Texas Coastal Resiliency Master Plan

Summary

 In support of the Texas General Land Office’s legislative authorization to restore, enhance and protect the state’s coastal natural resources, the Texas Coastal Resiliency Master Plan (Plan) will provide a framework for community, socio-economic, ecologic and infrastructure protection from coastal hazards, including short-term direct impact (e.g., flooding, storm surge) and long-term gradual impacts (e.g., erosion, habitat loss).

Basics

Coast Wide

N/A

Texas General Land Office

$3,934,563

Classification

• CMP 309
• Federal

Planning, Study, Data Collection

Timeline

04/01/16

Completed

09/30/17

2019

Funding Sources

Source 1

Community Development Block Grant Program

Primary

Federal

$975,528

2017

Source 2

Community Development Block Grant Program

Primary

Federal

$1,300,000

Source 3

Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act (GOMESA)

Primary

Federal

$1,117,730

2017

Source 4

16-302

Coastal Management Program (CMP)

Secondary

Federal

$309,079

19

2015

Source 5

Coastal Management Program (CMP)

Secondary

Federal

$232,232