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Parish Recovery Proposal Templates and Documents

Submit and track your parish proposal online:

Online Parish Proposal Entry System 

Parish Recovery Proposal Forms:

Parish Recovery Proposal Form

Parish Recovery Proposal Form for Applications Less Than $1.5 Million

Parish-Implemented Housing, Infrastructure (including municipalities program) and Economic Development projects

 

$17.4 Million Fisheries Program

Fisheries Grant Program Guidelines and Application for Commercial Fishermen and Vessel Owners
(Posted May 28, 2010)

Fisheries Grant Program Guidelines and Application for Wholesale Dealer Brokers (Posted May 28, 2010)

 

$50 million Competitive Affordable Rental Program:

As required by the 2008 federal disaster supplemental bill, at least 11.2% of the state's overall allocation of funding for recovery from hurricanes Gustav and Ike has been dedicated to affordable rental housing programs. The Affordable Rental Program will consist of two approaches: competitive rental programs and direct allocation to the five entitlement parishes most affected by the 2008 storms. Both programs will provide assistance for the development, rehabilitation and rebuilding of affordable rental housing.

Affordable Rental Program (Competitive) Guidelines (Revised 3-5-10)

Please note that the Technical Assistance period for the Affordable Rental Program ended on April 23.
Affordable Rental Program (Competitive) Frequently Asked Questions (Final Version 4-23-10)

Affordable Rental Program (Competitive) Application (Revised 3-31-10)
*The application period for the Affordable Rental Program ended May 7, 2010. Due to the volume of applications, the review period has been extended to July 30, with announcements of awards being made the week of August 16, 2010.


$10 million competitive comprehensive resiliency program:

ADDED Feb. 18, 2010: Comprehensive Resiliency Program Guidelines

Comprehensive Resiliency Program Frequently Asked Questions

Gustav / Ike Piggyback Program:

Program Guidelines (Revised 4-23-10)

 Parish Recovery Information:

If you need more information or require further technical assistance, please contact your parish representative

Parish Planning Resources

Parish Sub-Proposals for Housing, Infrastructure and Economic Development projects

Approved Parish Recovery Proposals:

Terrebonne



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