CDBG - Disaster Recovery

Public Notices

Projects

Status: Active

The Engineering plans will provide a new railroad bridge for two tracks with room for a future track and reconstruction for a four-lane curb and gutter section of roadway.

Status: Complete

The repairing  of asphalt/concrete streets and sidewalk as well as repairing (as needed) streets, waterlines, and drainage, that were damaged by the 2013 tornado high wind and debris clean-up trucks. Repairs will be 12 feet easement on each side of the road. This Project will provide streets and sidewalk improvements and safety enhancements.

Status: Complete

A Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA)  for the proposed Resiliency Center that is planned to be located at Central Park in the City of Moore. The BCA will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as part of the Disaster Recovery Grant Application for Phase 2 of the National Disaster Resilience Competition.

Status: Complete

Engineering and analysis required to prepare a benefit / cost analysis (BCA) for the implementation of smart water meters in the City of Moore. The BCA will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as part of the Disaster Recovery Grant Application for Phase 2 of the National Disaster Resilience Competition.

Status: Active

Engineering for the reconstruction of Bryant Avenue from SE 4th Street to SE 12th Street.

Status: Active

The City of Moore has contracted with the following firms for professional civil engineering services on an ongoing basis for the period June 2015 through June 2019.

  • Meshek & Associates
  • Poe & Associates
  • Cabbiness Engineering
  • CEC Infrastructure Solutions

In general, firms will be utilized on a round robin basis. 

Contracts are in effect for one year but can be renewed annually for up to three additional years.

Status: Active

An update to the current Moore Vision 20/20, which includes public facilities, sewer and water utilities, parks, transportation, and economic development.  The Comprehensive Plan serves as the major land use policy document for the City of Moore.

Status: Complete

The City of Moore is working with consultants to prepare the Comprehensive Storm Water Management and Drainage Plan with the goal to develop a comprehensive, integrated storm water plan for the City, The plan will evaluate existing and potential drainage and flooding problems within the City and recommend capital improvement projects and/or programmatic measures to correct or avoid such problems. It will also provide a Compliance and Monitoring Plan for the Lake Thunderbird Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) and establish a 5 year Storm Water Quality Management Plan.

Status: Active

Contract Summary Report for all contracts for the Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery

Status: Active

You may qualify for $1,000-$40,000 toward a down payment and closing costs.

What is it?

For many people, down payment and closing cost assistance can be the difference between homeownership dreams and reality. The Down Payment Assistance Program provides federal assistance for qualifying low-to moderate-income homebuyers to purchase a house located in one of the 2013 disaster-impacted neighborhoods within the City of Moore.

How do I qualify?

All applicants must meet the following qualifications:

Status: Complete

Replacement of Eagle Dr. from SW 19th to SW 14th street with the addition of sidewalks and a gateway sign for the Foxglove housing addtion.

Status: Complete

Panel Replacements throughout the Eastmoor Neighborhood on Silverleaf Dr, Bouziden Dr, Avery Dr, Patterson Dr, SE 5th Ct, SE 6th St, SE 7th Ct, SE 8th St, and Eastmoor Ct.

Status: Active

Development of a new 4,300 linear feet long, 10 foot wide multi-purpose pedestrian trail with landscaping and supporting amenities commencing near the Plaza Towers Elementary School to approximately Eagle Dr and SW 10th St around the Foxglove addition lake.

Status: Complete

The purchase of ESRI's ArcGIS for Server Enterprise Advanced with ArcGIS for Desktop user licensing. All interfaces between the GIS software and the City's various municipal software programs are already created and functional and are fully integrated. The addition of ESRI's ArcGIS will make our current software more robust and therefore beneficial to our employees and the citizens of Moore. Surrounding cities also use ArcGIS software.

Status: Active
  • Conduct an initial general needs assessment prior to proceeding with a GIS implementation project.
  • Define the data (digital maps and attributes) needed for the GIS to extract information relevant to the functions and activities of the city government as the City of Moore determines necessary.
  • Deliver the data in geodatabase format with necessary metadata required to support the government functions and activities
Status: Denied

The Hazard Mitigation Wall will be a wall constructed along Interstate 35 adjacent to the Southmoor Addition in between SW 4th and SW 19th street. It will be designed to withstand winds of a minimum of 135 mph and will contain unique aesthetic design elements. 

Status: Complete

Housing Rehabilitation from the 2013 disasters and storm shelter installation.

Status: Complete

Housing Rehabilitation from the 2013 disasters.

Status: Complete

Housing Rehabilitation from the 2013 disasters and storm shelter installation.

Status: Complete

The Infrastructure Recovery and Implementation Plan will be used as a guide for the City in its recovery and resiliency efforts for the next five years following the May 20, 2013 tornado. It will be used to guide capital improvements to water, wastewater, storm water, roadway, sidewalk, bikeway, trail, and open space infrastructure systems.

Status: Active

Certified Public Accountants perform an internal audit for the CDBG-DR program quarterly. The audit is conducted in accordance with the Sinlge Audit Act of 1984 and OMB Cicular A-133, the GAO Government Auditing Standards, as well as the Office of Inspector General, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Status: Complete

Panel replacements throughout the JD Estates Neighborhood on SE 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, Whispering Oaks, Hazelwood, Pinewood, Post Oak, Cottonwood, and S. Bryant streets.

Status: Complete

Street repair for SW 11th from Telephone Rd. to Heather Lane, SW 12th St. from Telephone to Heather, SW 13th from Telephone to Heather, SW 14th from Telephone to Heather, SW 15th from Telephone to Janeway, Heather Lane from Janeway to SW 11th St. Construction of 2 parking lots with 10 spaces each. Construction of intersections at 11th St/Heather and south half of Heather at Kings Manor. Valley Gutters at Kingas Manor at Stub SW 8th, and SW 9th. 

Status: Active

Drainage improvements along Little River including Detention Ponds and Channel Improvements.

Status: Active

Sewer interceptor along the drainage channel located behind the Kings Manor housing addition.

Status: Active
  • Construction of a 7,500 total square foot Flow-Through Spray Park and Sidewalk per drawings.
  • Spray Park deck integral colored concrete 6,150 square feet to be Tan and Silversmoke Gray or similar.
  • Supply and install Vortex equipment as per drawings.
  • Supply and install water feature piping from Vortex Vault Command Center manifold to water features.
  • Supply and install electrical conduit from controller to activator.
  • Construct an elevated 18” seat wall.
Status: Active
  • 2 - 5 year old tot lot and 5 - 12 year old playground
  • 5 benches and 3 picnic tables
  • Poured-in-place Safety Surfacing with custom graphics and design patterns
Status: Active

Project includes reconstruction of Eagle Dr., SW 10th St., Ridgeway Dr., and SW 8th St. The street repair will be a 12 foot easement on each side of the road.

Status: Complete

Rehab/reconstruction of the asphalt/concrete road to provide improvements and safety enhancements.The project location is on Telephone Road from Main St to SW 4th St. The roadway reconstruction will be 12 feet easement on each side of the road.

Status: Complete

Development of a detail contractor pre-qualifications package and a bid package for specific construction pay items bid package for the following: full and complete construction services for roadway improvements, sidewalks improvements, drainage improvements, traffic signals improvements, emergency response construction services including debris removal, snow and ice removal and traffic control.

Status: Active

Road and streetscape work along SW 11th St. from Penn Lane to Eagle Dr. and on Eagle Dr from SW 14th to SW 11th St. This project also includes construction of a bridge box connection SW 11th Street on the west side of Plaza Towers Elementary.

Status: Complete

Street repair and replacement from SE 19th St to SE 4th St, drainage work, and waterline replacement and relocation.

Status: Active

Construction of a sidewalk along SE 4th Street from Bryant to Tower Drive.

Status: Active

Widening of Telephone Road between SW 4th St. and SW 19th St.

Status: Active

A master plan for a 14.4-acre site located at Southwest 17th Street and Janeway Avenue.

Status: Active

Acquisition and redevelopment of 14 acres west of Telephone Road in between SW 19th St and SW 4th St.

Status: Active

The City of Moore receives technical assistance for the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery from Community Development Services. 

Status: Complete

The City of Moore receives technical assistance from Dawn Jourdan who is a land use attorney, city planner, and the Division Director of City and Regional Planning at the University of Oklahoma. 

Plans

This is a Draft Version. Changes could be made and the final version is to be adopted by City Council by September 6, 2016.

Chapter 7 details the procurement policies and procedures.

The following Infrastructure Recovery and Implementation Plan (IRIP) for the May 20, 2013 Tornado has been prepared and submitted by Cardinal Engineering (Cardinal, Engineer) as the final deliverable from Contract #1314- 007. This IRIP serves to further refine infrastructure-related data presented in the City of Moore Disaster Recovery Program Action Plan (Action Plan) submitted to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development on March 22, 2014.

It is the policy of the City of Moore’s Capital Planning and Resiliency Department to require its contractors and sub-contractors to utilize the City’s Section 3 Plan. Section 3 is a means to foster local economic development, neighborhood economic improvement, and individual self-sufficiency through housing and community development projects funded in whole or in part by the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

News

U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan today announced nearly $37 million in disaster recovery aid to the City of Moore, Oklahoma and to the State of Oklahoma to help local communities recover from a devastating spate of storms, including a powerful tornado that struck Moore on May 20th. 

We recently asked our residents to help guide the rebuilding efforts in the 2013 Tornado Area by participating in a Visual Preference Survey. Results are now available for you to view.