Disaster Recovery 2016 (DR16)
Houston saw two storms in 2016 that were classified as major disasters. The City received $23 million to help residents recover from these floods. These funds will be used by the Multifamily Voluntary Buyout Program, which will remove multifamily homes from areas at severe risk of flooding to prevent future flood impacts to families.
Acquisition - Buyout Program: $22,178,653 (94%)
Acquisition - Project Delivery: $838,312 (4%)
Administration: $469,733 (2%)
|Solicitation / Contract ID||Contractor / Subrecipient Name||Description||Program Area||Contract End Date||Status||Contract Documents|
|P.O. 4500342094||Monticello Square LLC||5312 Clarewood DR16||Multifamily||03/12/2024||Open||View|
|P.O. 4500332588||Houston 11810 Chimney Rock LLC||11810 Chimney Rock Acq||Multifamily||11/25/2023||Open||View|
|P.O. 4500307561||Bre Apartment Holdings LLC||Purchase 9100 Fondren||Multifamily||08/26/2023||Open||View|
|P.O. 4500304736||BBG INC||Appraisal for 9100 Fondren - Boardwalk||Multifamily||06/25/2020||Closed||View|
|P.O. 4500304673||QC Laboratories Inc.||Phase I ESA - 9100 Fondren Rd||Multifamily||06/21/2020||Closed||View|
|P.O. 4500304645||Lupher LLC||Land Survey / 9100 Fondren Rd||Multifamily||06/21/2020||Closed||View|
Opportunities for Resident Input
Recovery programs in response to the 2016 floods were designed using resident input through open comment periods and public hearings. All major projects and environmental review must be made available for the public. Those public notices are included in the table below.
|Date of Publication||Public Notice Name||View|
|04/30/2021||5312 Clarewood Dr. Environmental Notice||English|
|04/15/2021||11810 Chimney Rock Environmental Notice||English|
|11/14/2020||Boardwalk Flood Detention Basin Environmental Notice||English|
|06/04/2020||11810 Chimney Rock Buyout Announcement||English|
|07/03/2019||Announcement of Boardwalk Apartments Purchase||English | Español|
|06/06/2019||Announcement of Draft Buyout Program Guidelines||English | Español|
|08/21/2018||Announcement of Application for Housing Buyout Program||English | Español | Draft 8/15 Version|
The Multifamily Voluntary Buyout Program has purchased 3 properties so far and in some cases, has combined funding from this disaster with funding from the Harvey Buyout Program. In the map below, you can learn a bit about each of our purchases and what will be done with these properties.
Please note that if a purchase results in residents being displaced, HCD will follow the guidance of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Act (URA).
Quarterly reports are published by the Texas General Land Office.
Refer to the section called “2016 Floods Grant Performance Reports”
Resources for All Disasters
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Current Funding Opportunities
Contractors interested in receiving funding should visit our Current Funding Opportunities page to see current information.