Brief Description: U.S. DOT’s Thriving Communities Program (TCP) aims to ensure that disadvantaged communities adversely or disproportionately affected by environmental, climate, and human health policy outcomes have the technical tools and organizational capacity to compete for federal aid and deliver quality infrastructure projects that enable their communities and neighborhoods to thrive.
Based on a review of available information from U.S. DOT, CRCOG has determined that the following municipalities meet the definition of “disadvantaged communities” that is used for TCP:
Eligible municipalities that are interested in receiving support (technical assistance, planning, and capacity building) must submit a Letter of Interestby December 6, 2022.
Link to Program Website:
State, Municipalities, CRCOG, Others
Letter of Interest to Receive Support due December 6, 2022
Request for Information responses due August 26, 2022
CRCOG Specific Information:
Memo – Coming Soon!
Link to CRCOG’s Mapping Application: Thriving Communities Disadvantaged Communities Locator , to review potential eligible communities. Please contact Kyle Shiel with questions or concerns using this application.