Specific Orange County Government Recovery projects are categorized under the following
Orange County transportation projects funded through Recovery monies include roadway
resurfacing, bridge maintenance and interchange construction projects.
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Using social services Recovery grants, Orange County will provide assistance for
low-income households in order to promote self-sufficiency. Projects supporting
new health center sites, Head Start, children care and foster care initiatives,
and victim compensation projects fall under the social services program category.
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Federal stimulus funding under the 2009 Recovery Act for housing and community development
is aimed at stabilizing neighborhoods and assisting families and individuals impacted
by the current economic crisis. Programs include the Community Development Block
Grant Recovery (CDBG-R) for infrastructure and energy efficiency improvements in
low income neighborhoods; and the Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program
(HPRP) to assist eligible Orange County residents who are at risk of homelessness
or who have recently become homeless due to a sudden loss of income. In addition,
Orange County received funding for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)
under the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 to purchase and rehabilitate
foreclosed and abandoned properties in neighborhoods impacted by high foreclosure
rates. NSP also provides financial incentives to purchase foreclosed homes to eligible
homebuyers. View housing project information now.
Green Initiatives projects include the Energy Efficiency Community Block Grant (EECBG)
which aims to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy use and fossil fuel emissions
in our community. Green projects also support reducing our dependence on fossil
fuels in the sectors of transportation, and building, clean diesel projects, brownfields
redevelopment, and cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks.
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Public Safety projects are geared toward the prevention and prosecution of crime,
improvement in the capacity of local justice systems, fire station modification
and upgrade, and reduction of domestic violence.
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Other projects could include clean water projects, census projects, and library