FEMA Awards Hoboken with Significant Grant for Expansion of Southwest Resiliency Park

FEMA Grant for Southwest Resiliency Park
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Hoboken Receives FEMA Grant for Southwest Resiliency Park Expansion

This article was first reported by tapinto.net

Hoboken has been awarded a significant grant by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for the expansion of the Southwest Resiliency Park. This move is expected to enhance the city’s efforts in promoting sustainability and resilience against natural disasters.

The Southwest Resiliency Park has been a cornerstone of Hoboken’s green initiatives, providing residents with a recreational space that also serves as a protective measure against flooding. The grant from FEMA will allow for further development of the park, expanding its capacity and introducing new features that will benefit the community.

Hoboken’s commitment to environmental sustainability and resilience is evident in its ongoing projects and collaborations with federal agencies like FEMA. The expansion of the Southwest Resiliency Park is a testament to the city’s dedication to ensuring the safety and well-being of its residents while also promoting eco-friendly initiatives.


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