2020-2021 Disasters


The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has allocated $84,980,000 in long-term recovery funds to the State of Tennessee to support recovery and mitigation efforts following severe storms, tornados, and flooding in 2020 (DR-4476-TN, DR-4541-TN) and 2021 (DR-4609-TN). Tennessee received $42,740,000 in Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds for 2020 disasters and $42,005,000 in CDBG-DR funds for 2021 disasters. The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) has been designated as the agency to administer this program and funding in Tennessee. 

Areas in Davidson, Putnam, Hamilton, Humphreys counties were identified by HUD as most impacted and distressed (MID) and will receive at least 80% of the overall funding.  Based on the available data and unmet recovery needs, TNECD has also identified Bradley, Wilson, Dickson, Hickman, and Houston counties as state-identified MID areas. According to the State of Tennessee Action Plan this is how the funding is allocated across all the MID counties: 

2020 Disasters                                                    2021 Disasters
Davidson County:     $10,827,467                  Humphreys County:     $34,000,000        
Hamilton County:     $10,827,466                  Dickson County:             $3,000,000
Putnam County:        $10,827,466                  Hickman County:           $1,904,750
Bradley County:         $2,120,600                    Houston County:           $1,000,000    
Wilson County:          $6,000,000

Quarterly Progress Reports (QPRs)

To access the the Quarterly Progress Reports (QPRs) click on the link below:

2020-2021 QPRs