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On Sept. 21, 2016, the City of Minot entered into a grant agreement with HUD, awarding the city roughly $74 million as a part of a National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC). A lot has been accomplished in the past year.
On Sept. 21, 2016, the City of Minot entered into a grant agreement with HUD, awarding the city roughly $74 million as a part of a National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC). A lot has happened in the past year.
This Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) was awarded to help Minot become a more resilient city. HUD approved the city’s scaled phase two NDRC application which included the following activities: Acquisition, Relocation Services, Demolition, Ecological Restoration guide book, Souris River Decision Support Tool, Multifamily Affordable Rental Housing, Single-family Affordable Housing, Downtown Public Gathering Space, Family Homeless Shelter, Affordable Housing Neighborhood Master Plan, Center for Technical Education, Minot Affordable Housing Supply and Demand Study, Benefit Cost Analysis and IMPLAN Economic Model, and City of Minot Administration. These activities are included in the four categories below:
Souris River Decision Support Tool
Build Affordable Resilient Neighborhoods
Multifamily Affordable Rental Housing
Single-Family Affordable Housing
Downtown Gathering Space
Benefit Cost Analysis and IMPLAN Economic Model
City of Minot Administration.
There were 13 awardees that were granted CDBG money through the National Disaster Resilience Competition, and Minot is ahead of the rest of the grantees in terms of performing its agreed upon activities. To date, the city has spent $3.2 million of the CDBG-NDR funds, bringing the remainder of funds to approximately $71 million, which have an expenditure deadline of Sept. 30, 2022.