Welcome

The Recovery and Resiliency Partnership Projects (R2P2) technical assistance  supports each city’s vision for long-term economic recovery by developing design concepts and strategies that integrate recreation, stormwater management, community connectivity, and downtown development.

Please click on the cities highlighted below to learn more about efforts underway.

Marianna

Visit the Marianna Page  for more information. 

Click here to download the final report. 

Parker

Visit the Parker Page for more information. 

Click here to download the final report. 

Springfield

 Visit the Springfield Page  for more information. 

Click  here  to download the final report.  

Quincy 

Visit the Quincy Page  for more information.  

Click here to download the final report. 

Chattahoochee

Visit the Chattahoochee Page  for more information.  

Click here to download the final report. 

Mexico Beach

Visit the Mexico Beach page to learn more.   

Click here to download the final report. 

For More Information

For more information, please contact: Rick Durbrow, EPA Sustainability Advisor, Integrated Recovery Coordination. Contact info.

R2P2 Background

Recovery and Resiliency Partnership Projects (R2P2) is technical assistance provided by the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Integrated Recovery Coordination (IRC) field operations. R2P2 supports FEMA’s Disaster Recovery in Florida by bringing together regional, state, and federal agencies to support coastal and inland communities recover from Hurricane Michael and improve resiliency to future stormwater impacts and strengthen local economies with existing natural assets.