Texas Rebuilds
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & REVITALIZATION
The Texas General Land Office - George P. Bush, Commissioner

Non-Housing

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.


 

Economic Development

​​​​​​​​The Economic Development program provides funding to create and retain jobs in disaster-affected areas to sustain long-term recovery.

Infrastructure

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​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.​

Planning
​​​​​​The Disaster Recovery Program provides funding for creative and substantive long-term planning studies and projects. This includes conducting resiliency studies to mitigate the effects of future disasters.