Month: December 2019

Resilience Corridor and TOD Concept – in Gingerbread!

Every year UConn Avery Point hosts a competition to make a gingerbread house. This year CIRCA¬† built a resilience corridor and transit-oriented development (TOD) zone from candies and gingerbread cookies. We were inspired by the resilience corridor cross-section proposed for the Resilient Connecticut project for New Haven and Fairfield Counties. The aim is to connect […]

Municipal Assistance for FEMA’s Community Rating System

Resilient Connecticut Webinar Series Overview of FEMA’s Community Rating System as a Resilience Tool January 16, 2020 10 – 11 am Webinar Overview During this webinar, participants learned about: FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in Connecticut; How the CRS program could increase local resiliency; Real examples of actions Connecticut towns have taken to enter […]