Disaster Prevention Grant Program (I-JOBS II)
Disaster Prevention Grant Program
In 2010, the Iowa Legislature appropriated $30 million from FY 11 revenue bonds to the I-JOBS Board for a Disaster Prevention Grant Program for grants to cities and counties. The money is intended to assist in the development and completion of public construction projects relating to disaster prevention, including construction, replacement or reconstruction of, local public buildings in a manner that mitigates damages from future disasters, including flooding.
2010 Targeted Disaster Rebuilding
In 2010 the Iowa Legislature appropriated $30.9 million from FY 11 revenue bonds to the I-JOBS Board as non-competitive grants for targeted projects. The majority of these projects applied for funds from the I-JOBS Local Infrastructure Program (I-JOBS I), but the applications were deferred because all of the program's funds were allocated to other projects.
Administrative Rules (Updated 6-15-10)
Competitive Grant Agreement Template
Notice of Intent to Apply (NOIs received as of 7-26-10)
Application (The application period is currently closed.)
Smart Planning Principles Sample Resolutions:
1. City With Comprehensive Plan
2. City Without Comprehensive Plan
3. County With Comprehensive Plan
4. County Without Comprehensive Plan
Approved, Deferred and Denied Projects (Including project cost information)
Approved, Deferred and Denied Projects (Including scoring information)
All applications for the I-JOBS Disaster Prevention Grant Program are posted in their entirety as submitted by the applicant. Any inquiries regarding application content should be directed to the applicant.
Wes Peterson, Iowa Finance Authority