Plans & Reports
Click on a program’s name to see a list of policies, forms and other documents related to that program.
National Disaster Resilience Plans and Reports
Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Action Plan and Amendments
The State’s CDBG-DR Action Plan was approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on April 29, 2013. This plan and its amendments detail how the State is spending the $4.17 billion it received in CDBG-DR funds for eligible Superstorm Sandy disaster recovery, rebuilding, economic revitalization, and infrastructure activities in the most impacted and distressed areas.
New Jersey CDBG-DR Action Plan, incorporating amendments 1-3
Action Plan Amendments
Action Plan Amendment Number 24 – Non-Substantial Amendment for the Exclusion of Expenditures Associated with the Rebuild by Design (RBD), Hudson River Project from the Overall Low- to Moderate-Income (LMI) Benefit Calculation
Action Plan Amendment Number 23 – Non-Substantial Amendment that Clarifies the Distribution of Funds in the Non-Federal Cost Share (Match) Program
Action Plan Amendment Number 22 – Substantial Amendment for the Rebuild by Design Meadowlands Project.
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Action Plan Amendment Number 21 – Substantial Amendment Transferring Funds to the Blue Acres Buyout Program from the Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation Program, the Landlord Rental Repair Program and the Unsafe Structures Demolition Program and Transferring Funds to the Fund for Restoration of Multifamily Housing.
Action Plan Amendment Number 20 – Substantial Amendment for the Final Design of Rebuild by Design Hudson River Project.
Action Plan Amendment Number 19 – Substantial Amendment for Expanding Eligible Applicants to the Energy Resilience Bank to Include For-Profit and Private Utility Critical Facilities.
Action Plan Amendment Number 18 – Substantial Amendment for Transferring Funds to the Stronger NJ Business Loans Program, Transferring Funds to the Rental Assistance Program, and Clarifying Potential Uses of CDBG-DR Program Income.
Action Plan Amendment Number 17– Non-Substantial Amendment for Financial and Performance Projections.
Action Plan Amendment Number 16 – Substantial Amendment for Transferring Funds from the Homeowner Resettlement Program, the Neighborhood Enhancement Program and the Essential Services Grant Program to the LMI Homeowners Rebuilding Program.
Action Plan Amendment Number 15 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Consolidation for Reporting Purposes of the Administration Funds Assigned to Programs into the General “Administration” Category.
Action Plan Amendment Number 14 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Clarification to Economic Revitalization related to Program Income and Clarification to the Definition of Structures “Not Suitable for Rehabilitation.” Submitted February 5, 2015, awaiting HUD approval.
Action Plan Amendment Number 13 – Substantial Amendment for the transfer of Sandy CDBG-DR funds.
Action Plan Amendment Number 12 – Substantial Amendment for the third allocation of CDBG-DR funds: Rebuild by Design.
Action Plan Amendment Number 11 – Substantial Amendment for the third allocation of CDBG-DR funds.
Action Plan Amendment 10 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Financial and Performance Projections, Inclusive of the Second CDBG-DR Allocation – Action Plan Amendment #7.
Action Plan Amendment 9 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Modification to the LMI Homeowners Rebuilding Program related to prioritization of funds for manufactured housing units; Clarification to the Blue Acres Buyout Program related to definition of eligible residential properties; Definition of program funds related to case management; and Clarification of green building standard for residential housing.
Action Plan Amendment 8 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Clarification to Direct Loans for Impacted Small Businesses and Modification to Homeowner RREM Program related to Substantial Damage Documentation.
Action Plan Amendment 7 – Substantial Amendment for the Second Allocation of CDBG-DR Funds.
Action Plan Amendment 6 – Transfer of Funds from the Landlord Incentive Program to the Supportive Services Program and Creation of the Lead Hazard Reduction Program
Action Plan Amendment 5 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Clarification to Supportive Services Program, Clarification to Neighborhood and Community Revitalization Program related to CDFIs, and Clarification to Sandy Special Needs Housing Fund.
Action Plan Amendment 4 – Substantial Amendment for the Transfer of Sandy CDBG-DR Funds.
Action Plan Amendment 3 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Clarification to Code Enforcement Program, Clarification of Resettlement Program Damage Validation, Update of Government Entities in the Supportive Services Program, Inclusion of Reimbursement in Rental Housing and Economic Revitalization Programs, and Clarification of Listed Entities in the Neighborhood and Community Revitalization Program.
Action Plan Amendment 2 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Submission of Financial and Performance Projections.
Action Plan Amendment 1 – Non-Substantial Amendment for Modified Elevation Requirements, Clarification to the Selection for the RREM Program, Revision of Eligible Activity in the Pre-Development Fund for Affordable Rental Housing Program, Revision of the Neighborhood and Community Revitalization Program, Description of Administering Agency, and Clarification to the FEMA Match for Public Assistance Program.
Superstorm Sandy Quarterly Performance Reports
Citizen Participation Plan
Superstorm Sandy Language Access Plan (LAP)
Voluntary Compliance Agreement Quarterly Reports
Sandy CDBG-DR Section 3
Sandy Blue Acres Buyout Program
National Disaster Resilience Plans and Reports
The State of New Jersey received $15 million in National Disaster Resilience funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD) to support the creation of regional resiliency planning programs that will assist flood-prone regions
and communities in better addressing their increased flooding risk. The New Jersey National Disaster Resilience application,
which HUD approved in January 2016, describes in detail the State’s proposed use of the funding, which involves helping
communities assess their repetitive flooding challenges and then develop workable solutions that can be implemented to counter
National Disaster Resilience Action Plan
New Jersey NDR DRGR Action Plan
National Disaster Resilience Quarterly Performance Reports
National Disaster Resilience Performance Report 2Q 2017
National Disaster Resilience Performance Report 3Q 2017
Awarded Contracts Appendix to National Disaster Resilience Performance Report 3Q 2017