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Grants Awarded

2016 State Grant Application (Closed and Awarded)

General application criteria were:

  • The minimum application amount - $5,000,000

  • Maximum application amount - $19 million.

  • Each application could contain only one project.

  • Each applicant was permitted to submit a total of two applications. Depending on demand, no applicant was awarded a subsequent application until all eligible applicants had been awarded at least once.

  • Each project was required to identify how activities would contribute to long‐term recovery and restoration of housing in the most impacted and distressed areas.

Please refer to the 2016 Application Guidebook for complete application information. 

2016 Application 

2016 Application Guidebook

2016 Application

Applications closed on September 18, 2019.

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GLO projects awarded:

Applicant Applicant County CDBG Request $ Project Activity Score Percent LMI
Lee County Lee $2,000,000.00 Buyout activities to repair damage susteain during the 2016 floods, remove repetitive loss homeowner from harms way, and protect the investment of disaster recovery funds to support community workforce housing.   70.60%
Cross Plains Callahan $2,000,000.00 Multifamily housing - Increase the supply of affordable rental properties.   100.00%
Wharton Wharton $2,000,000.00 Assist homeowners with elevation, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of homes to address existing damage and mitigate future damage.   100.00%
Madisonville Madison $2,000,000.00 Multifamily housing - Increase the supply of affordable rental properties.   100.00%
Brookshire Waller $2,000,000.00 Assist homeowners with elevation, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of homes to address existing damage and mitigate future damage.   100.00%
Grimes County Grimes $2,000,000.00 Road and drainage improvements will effectively drain storm water and decrease erosion to allow residents, emergency services and other traffic ingress/egress during flood events and other possible
disasters.
78.9935 60.29%
Navasota Brazos $2,000,000.00 Approximately 1,800 linear feet of drainage system improvements along Washington Street will allow storm water to drain away from the Manley/Teague drainage basin area reducing threats to health and safety of residents. 78.4335 73.91%
Madison County Madison $2,000,000.00 Road and drainage improvements in Precincts 3 and 4 will effectively drain storm water and decrease erosion to allow residents, emergency services and other traffic ingress/egress during flood events and improve resiliency for residents. 77.2194 64.41%
Austin County Austin $2,000,000.00  Restore roadside ditches and roadway surfaces along Kaechele Road, Tower Road, Tomlinson Road, Blakely Road and Klopsteck Road in Precinct 4. Improvements will cover approximately 36,000 linear feet of roadway. This project will reduce the risk of flooding that damages these primary access routes, rendering them impassable and unsafe.  74.3355 58.54%
San Felipe Waller $2,000,000.00 Create a drainage system that will allow the water to recede from the streets with minimal closures
and will allow the town to continue operation in all types of weather.
74.3355 51.40%
Sealy Austin $1,993,387.00 Critical drainage improvements will provide immediate and direct benefit to residents and commercial structures and will mitigate the severity of future impacts. 74.3355 58.64%
Wallis Austin $2,000,000.00 Create a drainage system that will allow the water to recede from the streets more rapidly and alleviate flooding in a large number of neighborhoods and commerical areas. 74.3355 61.65%
Linden Cass $2,000,000.00 Create better drainage and a retention pond that will allow the water to flow without overloading road culverts. 72.9871 51.53%
Clifton Bosque $2,000,000.00 Replace or rehabilitate 135 brick manholes along with approximately 1,000 linear feet of sewer main replacement. 72.6839 67.59%
Jasper County Jasper $2,000,000.00 Street Improvements in Precincts 3 and 4. 71.7032 76.90%
Stephenville Erath $1,980,000.00 Create a safer environment for residents and business by make flood and drainage improvements. 71.3032 63.84%
San Jacinto County San Jacinto $1,918,200.00 Street Improvements in Precincts 1, 2 and 4. 71.1613 56.84%
Woodville Tyler $2,000,000.00 Street improvements to ensure ingress/egress in the southwest portion of the City. 70.4194 70.65%
Bastrop County Bastrop $447,748.00 FEMA matching funds for flood and drainage improvements underway. 70 51.26%
Jasper Jasper $2,000,000.00 Create better drainage and two retention ponds in the Sandy Creek area. 69.2232 52.77%
Jefferson Marion $1,866,688.00 Drainage improvements across the City to allow safe transportation and to avoid flooding of residents, businesses, and infrastructure. 68.7677 53.68%
  Total $40,206,023.00

 

Procurement

For all CDBG-DR and CDBG-MIT funds provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Subrecipients must procure goods and services using the federal procurement and contract requirements outlined in 2 CFR 200.318 – 200.327.

For additional resources and information visit: grant-administration/procurement-contracts-guidelines/index

 


Presidentially Declared Counties - (MI) = HUD Most Impacted

Anderson County Gregg County Orange County
Angelina County Grimes County Palo Pinto County
Austin County Hall County Parker County
Bandera County Hardin County Polk County
Bastrop County Harris County (MI) Red River County
Bosque County Harrison County Sabine County
Brazoria County (MI) Henderson County San Augustine County
Brazos County Hidalgo County San Jacinto County
Brown County Hood County Shelby County
Burleson County Houston County Smith County
Caldwell County Jasper County Somervell County
Callahan County Jones County Stephens County
Cass County Kleberg County Throckmorton County
Cherokee County Lamar County Travis County
Coleman County Lee County Trinity County
Colorado County Leon County Tyler County
Comanche County Liberty County Upshur County
Coryell County Limestone County Van Zandt County
Eastland County Madison County Walker County
Erath County Marion County Waller County
Falls County Milam County Washington County
Fayette County Montgomery County (MI) Wharton County
Fisher County Navarro County Wood County
Fort Bend County (MI) Newton County (MI)  

Most Impacted Counties

As required by HUD, the GLO allocated $160,824,122 to the HUD-identified most impacted counties.

  • Brazoria County
  • Fort Bend County
  • Harris County
  • Montgomery County
  • Newton County 

Each county was able to determine locally how to best spend their respective allocations. Each county was required to develop a Method of Distribution (MOD) outlining the specific distribution of funds for infrastructure and housing activities and submit them to the GLO. For more information about each county's MOD visit: 2016-floods/recovery-funds/most-impacted-counties/index