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FHWA Emergency Relief Program and Resilience

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) developed this document to clarify that program funds provided through the Emergency Relief (ER) Program may be used to rebuild more resiliently in ways that will prevent damage from future extreme weather events. The FHWA-ER program provides funding for the repair or reconstruction of Federal-aid highways that have experienced major damage from natural disasters or other externally-caused catastrophic failures.

Related Organizations: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

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USDOT Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Program

The Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Program (TA Set-Aside; formerly known as Transportation Alternatives Program, or TAP) is administered by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and helps states fund a variety of activities related to improving transportation assets, including on- and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, environmental mitigation, and creating or improving recreational trails projects. 

Related Organizations: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

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The Kresge Foundation

The Kresge Foundation is a $3. 1 billion private, national foundation headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, in the suburb community of Troy. The Foundation partners with those committed to the needs of poor individuals and communities, including small, mid-size and large nonprofit organizations, intermediaries, and the public and private sectors.   Kresge has seven programs -- Arts and Culture, Community Development, Detroit, Education, Environment, Health, and Human Services -- each with long-term goals and strategies to guide grantmaking and investing.

 

 

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Surdna Foundation

The Surdna Foundation seeks to foster sustainable communities, which are guided by principles of social justice and distinguished by healthy environments, strong local economies, and thriving cultures.

 

 

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Cleveland Climate Action Fund

2015

Cleveland, Ohio was awarded $60,000 through the Partners for Places program, to support the establishment of a model for developing and funding equitable neighborhood climate action projects, that will reduce carbon emissions and help build thriving and healthy communities. The Fund provides free educational climate action workshops and competitive grant opportunities for projects that advance neighborhood priorities while also furthering Cleveland’s climate action goals.

Related Organizations: Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, City of Cleveland, Office of Sustainability, City of Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Foundation, Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN)

Author or Affiliated User: Matthew Gray

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Virginia Shoreline Resiliency Fund

April 20, 2016

In 2016, the Commonwealth of Virginia established the Virginia Shoreline Resiliency Fund (Virginia Code § 10. 1-603. 25), a revolving loan fund for local governments to "help residents and businesses that are subject to recurrent flooding as confirmed by a locality-certified floodplain manager. " The fund is administered by the Virginia Department of Emergency Management. This Fund was amended and supplanted in 2020 by a broader version of the law, the Virginia Community Flood Preparedness Fund.

Related Organizations: State of Virginia

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Southeast Sustainable Communities Fund

April 20, 2017

The Southeast Sustainable Communities Fund (SSCF) supports local communities in the southeastern United States to advance climate adaptation and social equity in local government policy, plans or programs. Grants have been awarded to City and County governments and local partnerships to create socially equitable sustainable energy and/or water initiatives. The fund invested $1. 5 million in 2017 for six projects, and has allocated nearly $1. 8 million in 2018 in support of six more sustainability projects in the Southeast that are addressing climate change impacts, to be implemented across 2019 - 2020.

Related Organizations: Southeast Sustainability Directors’ Network

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CIRCA Matching Funds Program - Connecticut

This funding program from the Connecticut Institute for Resilience & Climate Adaptation (CIRCA) provides up to $100,000 to Connecticut municipalities, universities, and other organizations for projects assisting Connecticut towns and cities climate change adaptation and resilience.

Related Organizations: Connecticut Institute for Resilience & Climate Adaptation (CIRCA)

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Funding Navigation for California Communities

Funding Navigation for California Communities is an online portal for funding opportunities directed at local governments of California. Grants and other funding resources are categorized under seven project types, and those addressing climate adaptation and resiliency are primarily found under the categories of Drinking Water, Parks, Stormwater, and Wastewater Management. Funding opportunities are profiled for adaptation projects related to water desalination, drought preparedness, restoration of natural floodplains and wetlands, urban and community forestry, green infrastructure, rainwater and stormwater capture and reuse, and adapting water infrastructure systems to climate change, among others.

Related Organizations: Local Government Commission (LGC)

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Partners for Places Funding Program

2012

The Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities and the Urban Sustainability Director’s Network (USDN) co-founded the Partners for Places program (P4P). P4P is a matching grant program that supports initiatives with local government sustainability leaders and local funders to integrate climate preparedness, sustainability, and carbon reduction in U. S. and Canada communities.   The fund grants up to $1,000,000 annually; and grants range between $25,000 and $150,000. A 1:1 match is required from local place-based foundations.

Related Organizations: Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN), Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities

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