This page contains all Action Plans and amendments associated with the City of Springfield National Disaster Resilience Program / CDBG-NDR.
Esta página contiene todos los Planes de Acción y enmiendas asociados con el Programa Nacional de Resiliencia ante Desastres de la Ciudad de Springfield (CDBG-NDR). Para obtener copias de estos documentos en español, comuníquese con Julisa Davila-Ramos at firstname.lastname@example.org
The City is posting an update to CDBG-NDR funding that will reallocate existing fundings within existing line items. This action does not require a substantial amendment.
The City of Springfield, through the Office of Disaster Recovery & Compliance has prepared a DRAFT SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT #2 for the National Disaster Recovery Grant - CDBG-NDR. This amendment makes changes to the Watershops Dam Project and the Brooking School Solar Power Project. You may click here to view Substantial Amendment #2.
The City of Springfield has completed Substantial Amendment #1 to the CDBG-NDR Action Plan. This amendment will expand the geographical eligibility criteria for participants in the IT Workforce Training Program, Healthy Homes/Construction Workforce Training Program, Citizen Science Initiative and the Citizen Tree Stewart Program. This amendment You may click here to view the City's Amendment to the CDBG-NDR Phase II Application/Action Plan.
The City has submitted non-substantial amendment #5 to HUD. This modification removes the requirement for DevelopSpringfield to include the Innovation Cafe at the Innovation Center. The Innovation Cafe will be replaced with low/no cost pop-up retail space for new entrepreneaurs and Berkshire Bank will utilize a portion of the space to provide financial technical support and financial literacy to VVM associated businesses and will assist them in accessing and obtaining business start-up capital. Click here to view this modification.
The City submtited a non-substantial amendment to HUD to utilize the Elimination of Slum/Blight National Objective for the Healthy Homes Program. Click here to view this document.
The City has submitted Non-Substantial Amendment #3 to HUD. This modifcation makes alterations to the job training national objectives. Click here to view this document.
The City of Springfield submitted minor amendment #2 to the City's NDR Phase II application to rename the project "Healthy Homes Rehabilitation Program" to "Healthy Homes Program". The request seeks to amend language to include owner-occupied housing into the project in order to expand the impact of the program. Click here to view minor amendment #2.
HUD approved minor amendment #1 to the City's NDRC Phase II application to extend of the completion of the climate change plan from 12/31/2016 to 06/30/2017.
Click here to view minor amendment #1.
Click here to view HUD's approval notice.
HUD approved the expenditure deadline extension request to the City's NDRC Phase II application to extend the expenditure deadline to 09/30/2022.
Click here to view the expenditure deadline extension request.
Click here to view HUD's approval notice.
HUD recently approved the action plan for the City of Springfield's National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC). In order to the view the approval letter, please click here.
The City recently released its Residential Anti-displacement and Relocation Assistance Plan as required by HUD. Please click here to view the plan.
On October 27, 2015 the City submitted a National Disaster Resilience Competition Phase II Application to HUD. To review the application you may click here.
On March 27, 2015 the City submitted a National Disaster Resilience Competition Phase I Application to HUD. To review the application you may click here.
The City has released a DRAFT Phase II application for public comment. To view the Phase II application click here.
Public comments may be submitted until October 23, 2015 at 4pm to Tina Quagliato in the Office of Disaster Recovery & Compliance at email@example.com or via phone at (413)750-2114.
The City of Springfield has published it's draft application for National Disaster Resilience Competition for a fifteen (15) day public comment period. The public comment period begins on March 10, 2015 and ends on March 24, 2015 at 4:00 pm.
Comments may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like more informaiton on the Phase 1 National Disaster Resilience Grant Application Draft please contact Julisa Davila-Ramos by calling 413-886-5197 or email at email@example.com
Si deseas obtener mas informacion sobra la Primera Fase de la Solicitud de la Subvencion del Concurso de Resiliencia Nacional por favor pongase en contacto con Julisa Davila-Ramos al 413-886-5197 o por correo eletronico a firstname.lastname@example.org.
The draft application may also be viewed at the following locations:
- Office of Disaster Recovery & Compliance (36 Court Street)
- Office of Housing (1600 E. Columbus Avenue)
- Office of Community Development (1600 E. Columbus Avenue)
- Office of Planning & Economic Development (70 Tapley Street)
- Office of Neighborhoods (70 Tapley Street)