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 opportunity for local and regional public entities. To be eligible for funding, projects must benefit low- to moderate-income and disadvantaged communities in parishes that were most impacted and distressed by the 2016 floods. The state will provide feedback to all applicants, including those ineligible for funding, as well as technical assistance for eligible applicants.
The state hosted a March 7 webinar to provide more details on Round 2 and the pre-application process. Click here to view the recording.
|NOFA issued||March 6, 2023|
|Pre-application period opens||March 13, 2023|
|Deadline for pre-applications||May 31, 2023|
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|