NDRC Grant Information

Mayor Mitch Landrieu was joined by Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards and City, State, and Federal officials to celebrate the City of New Orleans award of $141.3 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)’s National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC) external link external link. HUD’s competition is designed to help state and local communities recover from past disasters while improving their ability to withstand future extreme events through strategic community investments.

New Orleans was one of only 13 jurisdictions out of 67 eligible applicants to be awarded funding from the NDRC and received the second largest amount nationally.

New Orleans’ winning proposal – Reshaping the Urban Delta – calls for the creation of the city’s first comprehensive resilience district in Gentilly with projects that invest in innovative and creative solutions so that the people, culture and infrastructure can thrive. A focus on Gentilly presents opportunities to leverage existing projects, to reduce flood risk and to support the area’s recovery and revitalization.

National Disaster Resilience (NDR) Grant Action Plan & Amendments

NDR Substantial Amendment No. 1- Approved

NDR Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs)

NDR Grant Performance Reports (QPR)

NDR Grant Contracts

CNO Procurement Information

Citizen Complaints for NDR Grant Funds and Projects

Citizen Participation & Compliance for NDR Grant Funds and Projects

Labor Standards and Civil Rights Compliance Information