2022 Community Local Infrastructure Recovery Package
$207 million to repair, rebuild and improve flood damaged community infrastructure.
The $207 million 2022 Community Local Infrastructure Recovery Package (2022 CLIRP) will support the medium to longer-term social recovery of local government areas impacted by the early 2022 NSW Floods.
The funding is being delivered in two stages:
The $30 million Priority Needs Program helping the regions build back better in the medium-term, with a focus on projects that provide high social value to communities:
- Sport Priority Needs Program
- Arts and Culture Priority Needs Program
- Aboriginal Priority Needs Program
The $177 million Essential Community Assets Program will support longer-term recovery needs through:
- $70 million Community Assets Program – to address damaged community infrastructure including recreation and community facilities, parks, playgrounds, walkways and places of cultural heritage.
- $44 million Aboriginal-owned Assets Program – to assist Local Aboriginal Land Councils (LALCs) and Aboriginal Corporations, as they rebuild Aboriginal-owned community infrastructure.
The 2022 Community Local Infrastructure Recovery Package is designed to complement existing recovery measures for individuals and businesses in disaster declared regions, many of which are co-funded by the Australian and NSW governments under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.
For a full list of all available support, visit Service NSW or call 13 77 88.