REACH Webinar: Mitigation and Planning for Affordable Housing 

Join TBRPC and experts from the Florida Housing Coalition for a presentation and discussion about improving affordable housing disaster mitigation planning and risk reduction priorities identified by local governments.  We will review and discuss best practices and potential strategies for enhancing standards for new construction, redevelopment and rehabilitation in areas that are the most vulnerable to flooding. Your input at this meeting will help FHC and TBRPC to define ideas for Model Language to support updates to your Comprehensive Plan elements and other housing plans.

Wednesday May 26 10:00 to 11:30

Click here to register and receive the Zoom link.

Visit the Housing Affordability & Resiliency page.

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