LARIMER COUNTY, COLORADO (DR-4145) SEPTEMBER 2013 FLOODS

LARIMER COUNTY, COLORADO (DR-4145) SEPTEMBER 2013 FLOODS

CLIENT
Larimer County, CO

 

TYPE OF PROJECT
Grant Administration, Debris Management & Planning

 

PROJECT FEATURES

  • FEMA Public Assistance
  • Debris Monitoring
  • Section 406 Post-Disaster Mitigation
  • Closeout/Appeals
  • Training
  • CDBG-DR administration
  • Unmet Needs & Comm. Fragility Study

SERVICES

CDR Maguire was retained by Larimer County, Colorado to assist in their recovery from the devastating September 2013 Floods. As one of the hardest hits counties in the state, CDR Maguire provided the County with Grant Administration, Debris Management and Planning support.

 

FEMA’s Preliminary Damage Assessment indicated that the County experienced approximately $25 million in disaster related damages. To date, Larimer County stands to receive close to $85 million in recover funding based on the additional work done by the CDR Maguire Team in conjunction with State and Federal counterparts.

 

During our three-year engagement, CDR Maguire fully integrated with county staff supporting their recovery efforts on both emergency and non-emergency tasks. This included training, developing policies and procedures, in addition to grant administration.

 

Services under this contract included:

Damage Assessments


Costs Estimates


Requests for Reimbursements


Closeout Support


Stream Debris Management


Quarterly Reporting


Unmet Needs and Community Fragility Study


CDBG-DR Grant Writing and Administrative Support - saving the County more than $8 million

 

CDR Maguire continues to provide Larimer County grant administration support as the State of Colorado enters the Closeout Phase of the September 2013 Flood Disaster.