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Focus on: Community Flood Assistance and Resilience for renters, land and business owners

 
Publication number Date Published
20-13-002June 2020
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Author(s) Chrissy Bailey
Description The Community Flood Assistance and Resilience Program (CFAR) is a new element of the Chehalis Basin Strategy. CFAR is being developed to fund a wide range of small-scale projects and actions that will reduce damage from flooding and erosion in communities throughout the Basin. This focus sheet describes the types of technical assistance available through CFAR to renters, land- and business owners in the basin. It also describes how to request technical assistance, including help developing projects, initial program time lines, and how to access information about the financial assistance program.
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Keywords CFAR, Community Flood Assistance and Resilience, flood damage reduction, Chehalis Basin, technical assistance
WEB PAGE Chehalis Basin Strategy Community Flood Assistance and Resilience Program
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 22,WRIA 23)
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