The Hometown Revitalization Program is designed to revitalize commercial districts that suffered damage from Hurricanes Laura, Delta, Ida and/or the May 2021 Severe Storms.
The purpose of the Hometown Revitalization Program is to encourage new economic opportunities for Louisiana communities while supporting the crucial recovery of the state’s commercial areas. In doing so, jobs will be created or retained locally to allow residents to have access to the products and services they need within their local community. Critical to this function is the collaboration with local and community leaders to respond to their communities’ most urgent rebuilding needs and assist in identifying long-term and innovative solutions to strengthen economic development within our local communities.
Proposals and applications will be submitted in the OCD IGX system. Units of local government selected for these awards will receive instructions for accessing the software.
The state has selected subrecipients for program funding.