Public Comment Rebuild Florida General Infrastructure Grant Projects

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Accepting Feedback until September 13, 2021

Rebuild Florida MIT General Infrastructure Program, Grant


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 The City of Key West seeks comments from their citizens about plans to submit two (2) Community Development Block Grant – Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) applications to the State of Florida, Department of Economic Opportunity in pursuit of U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funding. 

 Public comments and/or requests for copies of the grant applications must be submitted to Alison Higgins, Sustainability Coordinator, at 305-809-3726 by Monday, September 13, 2021.

Project Name: 6th Street and Patterson Pump Station

The grant will be used to design, permit, and construct a pump station with a new collection station and well and/or outfall, which will alleviate flooding from a large sub-basin identified in the stormwater master plan and has a repetitive loss.  Location in our Community: 6th St and Patterson Ave.  The total cost of the project is $7,491,400.

 

Project Name: Bahama Village Community Center Resilience Hub

The grant will be used to: Add amenities to make the Bahama Village Community Center a Resilience Hub, including Code Plus / Cat 5, Shelter of Last Resort, EOC functionality, Auxiliary Power Transfer Switches, Solar and Batteries, Communications Redundancies, Pandemic Grade HEPA Ventilation, Cisterns, Generator, Potable Water Generator.  Location in our Community: 111 Olivia St, Key West, FL 33040. The total cost of the project is: $4,995,500