Round 2 provides strategic investments in flood risk reduction projects that align with federal grant requirements, as well as project design support for local and regional partners.
ROUND 2 PROJECT FUNDING AND ASSESSMENT
This is a $100 million project funding and assessment opportunity for local and regional public entities. To be eligible for funding, projects must benefit low- to moderate-income communities. Projects that benefit the most impacted and distressed parishes from the 2016 floods will be a funding priority. The state will provide feedback to applicants regarding their projects, including those ineligible for funding.
The state is hosting a webinar at 1 p.m. Feb. 13 to provide more details on Round 2 and the pre-application process. Click here to register.
Design Support Program
This $100 million program provides technical assistance for projects submitted in Round 1 that did not receive funding. The focus is on projects that benefit HUD-identified most impacted and distressed areas and low- to moderate-income populations, as well as projects that incorporate nature-based solutions.
For more details, see the Program Policies and Procedures.
|Applicants notified of project scoping opportunity||Aug. 19, 2022|
|Deadline for applicants to respond with Notice of Interest||Aug. 29, 2022|
|Project scoping and design support begins||September 2022|
|Project scoping completed, project reviews begin||October – December 2022|
|Implementation awards announced, agreements executed||Early 2023|
Design Support Program Projects
View the Design Support Program projects including applicant organizations, regions and estimated budgets.
|Project Name||Organization||Region||Estimated Budget|
|Sugarhouse Bayou Outfall||Town of Colfax||1||$1.36 million|
|Sherman Lake Flood Storage||Town of Columbia||2||$5.98 million|
|Hodge Drainage Improvements||Village of Hodge||2||$1.57 million|
|Glenn Ditch Pumping Station||Town of Jonesville||2||$1.96 million|
|Cypress Detention (South)||City of West Monroe||3||$1.28 million|
|James Addition Drainage||Town of Farmerville||3||$1.5 million|
|Salter Street Stormwater Retention||Town of Delhi||3||$3 million|
|West Parkview Drainage Improvements||City of Monroe||3||$3.25 million|
|Ash Slough Drainage Improvements||Franklin Parish||3||$3.87 million|
|Highway 33 Ditch Hardening||Town of Farmerville||3||$2.3 million|
|Gulley Street Drainage||Town of Farmerville||3||$1.26 million|
|Staulkinghead Creek Rehabilitation||Morehouse Parish||3||$5 million|
|Nixon Addition Drainage Improvements||Town of Kinder||4||$3.57 million|
|East Side Drainage Improvements||City of Bunkie||5||$3.66 million|
|Anslem Coulee Regional Detention Pond||City of Youngsville||5||$3.56 million|
|Oak Park Drainage Improvements||City of Oakdale||5||$10.3 million|
|Fullers Park Drainage Improvements||City of Oakdale||5||$6.9 million|
|East Side Drainage Improvements||Village of Hessmer||5||$2.25 million|
|West Side Drainage Improvements||City of Bunkie||5||$2.7 million|
|Parishwide Drainage Improvements||St. James Parish||6||$814,244|
|Cancienne Canal Floodplain Preservation||Assumption Parish||6||$4.29 million|
|New Pump Station Construction||Lafourche Parish||6||$1.59 million|
|Upper Terrebonne Basin Drainage Improvements||Upper Delta Soil & Water Conservation District||6||$9.17 million|
|Covington Lift Station Panel Elevations||City of Covington||7||$2.6 million|
|Jones Vaughn Creek Bridge||West Feliciana Parish||7||$1.4 million|
|Dawson Creek Drainage Improvements||East Baton Rouge Parish MOHSEP||7||$8.26 million|
|Ormond Area Flood Mitigation Project||St. Charles Parish||8||$6 million|