The Community Development Block Grant disaster recovery program oversees nonhousing activities, which include infrastructure repairs, equipment acquisition and installation, as well as economic development. It is the largest public works program in Texas history, with more than 3,000 expected project sites. The local services are provided by firms specializing in design engineering, grant administration, and environmental services. It is estimated that over 4,800 jobs will be supported by this program.
Grantees – The Land Office awards project funding to hundreds of local communities, referred to as grantees, to administer nonhousing projects in their area. Lists of Round 1 and Round 2.1 grantees are included on the right side of this page.
Forms/Publications – Grantees must adhere to a number of federal and state regulations for the nonhousing program. Learn More