National Disaster Resilience Competition

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) National Disaster Resilience Competition makes $1 billion available to communities that have been struck by natural disasters in recent years. Minot is one of 40 communities that were invited to participate in Phase II, out of an initial 67 that applied. Selected projects will be funded from a total pool of nearly $1 billion. $181 million is set aside for projects in New York and New Jersey. The maximum grant award available at the end of Phase 2 will be $500 million and the minimum will be $1 million.
January 19th, 2016 WE WON! The City of Minot had been awarded $74.3 Million in the National Disaster Resilience Competition.
Read the full story here.
Check out the documentary that The Rockefeller Foundation produced on the City of Minot's "road to resilience"!

Watch the video below to see how the process of competing in the NDRC has helped shape the future of the City of Minot.


View a condensed version of the NDRC Phase II presentation given by City Manager Lee Staab below!