The Land Office's Community Development and Revitalization Program manages a number of non-housing activities that include infrastructure projects, economic
development and long-term planning.
The non-housing activities are grouped into three main subprograms: Economic Development, Infrastructure, and Planning. More information about qualification, eligiblity and implementation is provided for each subprogram area below.
The Economic Development program provides funding to create
and retain jobs in disaster-affected areas to sustain long-term recovery.
The Infrastructure program
assists communities to recover from disasters by funding public facility
projects such as roads and bridges, flood and drainage improvements,
community centers/shelters, fire stations, and emergency back-up generators.