For any state agency with land assets, especially departments of transportation, having an accurate, complete, and easy-to-use map is essential.
HUD has extended a unique opportunity to grantees of the 2020 CDBG-DR allocation. They can now access funding for administrative costs earlier than usual.
CDBG-DR grantees have a short timeframe to demonstrate they are prepared to administer the federal recovery funding.
Civix has been named to the 2022 GovTech 100, the fifth consecutive year.
Billions of dollars will begin flowing into states’ transportation, broadband, utilities and other infrastructure projects now that President Biden has signed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law.
According to CAL FIRE, warmer spring and summer temperatures, reduced snowpack, and earlier spring snowmelt are creating longer and more severe dry seasons. In fact, the length of the fire season is estimated to have increased by as much as 75 days in many areas of the Sierra Nevada, the forested mountains that flank California’s eastern border.
To help speed up recovery and leverage federal funding for greater impact, Civix experts developed an action timeline to guide state and local governments on what to do during three critical 30-day periods and beyond.
In the midst of the devastating destruction wrought by Hurricane Ida a few weeks ago, there is some good news that dramatically demonstrates the powerful benefits of smart resilience planning and construction.
2017’s Hurricane Maria resulted in at least 2,975 deaths and approximately $90 billion in damage, making it one of the deadliest and costliest hurricanes in U.S. history.