Community Flood Resiliency Program
The Community Flood Resiliency Program is intended to serve as a roadmap for municipal leaders working to make their communities more resilient to the impacts of a flood disaster. The Program outlines actions and provides resources to support community leaders along their journey to resiliency.
|Community Profile Guidebook|
The Community Profile Guidebook serves as the accompanying resource to support the use of the Community Profile and Baseline Tool (commonly referred to as "Community Profiles"), a Geographic Information System (GIS) based tool for municipal leaders working to make their communities more economically, environmentally, and socially resilient. This Guidebook helps leaders navigate through using the concrete data-driven application to help justify the investment of federal and state funding towards projects, while maintaining performance of daily tasks.
|Community Flood Resilience Toolkit - New Jersey - Guidance Document|
The Community Flood Resiliency Toolkit is intended to serve as a roadmap for municipal leaders working to make their communities more resilient to the impacts of a flood disaster. The Toolkit outlines actions you should take as you progress along the journey. The actions are presented based on a suggested sequence and are grouped into three broader steps reflecting when along the journey they should be completed.
|Community Flood Resilience Toolkit - New Jersey - How to measure success|
This tool can be used to track your progress through the Community Flood Resiliency Toolkit. Each step contributes a varying amount of flood resiliency to your community. In order to see the value added by each step, a point value is set for each Action Number. Each action item contributes to the overall value added for the community. The overall summary section shows the estimated losses avoided for each step (1,2,3) that can be tailored to each community. As Users run through the checklist of actions completed, the progress bar will track completion status of the toolkit.