1 proposal please click below.

Read the Phase I Application posted on the DOH website.

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