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1 1 HUD National Disaster Resilience Competition Richard Butgereit GIS Administrator Miles Anderson Mitigation Evan Rosenberg Recovery Julie Dennis Community Program Manager Monique Kabitzke Planning Manager Thursday, Nov 13 2:00 PM Eastern Conference Call: Passcode: GoToWebinar ID:

2 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Agenda Introduction to the National Disaster Resilience Competition State of Florida application Review of criteria & GIS analysis Questions and answers

3 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT From https://www.hudexchange.info/cdbg-dr/resilient-recovery --https://www.hudexchange.info/cdbg-dr/resilient-recovery On June 14, 2014, President Obama announced the National Disaster Resilience Competition. Responding to demand from state, local and tribal leaders who are working to increase the safety and security of their communities, the nearly $1 billion competition will invite communities that have experienced natural disasters to compete for funds to help them rebuild and increase their resilience to future disasters… The competition will support innovative resilience projects at the local level while encouraging communities to adopt policy changes and activities that plan for the impacts of extreme weather and climate change and rebuild affected areas to be better prepared for the future. Of the nearly $1 billion available through the Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds from the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of 2013, about $820 million will be available to all states and local governments that experienced a Presidentially-declared major disaster in 2011, 2012, and 2013… HUD National Disaster Resilience Competition

4 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Deadlines You may submit your Most impacted and Distressed and Unmet Recovery Needs threshold responses until Monday, November 3, 2014 Full Phase 1 applications due March 15, 2015 via grants.gov HUD National Disaster Resilience Competition

5 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HUD National Disaster Resilience Competition links criteria white-paper documents from meetings notifications

6 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT A. County that was previously determined by HUD to be most impacted (see OR B. A sub-county area (census designated place, tribal area, or census tract) within a county declared by the President to be a major disaster area under the Stafford Act for a disaster event occurring in calendar years 2011, 2012, or 2013 (see that meets at least one Most Impacted Characteristic AND one Distressed Characteristic, as demonstrated in the application (applicants may include more than one characteristic) II. Demonstrating Most Impacted and Distressed Thresholds For this competition, “most impacted and distressed” is defined as either:

7 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Criteria - must meet at least one in each 1.Most impacted a)Housing b)Infrastructure c)Economic revitalization d)Environmental degradation 2.Distressed a)Housing b)Infrastructure c)Economic revitalization d)Environmental degradation 3.Unmet Recovery Need a)Housing b)Infrastructure c)Economic revitalization d)Environmental degradation II. Demonstrating Most Impacted and Distressed Thresholds

8 8 GIS analysis in support of State of Florida application to HUD National Disaster Resilience Competition Richard Butgereit GIS Administrator Florida Division of Emergency Management Jason Ray GIS Technician Florida Division of Emergency Management GIS data from this analysis may be downloaded at /hud_ndrc_ zip /hud_ndrc_ zip

9 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT II. Demonstrating Most Impacted and Distressed Thresholds 1. Most Impacted CharacteristicsGIS Data Source 1(a) Housing Data was provided by HUD, originally from FEMA (http://www.HUDUSER.org/CDBGRDR/AppendixC).http://www.HUDUSER.org/CDBGRDR/AppendixC 1(b) InfrastructurePublic Assistance data provided by FEMA to Florida Division of Emergency Management. 1(c) Economic Revitalization No areas within Florida meet this criterion according to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. 1(d) Environmental Degradation Sinkholes obtained by the Florida Geological Survey post Tropical Storm Debby sinkhole survey and FDEM State Watch Office incident reports. Coastal Erosion Critical Areas obtained from Florida Department of Environmental Protection Geodata Directory (http://dep.state.fl.us/gis/datadir.htm ).http://dep.state.fl.us/gis/datadir.htm 2(a) Disaster impacted low- and moderate-income householdsData was provided by HUD (http://www.HUDUSER.org/CDBGRDR/AppendixD).http://www.HUDUSER.org/CDBGRDR/AppendixD 2(b) Loss/shortage of affordable rental housing Severe shortage of affordable rental or as a result of the effects of a disaster there is a new high risk of damage to more than 100 assisted rental housing units obtained from University of Florida Shimberg Center for Housing Studies 2013 Rental Market Study: Affordable Housing Needs. 2(c) Disaster impacted a federal target area or economically fragile area Tribal lands obtained from the Florida Geographic Data Library. Economically fragile areas with an unemployment rate more than 125 percent of the national average unemployment rate obtained from Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. 2(d) Disaster impacted an area with prior documented environmental distress Areas with prior documented environmental distress obtained from Florida Department of Environmental Protection Geodata Directory (http://dep.state.fl.us/gis/datadir.htm) --http://dep.state.fl.us/gis/datadir.htm  Brownfields  State Funded Clean-up Sites  FDEP Clean-up Sites  Drycleaning Solvent Program Clean-up Sites  HAZWASTE Sites

10 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Declared Counties Source: data was provided by HUD. Counties shown were declared by the President to be a major disaster area under the Stafford Act for a disaster event occurring in 2011, 2012, or Link: GRDR/AppendixB GRDR/AppendixB

11 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (a) Housing. A concentration of housing damage in a sub- county area due to the eligible disaster causing damage to either a minimum of 100 homes or serious damage to a minimum of 20 homes. Appendix C provides a list of disasters with concentrations of housing damage meeting this requirement. Applicants may also submit local data, provided a) the data show concentrated damage meeting this standard, and b) HUD agrees with the validity of the data (see that shows 741 Census Tracts and 257 Places that meet this standard outside of the already determined most impacted counties.) 1. Most Impacted Characteristics considers the damage resulting from the Qualified Disaster

12 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1(a) - Housing Areas Source: data was provided by HUD, originally from FEMA Link: GRDR/AppendixC GRDR/AppendixC

13 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (b) Infrastructure. Damage to permanent infrastructure (i.e. FEMA Category C to G) in a sub-county area estimated at $2 million or greater. Applicants must provide either an engineering report with an estimated repair amount along with a sources and uses statement for the project showing the funding shortfall (total repair costs can include the extra cost to repair this infrastructure resiliently) or other evidence of an estimate of expenditures to make repairs that support this claim. 1. Most Impacted Characteristics considers the damage resulting from the Qualified Disaster

14 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1(b) - Infrastructure Source: Public Assistance data provided by FEMA Green areas represent Census Tracts or Populated Place were projects total $2 million or greater.

15 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (c) Economic Revitalization. A disaster in a sub-county area causing significant employment loss and extended harm to the local economy. Applicants must briefly demonstrate employment loss (a one percentage point or greater higher local unemployment rate in the impacted area six to 12 months after a disaster compared to the same month in the year prior to the disaster in that area; or specific information that 50 or more people were no longer employed in or near the most impacted area for six months or longer due to the disaster) or other harm to the economy and describe how it stems from the Qualified Disaster (applicant may support a short description with local data or surveys). 1. Most Impacted Characteristics considers the damage resulting from the Qualified Disaster

16 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT According to data from FDEO, no areas meet requirements 1(c) - Economic Revitalization

17 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (d) Environmental Degradation that threatens long-term recovery of critical natural resources and places housing, infrastructure, and/or economic revitalization at risk. A disaster resulting in significant degradation to the environment putting the housing, infrastructure, and/or economic drivers in the area and nearby areas in great harm for a future disaster. Examples include a fire destabilizing a watershed creating flood risk downstream or threatening economic revitalization by harming recreational activities that support to local economies; damage to stream beds from a severe flooding event damaging a containment dike or dam increasing risk of more flood damage to property; damage to wetlands or barrier islands from a Hurricane reducing protection from future Hurricanes or harming local economies such as fishing and eco-tourism. Applicants must describe the damage and support with references to any studies supporting the claim of future risk. 1. Most Impacted Characteristics considers the damage resulting from the Qualified Disaster

18 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1(d) - Environmental Degradation Source: Sinkholes obtained by the Florida Geological Survey post TS Debby sinkhole survey and FDEM State Watch Office incident reports. Census Tracts or Populated Place where Sinkholes are located shown in Pink. Source: Coastal Erosion Critical Areas obtained from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Census Tracts or Populated Place where Coastal Erosion Areas are located shown in Green.

19 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Areas in Green meet one or more of the Most Impacted Characteristics. 1. Most Impacted Characteristics considers the damage resulting from the Qualified Disaster

20 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (a) Disaster impacted low- and moderate-income households. More than 50 percent of the people in the target area are at less than 80 percent of median income (grantees may use CDBG low-and moderate-income summary data areas to demonstrate this characteristic- see 2. Distressed Characteristics considers stress or deficit factors prior to the Qualified Disaster that research and experience indicate result in greater disaster impact or more costly and difficult recovery and revitalization

21 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 2(a) - Disaster Impacted Low/Moderate Income Households Source: HUD provided data. Link: R/AppendixD R/AppendixD

22 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (b) Loss/shortage of affordable rental housing. There is a severe shortage of affordable rental housing (there are a minimum of 100 renters with income less than 50 percent of median in a target area AND 60 percent or more of these have a severe housing problem - paying more than half their income for rent, overcrowded, or without kitchen or plumbing based on ACS data provided by HUD) or as a result of the effects of the disaster there is a new high risk of damage to more than 100 assisted rental housing units from a future event the intended intervention would protect against. Applicants must provide a 1-2 paragraph description, with supporting data, to demonstrate this characteristic. 2. Distressed Characteristics considers stress or deficit factors prior to the Qualified Disaster that research and experience indicate result in greater disaster impact or more costly and difficult recovery and revitalization

23 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 2(b) - Loss/Shortage of Affordable Rental Housing Source: University of Florida Shimberg Center provided affordable housing data

24 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (c) Disaster impacted a federal target area or economically fragile area. The affected area is a tribal area, contains a Promise Zone, is in a Strong Cities Strong Communities site, and/or has an unemployment rate more than 125 percent of the national average unemployment rate. Applicants must demonstrate this characteristic and provide supporting documentation. 2. Distressed Characteristics considers stress or deficit factors prior to the Qualified Disaster that research and experience indicate result in greater disaster impact or more costly and difficult recovery and revitalization

25 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 2(c) - Disaster Impacted Federal Target Areas or Economically Fragile Areas Source: Tribal Lands obtained from the Florida Geographic Data Library Source: Economically fragile areas obtained from DEO. State of Florida does not have any Promise Zones or Strong Cities Strong Communities.

26 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (d) Disaster impacted an area with prior documented environmental distress. The affected area contains a contaminated property cleaned, undergoing cleanup, or proposed for cleanup. States maintain a list of “brownfield” sites, many of which are linkable via this source: Applicants must demonstrate the prior documented environmental distress. 2. Distressed Characteristics considers stress or deficit factors prior to the Qualified Disaster that research and experience indicate result in greater disaster impact or more costly and difficult recovery and revitalization

27 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 2(d) - Disaster Impacted an Area with Prior Documented Environmental Distress Source: Brownfield Sites (Brown) were provided by HUD, originally FDEP data. Link: ate_tribal/state_map.htm ate_tribal/state_map.htm Source: State Funded Clean-up Sites (Blue), FDEP Clean-up Sites (Green), Drycleaning Solvent Program Clean-up Sites (Pink), and HAZWASTE Sites (Orange) obtained through the FDEP Geodata Directory. Colored Contaminated Site areas are either in a Census Tract or Populated Place.

28 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Areas in Green meet one or more of the Distressed Characteristics. 2. Distressed Characteristics considers stress or deficit factors prior to the Qualified Disaster that research and experience indicate result in greater disaster impact or more costly and difficult recovery and revitalization

29 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Areas that meet one or more Most Impacted Characteristics and one or more Distressed Characteristics Areas in Green meet one or more of the Most Impacted Characteristics and meet one or more of the Distressed Characteristics. These are our Application target areas to find unmet needs projects.

30 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Areas that meet one or more Most Impacted Characteristics and one or more Distressed Characteristics Areas in Green meet one or more of the Most Impacted Characteristics and meet one or more of the Distressed Characteristics. These are our Application target areas to find unmet needs projects.

31 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Census Tracts and Populated Places by County that meet one or more Most Impacted Characteristics and one or more Distressed Characteristics

32 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 3. To meet the Unmet Recovery Need threshold requirement, the applicant must submit a…narrative that demonstrates, with the criteria described in A or B below, that the applicant has Unmet Recovery Needs in the area(s) identified as “most impacted and distressed” that have not been addressed by other sources. 1) Housing. Are households still displaced from housing due to the disaster or are there housing units in or near the impacted area that were damaged by the disaster and have not yet been repaired? If no, you do not have Unmet Recovery Needs for this subfactor. If yes: a)Recent emergency management data indicating households are still displaced from the disaster. This might include information from FEMA on number of households still receiving emergency rental assistance or living in a FEMA Transitional b)A methodologically sound “windshield” survey of the impacted area conducted since January A list of addresses needs to be provided to HUD of units identified with remaining damage. A survey of 9 of these addresses confirming (i) the damage is due to the disaster and (ii) they have inadequate resources from insurance/FEMA/SBA for completing their repairs. Statistical accuracy is not required, so this can be a purposive sample of easy to contact residents.

33 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1) Housing b) Are there any households....that were damaged by the disaster and have not yet been repaired? A methodologically sound “windshield” survey of the impacted area....a list of addresses needs to be provided to HUD of units identified with remaining damage...

34 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 3. To meet the Unmet Recovery Need threshold requirement, the applicant must submit a…narrative that demonstrates, with the criteria described in A or B below, that the applicant has Unmet Recovery Needs in the area(s) identified as “most impacted and distressed” that have not been addressed by other sources. 2) Infrastructure - Is there damage to permanent public infrastructure (i.e. FEMA Category C to G) that has not yet been repaired due to inadequate resources in or serving the most impacted target area? Describe the project(s), the location of the project(s) relative to the most impacted and distressed target area, the amount of funding required to complete the project(s), and reason there are inadequate funds. There must be a minimum of $400,000 in unfunded permanent infrastructure repair needs to meet this requirement, this “unfunded” amount can include the local match requirement for FEMA Public Assistance or Department of Transportation permanent infrastructure projects. If you include the amount of cost share for a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project, note that no more than $250,000 of CDBG-DR or CDBG-NDR may be used for such a cost share (per project). This is not waivable.

35 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 3. To meet the Unmet Recovery Need threshold requirement, the applicant must submit a…narrative that demonstrates, with the criteria described in A or B below, that the applicant has Unmet Recovery Needs in the area(s) identified as “most impacted and distressed” that have not been addressed by other sources. 3) Economic Revitalization - Are there continuing unmet economic revitalization recovery needs due to the disaster in or near the most impacted target area? Describe the extent of those needs and how the needs are connected with the disaster and the most impacted target area. Any one of the following, together with a narrative statement describing how the need results from the impacts of the disaster, would satisfy this requirement: (i) a minimum of 5 businesses with remaining repair needs; (ii) business revenues continued to be depressed by 10 percent or more relative to revenues prior to the disaster for one or more modest sized employers (10 or more employees) due to the disaster OR three or more smaller businesses show revenues 10 percent less than prior revenues. a)Unmet repair needs for businesses: “Windshield” survey showing a minimum of 5 businesses with remaining repair needs AND a survey of 5 business owners confirming damage due to the disaster and repairs not completed due to not receiving adequate resources from insurance and (if applicable) other federal funds including CDBG, CDBG-DR, and/or SBA funds. Addresses of businesses with continuing needs must be. b)Decreased revenues for business(es): Analysis by a reputable public or private source showing continuing economic damage to the target area due to the disaster or a survey of business(es) who provide (i) number of employees before storm and current; (ii) total gross revenues in year before disaster and total gross revenues in most recent year; and (iii) a description of how the reduction in revenues is related to the disaster. To meet this criteria – one modest size employer (10 or more employees) or three smaller businesses (fewer than 10 employees) must show most recent year total gross revenues of 10 percent less than the year before the disaster and there needs to be a clear connection to the disaster. Names and addresses of impacted businesses must be provided.

36 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 3. To meet the Unmet Recovery Need threshold requirement, the applicant must submit a…narrative that demonstrates, with the criteria described in A or B below, that the applicant has Unmet Recovery Needs in the area(s) identified as “most impacted and distressed” that have not been addressed by other sources. 4. Environmental Degradation that threatens long-term recovery of critical natural resources and places housing, infrastructure, and/or economic revitalization at risk. Is there environmental damage from the disaster that has not yet been addressed and cannot be addressed with existing resources? Describe the remaining damage and how the damage is connected with the disaster and the most impacted target area. Applicants must describe the remaining damage with a cost estimate for making repairs that is $400,000 or greater and support with references to any studies supporting the claim.

37 THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HUD National Disaster Resilience Competition HUD project website https://www.hudexchange.info/cdbg-dr/resilient-recovery FDEO project website GIS data may be downloaded at Richard Butgereit GIS Administrator Julie Dennis Community Program Manager Monique Kabitzke Planning Manager Questions?


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