For Suwannee County, Florida

Published on September 2, 2021

Suwannee County, Florida anticipates applying for Rebuild Florida General Infrastructure Program funding provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to support long-term mitigation efforts by assisting the State of Florida and its local governments in minimizing or eliminating the risks and reducing losses from future disasters. This program is being administered by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) through the Community Development Block Grant – Mitigation General Infrastructure Program (CDBG-MIT GIP). The total allocation for the CDBG-MIT GIP Round II funding is $175,000,000 with a minimum funding request of $2,000,000 per application. No local match is required to apply for the funding.

Suwannee County, Florida anticipates submitting an application for an approximate total of $5,000,000 in funding through the CDBG-MIT GIP Round II. The project is as follows:

Local Road Rehabilitation/Reconstruction and Drainage Improvements

In accordance with guidance provided by HUD, the public input requirement for this program includes the option to post information about the proposed funding projects on a public website with a 14-day public comment period. Please forward any comments or questions to Shannon Roberts, Content Management/Administration, Suwannee County, Florida, (386) 364-3400, [email protected].  Comments must be submitted by 9/16/2021. NOTE: A copy of this post and any public comments received will be provided to DEO as part of the funding application.

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