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New Orleans, LA
Hurricane Katrina Storm Damage Risk Reduction
$14 billion risk reduction program in New Orleans and Southern Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina. Program includes levees and floodwalls, locks, dams ...
14 Billion USD
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) - not local government
Manhattan, New York, NY
New York City Initiates $1.5 Billion Flood Resilience Project after Hurricane Sandy
After Lower Manhattan suffered significant damage during Hurricane Sandy, New York City developed plans to establish flood-protection zones, including...
816 Million USD
Hillsborough Township, NJ
Hillsborough digitizes municipal processes, enhancing citizen services & transparency
The township of Hillsborough, home to over 43,000 residents, was facing rising expectations from its staff and community members. To meet these growin...
46.5 Thousand USD
Texas City, TX
Temporary housing for victims of natural disasters
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, AARP was trying to find housing for older citizens in Louisiana, Texas, and Florida. Working with AARP, Silvern...
Not a local government but AARP Louisiana
Lake Borgne, District E, LA
Alligator Bend Marsh
Coastal restoration and rehabilitation project in coastal Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, including a foreshore rock dike and vegetative plantings ...
3 Million USD
Data-Driven Disaster Response & Recovery in Houston
The City of Houston’s Housing and Community Development Department used a data platform and set of analysis from Civis Analytics that provided a centr...
1 Million USD
Housing and Community Development Department
Southwest Resiliency Park to Mitigate Stormwater Flooding
After experiencing significant flooding during Hurricane Sandy, the Southwest Resiliency Park is the first in a series of investments the city is maki...
5 Million USD
Hacking the Storm: Crowdsourcing, Civic Hacking, and Innovation in Harvey’s Wake
In the midst of Hurricane Harvey, City of Houston officials and the local tech community responded rapidly using data, tech, and crowdsourcing to hack...
1 Thousand USD
Mayor's Office of Innovation, Office of Emergency Management