Hurricane Michael State Recovery Grant Program Funding ...

Hurricane Michael State Recovery Grant Program Funding ...

Dial-In Toll Free Number: 1-888-585-9008 Participant Number: 189579848 Start Time: 10:30 am EST THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Hurricane Michael State Recovery Grant Program Funding Opportunity Presented by Bureau Chief Amanda Campen Rebuilding Together

THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Overview The FDEM, Bureau of Recovery, will implement and release funds for hurricane repair and recovery related to Hurricane Michael Projects should have insufficient federal funds, private funds, or insurance proceeds available to repair and recover to their pre-disaster state. THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Overview (continued) Hurricane

Michael Repair and Recovery funding includes Resources to fund mitigation of local and county revenue losses and operating deficient Infrastructure repair and replacement Beach renourishment Debris removal THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Overview (continued) Funds shall not be used for matching purposes No duplication of funding benefits Consulting and Administrative fees are not eligible THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Who Can Apply? Local Governmen t

County Governmen t School Boards THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Charter Schools Ineligible Entities

For this grant program, the following are not eligible to apply: Non-Charter School Private-Non-Profit (PNP) Houses of Worship THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Eligible Counties? Bay Calhoun Franklin Gadsden

Gulf Hamilton Holmes Jackson Jefferson Leon Liberty Madison Okaloosa Suwannee Taylor Wakulla

Walton Washington THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT What is an Allowable Activity? Local or County Revenue Loss Local or County Operating Deficits Infrastructure Repair and/or Replacement Building, Road, Bridge, Etc. Beach Renourishment / Recreational Facilities Debris Removal THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

What Is Not Allowable? Not Allowable Consulting Fees Administrative Fees Projects currently pending obligation, obligated, or in appeals with FEMA NOTE: Should sufficient funds subsequently become available to meet the need of the original budget amendment, the local government or entity agrees to reimburse the state in the amount of such funds subsequently received. THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT How Much Can My Entity Ask For? Proposed projects must be at least $500,000.00 and not exceed $10 million.

If you have multiple projects that are logically related can be combined to reach minimum Proposals must be in line with the allowable activities of the program in order be considered for funding. THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Proposal Components Point of Contact for Project Detailed Scope of Work, including a timeline for project completion Overall Cost for the Project Line-by-Line Expense Listing Narrative or Data on Impacts to the Community Existing Procurement Policy, if applicable

Bids, Tabulations, Advertisements, etc. Existing Insurance Policy, if applicable Proof that project is ineligible for FEMA Public Assistance (PA) Funding Certification letter stating project is not eligible for insurance proceeds THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT How Do I Apply? Proposals must be emailed to the Division at: [email protected] no later than end of day on October 1, 2019 (11:59 pm EST). Eligible applicants must

submit a proposal, outlining an eligible activity The proposal must detail the project for which the applicant intends to use the grants funds THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Applicant Responsibilities Include all proposal components Ensure proposal activity is an allowable activity

Check proposal for completeness, accuracy, quality, and readability Verify formatting when converting to PDF Be certain any tables, charts, or images are properly converted Ensure proposal is submitted before the deadline FDEM is not responsible for any proposal submitted after the deadline Proposals received after the deadline will not be considered for review or funding THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT How Will Projects Initially Be Evaluated? Administrative review to verify:

Applicant Eligibility Eligible Activities THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT If either of the two criteria are not met, the proposal is ineligible

Panel Review Eligible proposals will be rated for the overall impact in the following areas: Benefit to the Local Community Benefit to the Region Benefit to the State Functioning as Critical Infrastructure

Public Need for Service/Structure THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Proposal Recommendation Upon completion of the evaluation, the panel will make a recommendation to the Division Director All funding decisions of the Director are final

THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Applicants will receive written notification via email of the funding decision What if My Proposal Receives Funding? Applicants will receive written notification via email of the funding decision All awards in response to this funding opportunity are subject to the availability of funds and spending authority provided by the Florida Legislature After awards are made, each applicant must sign a funding

agreement of the grant award process THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Questions? THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Contacts Kimberly Schoffel Grant Manager [email protected] Jennifer Drake

Grant Supervisor [email protected] Melissa Shirah Deputy Bureau Chief of Recovery [email protected] Amanda Campen Bureau Chief of Recovery [email protected] Kevin Guthrie Division Deputy Director [email protected]

Jared Moskowitz Division Director [email protected] THE FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

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