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Delaware Database for Funding Resilient Communities

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Using the Database

Guide for using the online database for identifiying funding assistance for community resiliency projects

The Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at the University of Delaware, with support from Delaware Coastal Programs, conducted an extensive search of financial assistance programs that support the implementation of resiliency-building plans and projects in Delaware and compiled the findings into an accessible and intuitive online searchable database.

While planning and technical assistance programs were identified and included, IPA’s search prioritized financial assistance programs that support the implementation of high-cost activities such as infrastructure improvements, facility retrofitting, construction, and land acquisition.

For additional information, review the database fact sheet or watch the video tutorial.

Search Results



Asset Management Incentive Program <p>​Planning, infrastructure upgrades<br></p><p>​Grants<br></p><p>Up to $100,000 per municipality, and up to $200,000 for combined wastewater and drinking water facilities.</p>asset-management-incentive-program
Clean Water State Revolving Fund <p>Dependant on subprogram </p><p>Grants, loans<br></p><p>Dependant on subprogram</p>clean-water-state-revolving-fund
Coastal Program<p>Infrastructure upgrades, species protection, habitat restoration, planning, wetland protection</p><p>​Grants, technical assistance <br></p><p>Under $100,000<br></p>coastal-program
Coastal Resilience Grant Program<p>​Infrastructure upgrades, disaster preparedness, disaster recovery, wetland protection, habitat restoration, vulnerability assessments, planning, stormwater management, storm-proofing retrofits<br></p><p>​Grants requiring a 1:1 match.<br></p><p>​$100,000 to $3,000,000<br></p>coastal-resilience-grant-program
Coastal and Marine Habitat Restoration Project<p>​Habitat restoration, species protection, wetland protection, planning</p><p>​Grants, technical assistance<br></p><p>$75,000 to $3 million over one to three years.<br></p>coastal-marine-habitat-restoration-project
Community Environmental Project Fund<p>​Habitat restoration, infrastructure upgrades, planning, species protection, stormwater management, wetland protection <br></p><p>​Grants requiring a 25% match.<br></p><p>​Up to $20,000<br></p>community_environmental_project_fund
Community Facilities Direct Loan & Grant Program<p>​Infrastructure upgrades, disaster preparedness, planning, property acquisition/easements </p><p>Grants can fund a maximum of 75% of eligible project costs, Loan interest rates are set by Rural Development. </p><p>Unspecified<br></p>community-facilities-direct-loan-grant-program
Community Water Quality Improvement Grant<p>​Habitat restoration, wetland protection, stormwater management, planning<br></p><p>​Grants requiring a 25% match<br></p><p>​$25,000-$75,000<br></p>community-water-quality-improvement-grant
Community-Based Marine Debris Removal Grant Program<p>​Habitat restoration, species protection, wetland protection, education</p><p>​Grants requiring a 100% non-federal match, though match requirements can be waived or decreased if the applicant can prove that they have no reasonable means available to meet the matching requirement and that the probable benefit of the proposed project outweighs the necessity of the matching requirement.<br></p><p>​$50,000 to $150,000</p>community-based-marine-debris-removal-grant
Conservation Finance Services<p>Planning<br></p><p>​Technical assistance</p><p>Not applicable for this service. <br></p>conservation-finance-services
Delaware Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network<p>​Emergency aid, disaster preparedness, disaster recovery<br></p><p>Technical assistance, mutual aid <br></p><p>​Unspecified</p>de-water-wastewater-agency-response-network
Electric Infrastructure Loan and Loan Guarantee Program<p>​​​Renewable energy, infrastructure upgrades, energy conservation​​</p><p>​Loans<br></p><p>Loan guarantees can finance 100% of construction costs. Generally, repayment may not exceed the useful life of the facility being financed, with a maximum repayment schedule of 35 years. </p>electric-infrastructure-loan-and-loan-guarantee
Emergency Community Water Assistance Grant Program<p>​Disaster preparedness, disaster recovery, emergency aid, infrastructure upgrades, planning</p><p>Grants</p><p dir="ltr">Up to $150,000 for water transmission line grants for construction of waterline extensions, repairs to existing water distribution lines, and related maintenance necessary to replenish water supply.</p><p dir="ltr">Up to $500,000 for water source grants for the construction of a new water source, intake and/or treatment facility</p>emergency-community-water-assistance-grant-program
Emergency Conservation Program<p>​Disaster recovery, emergency aid, stormwater management, Infrastructure updates, storm-proofing retrofits</p><p dir="ltr">Cost shares, technical assistance</p><p dir="ltr">Cost shares equal up to 75% of the eligible cost of restoring the loss, and up to 90% for limited resource farmers. Eligible cost is set by the County Committee on an annual basis. </p><p>The funding for ECP is determined by Congress. Up to 75% of the cost to implement emergency conservation practices can be provided, however the final amount is determined by the committee reviewing the application. Qualified limited resource producers may earn up to 90% cost-share. The FSA County Committee is able to approve applications up to $50,000 while $50,001 to $100,000 requires state committee approval. Amounts over $100,000 require the approval of the national FSA office. </p>emergency-conservation-program
Emergency Loan Program <p>​Disaster recovery, infrastructure upgrades, emergency aid, property acquisition/easements</p><p>​Loans</p><p>​Up to $500,000</p>emergency-loan-program
Emergency Management Performance Grant Program <p>Disaster preparedness, disaster recovery, planning, emergency aid, storm proofing retrofits, infrastructure updates, habitat restoration, education </p><p>​Grants requiring a 100% match<br></p><p>Funding ranges from hundreds of thousands to several millions of dollars.<br></p>emergency-management-performance-grant-program
Emergency Watershed Protection Program<p dir="ltr">Disaster recovery, disaster preparedness, storm-proofing retrofits, infrastructure upgrades, wetland protection, stormwater management, property acquisitions/easements</p><p>​Technical assistance, grants requiring a 25% match<br></p><p>Unspecified.<br></p>emergency-watershed-protection-program
Energy Assessment Program<p>​Renewable energy, infrastructure upgrades, energy conservation</p><p>Grants, ​Technical assistance<br></p><p>For nonprofit/government organizations, Energize Delaware covers 90% of audit cost; this can range from $250 if annual utility bills are less than $40,000 per year to $800 if they are greater than $60,000 per year. </p>energy-assessment-program
Farm Loan Program <p>Energy Conservation, infrastructure Updates, Renewable Energy <br></p><p>​Loans, Technical Assistance <br></p><p dir="ltr">Maximum of $400,000 per producer with a 2% fixed interest rate for energy efficiency and 3% for renewable energy projects. <br></p>farm-loan-program
Farm Program <p>​Energy Conservation, Infrastructure Updates, Renewable Energy <br></p><p>​Grants, loans, technical assistance <br></p><p>Grants up to a maximum of $100,000 per producer, and loans up to a maximum of $400,000 per producer.<br></p>farm-program
Five Star and Urban Waters Restoration Grant Program<p>​Habitat restoration, stormwater management, education, clean water initiatives, wetland protection, species protection, infrastructure updates<br></p><p>​Grants requiring a 50% non-federal match, technical assistance <br></p><p>​$20,000 to $50,000<br></p>five-star-and-urban-waters-restoration-program
Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant Program <p dir="ltr">Planning, stormwater management, disaster preparedness, storm-proofing retrofits, infrastructure upgrades, property acquisition/easements </p><p dir="ltr">​Grants, technical assistance</p><p dir="ltr">Grants require a 25% non-federal match. Small impoverished communities may be eligible for a federal cost share covering up to 90% of approved project costs.<br></p><p> </p><p>Up to $100,000 may be awarded to each applicant, with a maximum for $50,000 for a state plan and $25,000 for a local plan.</p><p> A maximum of 10% of awarded funds can be used for recipient management costs, and a maximum of 5% of awarded funds available for sub-recipient management costs.</p>flood-mitigation-assistance-grant-program
Green Infrastructure Loans<p>Energy conservation, infrastructure upgrades, storm-proofing retrofits, stormwater management, wetland protection <br></p><p>​Loans<br></p><p>Funding ranges from hundreds of thousands to several millions of dollars.<br></p>green-infrastructure-loans
Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns Grant Program<p>​Planning, Infrastructure Upgrades, Stormwater Management, Storm-Proofing Retrofits, Habitat Restoration <br></p><p>​Grant<br></p><p>​Up to $100,000<br></p>green-streets-green-jobs-green-towns
Hazard Mitigation Grant Program<p>Property acquisition/easement, disaster preparedness, disaster recovery, vulnerability assessment, planning, stormwater management, storm-proofing retrofits </p><p>​Grants requiring a 25% non-federal match. Small impoverished communities may receive a federal cost share of up to 90% of approved project costs. </p><p>​Funding is determined based on the total damages incurred by the community after a disaster. <br></p>hazard-mitigation-grant-program
Land Conservation Loan Program<p>​Property acquisition/easements, wetland protection, stormwater management</p><p>​Loans<br></p><p>Funding ranges from hundreds of thousands to several millions of dollars.<br></p>land-conservation-loan-program
Land Protection Transaction Services<p>​Land acquisition/easements</p><p>​Technical assistance<br></p><p>​Unspecified</p>land-protection-transaction-services
Large-Scale Empowerment Grant<p>​Energy Conservation, Renewable Energy<br></p><p>​Grant<br></p><p>​Maximum of $1,000,000<br></p>large-scale-empowerment-grant
Low-Interest Commercial Loan Program<p>Renewable energy, infrastructure upgrades, energy conservation</p><p>Loans</p><p>Loan amounts can range between $10,000 and $2,000,000 per project for businesses and are based on availability of funds. No more than $2,000,000 shall be outstanding to any one borrower. Interest rates will be determined by the Loan Committee and shall range between 50 and 120% of Municipal Bond Yields for 20 year bonds with AA rating.<br></p>low-interest-commercial-loan
National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program<p>​Habitat restoration, land acquisition/easements<br></p><p>​Grants<br></p><p>​Up to $1,000,000<br></p>national-coastal-wetlands-conservation-grant
National Flood Insurance Program Community Rating System<p>Disaster preparedness, planning, education, stormwater management</p><p>Technical assistance</p><p>Discounts range between 5% and 45%, depending on the number and extent of FEMA-identified floodplain management activities instituted by the community. </p>national-flood-insurance-program
Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Trails Program<p>​Property acquisition/easement, planning</p><p>​Grants, technical assisstance<br></p><p>Grants awarded to municipalities or counties require a 50% match, grants awarded to park districts require a 25% match.<br></p><p>$5,000 to $100,000<br></p>outdoor-recreation-parks-trails-program
Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program <p>​Habitat restoration, species protection, wetland protection, planning, disaster preparedness, infrastructure upgrades </p><p dir="ltr">Grants, technical assistance.​ </p><p dir="ltr">A match is not required, however the program aims to leverage a 50% cost share from landowners, local community groups and other local and national conservation organizations.</p><p>Up to $750,000. Typical awards do not exceed $25,000, but can be larger with special authorization.</p>partners-for-fish-and-wildlife-program
Pathways to Green Schools<p>​Stormwater management, renewable energy, energy conservation, infrastructure upgrades, education</p><p>​Grants, technical assistance</p><p>$500 to $2000</p>pathways-to-green-schools
Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant Program<p>Disaster preparedness, planning, education, property acquisition/easements, storm-proofing retrofits, stormwater management </p><p dir="ltr">Grants requiring a 25% non-federal match. Small impoverished communities may receive a federal cost share of up to 90% of approved project costs. </p><p dir="ltr">Up to $575,000</p>pre-disaster-mitigation-grant-program
Public Assistance Program<p>​Disaster recovery, storm-proofing retrofits, emergency aid, stormwater management, disaster preparedness, infrastructure upgrades </p><p>​Grants requiring a 25% non-federal match</p><p>​Unspecified </p>public-assistance-program
Publicly Owned Wastewater Treatment Projects<p>Infrastructure upgrades, energy conservation, stormwater management</p><p>​Loans with below-market interest rates<br></p><p>Funding ranges from hundreds of thousands to several millions of dollars.<br></p>publicly-owned-wastewater-treatment-projects
Resilient Communities Program<p>There are two categories of grants.  Category 1 Grants ($200,000 to $500,000) support highly-impactful and visible conservation projects that help prepare for sea-level rise. Special consideration is given to projects that help bridge rural and urban community resilience needs with focus on the interconnectedness of natural systems and community well-being. Category 1 projects should be implemented at a scale that yields measurable and sustainable benefits for natural habitats while also providing measurable and enhanced community benefits. Category 2 Grants ($100,000 to $250,000) will support highly-impactful and visible projects that help communities understand, organize and take action to address risks and opportunities through improved resilience brought about by enhanced natural features.  This can include resilience solutions benefiting multi-family affordable housing through green infrastructure such as tree canopies/pocket parks/community green spaces, and/or stormwater retention projects. Category 2 grants can also support organizations that build capacity to help cities plan for enhanced resilience through green infrastructure or other improvements</p><p>​Grants requiring 1:1 match.<br></p><p>​Between $100,000 and $500,000 depending on the category<br></p>resilient-communities-program
Resilient Community Partnership Program<p>​Planning, vulnerability assessment, disaster preparedness</p><p>​Grants, technical assistance</p><p>​Up to $75,000</p>resilient-community-partnership
Resilient Power Project<p>​Renewable energy, energy conservation</p><p>​Technical assistance, grants</p><p>​Grants range from $5,000 to $15,000</p>resilient-power-project
Single Family Housing Repair Loans & Grants Program<p>​Storm-proofing retrofits, energy conservation</p><p>Grants, loans <br></p><p dir="ltr">Grants up to $7,500 and loans up to $20,000</p>single-family-housing-repair-loans-grants-program
Solar Hot Water and Geothermal Green Grant<p>Energy conservation, renewable energy</p><p>​Grants requiring a 50% match</p><p>​Maximum of $200,000. Size of grant is based on size of system, please see link below for a table of system sizes and corresponding grant amounts. </p>solar-hot-water-geothermal-green-grant
Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project Technical Assistance<p>​Storm-proofing retrofits, stormwater management, disaster preparedness, planning<br></p><p>​Technical assistance<br></p><p>​Unspecified</p>southeast-rural-community-assistant-project-de
Stormwater Infrastructure Loans<p>​Planning, infrastructure upgrades, stormwater management</p><p>​Loans with below-market interest rates.<br></p><p>Funding ranges from hundreds of thousands to several millions of dollars.<br></p>stormwater-infrastructure-loans
Surface Water Matching Planning Grants<p>Stormwater management, wetland protection, habitat restoration, infrastructure upgrades, planning</p><p>Funding for projects receiving a grant award will be capped at $50,000 with a 1:1 cash match requirement. There is also a $100,000 cap per fiscal year. <br></p><p>Up to $50,000, however applicants can apply biannually for a possible total of $100,000 of funding each year. <br></p>surface-water-matching-planning-grants
Sustainable Communities Grant<p>Education, Planning, Renewable Energy<br></p><p>​Grants<br></p><p>​Up to $15,000<br></p>sustainable-communities-grant
Urban and Community Forestry Program<p>​Tree planting, tree management<br></p><p>​Grants requiring a 1:1 match in either cash (non-federal funds) or in-kind services, which includes volunteer or staff time, equipment rental, or supplies.<br></p><p>​Requests could range from a minimum of $500 to a maximum of $5,000 in only one of two project categories: tree planting or tree management (i.e., professional tree inventory, hazardous tree removal, or pruning)<br></p>urban-and-community-forestry-program
Wastewater Matching Planning Grants<p>​Stormwater management, planning </p><p>​Grants requiring a 100% match<br></p><p dir="ltr">Up to $50,000, however applicants can apply biannually for a possible total of $100,000 of funding each year. </p>wastewater-matching-planning-grants
Water Quality Improvement Loan Program <p dir="ltr">Infrastructure upgrades, stormwater management, energy conservation<br></p><p>​Loans <br></p><p>​Funding ranges from hundreds of thousands to several millions of dollars.<br></p>water-quality-improvement-loan-program
Weatherization Assistance Program<p>​Energy conservation</p><p>​Technical assistance</p><p>​Unspecified</p>weatherization-assistance-program

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