New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)
Grants to New York consulting companies and individuals working as consultants in fields such as engineering and landscape architecture to support community projects that address climate change and other environmental issues in eligible locations. Funding is intended to promote partnerships with communities and to select elements from the applicant's Climate-adaptive Design (CaD) Studio and develop them into an implementable, community-supported project. The program is open to publicly owned land only.
Eligible communities are those that have hosted a CaD Studio (Phase I) and not yet received Phase II RFP funding: Village of Catskill, City of Hudson, City of Kingston, and Town and Village of Ossining, NY. Study areas from the Block Park and Rondout CaD Studios in the City of Kingston are eligible.
Design elements chosen for the project must meet the goals of the Climate-adaptive Design process to increase community resilience to sea-level rise and climate change through an engaged stakeholder process. Eligible projects must also enhance habitat value while reducing the impacts of shoreline and/or stormwater flooding. This may include options for strategic relocation, natural and nature-based shorelines, floodable parks, adapted structures and infrastructure, and stormwater green infrastructure.
Deliverables include an Inclusive Stakeholder Engagement Strategy, Summary of Baseline Data, Climate Projections and Site Analysis, Summary of Permitting Meeting, and Draft and Final Preliminary Designs and Implementation Plan that include cost estimates and are legally and technically feasible (compare to 30% design milestone).
Climate-adaptive Design is a three-phase process to inspire, advance, and implement climate adaptation and resiliency projects in Hudson Riverfront communities. This RFP is only for Phase II projects: however, the full process is described here for context: https://neiwpcc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/2021-HREP-CaD-Phase-II-RFP.pdf#page=4
For information about the Scope of Work, see: https://neiwpcc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/2021-HREP-CaD-Phase-II-RFP.pdf#page=5
For information about expected deliverables, see: https://neiwpcc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/2021-HREP-CaD-Phase-II-RFP.pdf#page=11
GrantWatch ID#: 185558
It is anticipated that at least one successful project or proposal will be chosen.
The project is expected to be awarded in August 2021 and completed within 18 months or no later than February 28, 2023.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: http://www.neiwpcc.org/about-us/working-with-neiwpcc/contractor-proposal-submissions/
To submit questions or indicate interest in participating in the information meeting, please contact the NYS DEC Hudson River Estuary Program Project Manager:
Questions regarding the QAPP process or the necessity of a QAPP for a proposed project should be directed to the NEIWPCC Project Manager:
(845) 889-4745 x110
For questions regarding the submittal of proposals, contact Peter Zaykoski, NEIWPCC, at email@example.com or (978) 349-2522.
USA: New York: Village of Catskill, City of Hudson, City of Kingston, and Town and Village of Ossining
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