Policies and Procedures
Public Document Request
Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funding documents are available to the public. If you would like to review a document, click here.
Citizen Participation Plan
The Citizen Participation Plan seeks to encourage the participation of citizens in the development of the Disaster Recovery Action Plan, any amendments to the Action Plan and any performance reports. To view the amended plan in its entirety, click here.
Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery - 2012 Allocation (DR 1)
The CDBG-DR Action Plan is a comprehensive plan the City of Tuscaloosa created to outline the recovery projects funded through a Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery. Housing assistance, business recovery funding and the City Walk are just a few of the projects undertaken for the recovery process. Check out what's in store for the future of Tuscaloosa!
Quarterly Progress Report (January - March 2018)
Amendments to CDBG-DR 1 Action Plan - 2012 Allocation
Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery - 2013 Allocation (DR 2)
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development allocated an additional $43.9 million in Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery funding to the City of Tuscaloosa for long-term recovery, to promote economic revitalization and to restore housing and infrastructure.
The Action Plan is currently under review by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. More details are available in the Action Plan below.
Quarterly Progress Report (April-June 2015)
Quarterly Progress Report Contracting Reporting Template (April-June 2015)
Quarterly Progress Report Contracting Template (January-March 2018)
Amendments to CDBG-DR 2 Action Plan - 2013 Allocation
Amendment 20 (Substantial)
Amendment 21 (Non-Substantial)
Amendment 22 (Substantial)
Todo material contenido en la página web de recuperación está disponible en español y otros idiomas bajo petición. Por favor llame al 205-248-5700 para asistencia.
All material contained on the recovery webpage is available in Spanish and other languages upon request. Please call 205-248-5700 for assistance.