National Disaster Resilience Competition Program
HUD, in collaboration with the Rockefeller Foundation, has provided significant resources and support to help communities become more resilient. The NDR process competitively awarded nearly $1 billion in disaster recovery funds to help communities recover from prior disasters and improve their ability to withstand and recover more quickly from future disasters, hazards, and shocks. Additionally, Rockefeller is providing technical assistance and training workshops to help applicants consider future risks and vulnerabilities in planning and decision-making, and assist them in applying for future HUD funding. While distinct, these two agencies work together to help communities better understand their risks and identify ways in which they can protect the long-term well-being and safety of their residents.
The City of Minot received $74 million from HUD and over $1 million in community leverage funds to help the city recover and grow more resilient for the future. The areas of the toolbar above, provide details on Action Plans, performance reporting, policies, and other relevant information.
NDR Program Goals
- Prepare and Implement Additional Property Acquisition
- Establish a "Public Gathering Space" within the community
- Develop and implement a "Vulnerable Population Action Plan"
- Create more Affordable Housing and Resilient Neighborhoods
- Create a Souris River Decision Support Tool