Fixed Links: Building Blocks for Sustainable Communities Program Webinar
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Free Webinar
EPA Invites Communities to Apply for Assistance to Build Resilience, Pursue Revitalization


EPA is offering technical assistance through the Building Blocks for Sustainable Communities program to help communities across the country--including underserved communities, coastal communities, small cities and rural areas--adopt sustainable growth strategies.

EPA will host a webinar to discuss the program and the application process for technical assistance to implement smart growth development approaches on Thursday, October 30, 2014, from 3 to 4 p.m. EDT.
This webinar is free and no registration is necessary.

Who Should Attend
Planners; community leaders; staff from utilities, state and local government, and municipal planning organizations; and others interested in applying for technical assistance in one or more of the topic areas listed below.

About the Program
The program aims to increase resilience to natural disasters and strengthen the economy while protecting human health and the environment. Building Blocks provides quick, targeted technical assistance to communities using tools with demonstrated results and widespread application.

Communities may apply for assistance on one or more of the following topics:
  • Bikeshare planning
  • Equitable development
  • Infill development for distressed cities
  • Sustainable strategies for small cities and rural areas
  • Flood resilience for riverine and coastal communities
If selected, a community will work with an EPA-supported team of experts during a one-to-two-day workshop, where participants will learn about relevant strategies, policies, and practices.
 
EPA will select up to 25 communities through a competitive process. Selections will be made in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Transportation through the Partnership for Sustainable Communities. This interagency collaboration coordinates federal investments in infrastructure, facilities, and services to get better results for communities and use taxpayer money more efficiently.

Applications will be accepted between October 23 and November 20, 2014.

EPA's Smart Growth Listserv is maintained by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Sustainable Communities. To contact us, please e-mail smartgrowth@epa.gov. Learn more about smart growth at www.epa.gov/smartgrowth

Blase Leven | KSU Technical Assistance to Brownfields Program | www.ksutab.org 

 
 
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October NENEDD and NED, Inc. Board Meetings

Date
Wednesday,
October 29, 2014

Time
7:00pm | NED, Inc.
7:15pm (approx) | NENEDD

Conference Call Locations
 • NENEDD Offices | 111 S 1st St., Norfolk
 • City of Hartington Office | 124 E Main St, Hartington
 • Scribner Economic Development | 412 Main St., Scribner
 • West Point Chamber of Commerce | 200 Anna Stalp Ave., West Point

Meeting Agendas
NENEDD | PDF
NED, Inc. | PDF

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