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The County of Lexington experienced catastrophic levels of rainfall due to the October 2015 Flood event. Intense rain along with breached dams and converging creeks and tributaries produced historic flooding, forcing many citizens to seek emergency shelter. Ultimately, the flood caused millions of dollars in damages to homes, businesses and county infrastructure.
Due to the flooding disaster, the County of Lexington was allocated $16,332,000 as part of Section 420 of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations action of 2016 (Public Law 114-113). Additionally, the County received a supplemental allocation of $5,038,000 as part of Public Law 115-31 which was enacted by Congress on May 5, 2017. These HUD allocations will assist with necessary expenses related to disaster relief, long-term recovery, restoration of infrastructure and housing, and economic revitalization in most impacted and distressed areas. These funds are commonly referred to as Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery or CDBG - DR funds. A detailed Action Plan was submitted and approved by HUD for the allocated CDBG-DR grant funds to be released to the county. To ensure that the CDBG – DR program effectively serves the needs of the Citizens of the County, amendments to that action plan have been submitted in accordance with Federal Laws and Regulations.
Translación a español de la información presentada en esta y otras páginas relacionadas al Programa de la Subvención en Bloque para el Desarrollo de la Comunidad para la Recuperación de Desastres del Condado de Lexington está disponible por escrito y por interpretación oral. Para pedir estos servicios de interpretación, favor de contactar el Condado de Lexington a 803-785-8121 o por correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spanish language interpretation of the information presented on this and other pages related to the County of Lexington’s CDBG Disaster Recovery Program is available in written and/or in oral interpretation formats.
Other languages may be available in written and/or in oral interpretation formats as necessary. To request these language services, please contact the County of Lexington at 803-785-8121 or by e-mailing email@example.com.
CDBG-DR Federal Register(PDF) (Federal provisions for how allocated funds can be spent)
Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Program (CDBG-DR) 2020 Action Plan Proposed Amendment
Lexington County proposes to amend its 2020 Annual Action Plan to reallocate $962,587 of Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program funds previously budgeted for projects that were completed. These funds will be reallocated to the Bagpipe Road infrastructure project.
Written comments for the amendments to the 2020 Action Plan will be accepted through November 10, 2020. Please address them to Disaster Recovery, Administration Building, Ste. 401, 212 South Lake Drive, Lexington, SC 29072.
Lexington County does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status, or disability and handicapped status in the admission or access to, or in the treatment or employment within, its federally-assisted programs and activities.
In January 2017, the County of Lexington began an intake process to accept applications for assistance through its REBOUND Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Program to aid citizens in recovering from the October 2015 flood event. On September 28, 2018, the County of Lexington closed the intake process and is no longer accepting applications.
Please check back to this web page periodically as the receipt of any additional funds that may be received will be announced here. Receipt of additional funding may result in a reopening of the application process.