The Department of Water Resources (DWR) has three grants under the Flood Emergency Response Projects Grants Program. The Delta Emergency Communications Equipment grant was awarded in 2012. The Flood Emergency Response Projects – Statewide grant (first round) was awarded in September 2013. Additional funding was made available for a second round of Statewide grants, which was awarded in September 2015. The Flood Emergency Response Projects – Delta grant application period closed in September 2013 and final funding awards are also displayed below.
Grants for Flood Emergency Response Projects
DWR has made more funding available for the Flood Emergency Response Projects grants. The original amount of $5 million was increased to $10 million in early 2013, and another $5 million was added in mid-2013. $10 million in funding has been awarded for statewide projects and Delta communications equipment, while the remaining $5 million has been recommended for projects in the legal Delta. An additional $5 million is available for the second round of Statewide grants. This increase in funding represents DWR’s strong commitment to improving flood preparedness and response at the local level throughout the state.
Here is the funding breakdown:
|Statewide: Second Round (outside legal Delta)||$5 million (Prop 84)||Awards were completed in September 2015.|
|Delta||$5 million (Prop. 1E)||Awards were completed in June 2014.|
|Statewide: First Round
(outside legal Delta)
|$5 million (Prop. 84)||Awards were completed in September 2013.|
|Delta Emergency Communication||$5 million (Prop 84)||Awards were completed in 2012.|