Civix Selected by Baldwin County for Planning Phase of CDBG-DR 

Civix has been chosen by Baldwin County to help plan for what it expects will be $44 million in Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funding to support housing, infrastructure, economic development, and mitigation activities related to the county’s long-term recovery from the impact of Hurricanes Sally and Zeta in 2020. 

During the planning phase, Civix will support outreach and engagement efforts, analyze unmet recovery needs, assess programming options, and formulate potential projects. The process will culminate in the development of a Local Recovery Plan that reflects the County’s recovery priorities, accounts for stakeholder input, and outlines activities for CDBG-DR funding.  

“At Civix, we understand the importance of leveraging recovery as an opportunity not only to rebuild but to build back better,” said Ted Guillot, Vice President, Civix. “Through our expertise in HUD grants, including CDBG-DR, CDBG-MIT, and others, we are committed to guiding Baldwin County towards a more resilient future. We tailor solutions to address the unique needs of each community, ensuring efficient, compliant, and effective planning and grant management.” 

This approach has earned Civix a reputation as being innovative while delivering meaningful results. The multidisciplinary team has proven this time and again through the development of actionable plans, management of numerous large-scale projects, and administration and implementation of nearly $28 billion in federal grants. 

“For Baldwin County, we will leverage our experience assisting state and local governments in recovering from some of the most significant disasters in U.S. history,” he said. “We are honored to partner with Baldwin County on its journey towards recovery and resilience.” 

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