The City of Long Beach has partnered with Sustainable Long Island to work on recovery and relief efforts throughout the community; discussing and implementing methods for rebuilding and revitalization, as well as increasing resiliency to future storms. The Long Beach Listens website is an informational hub for Long Beach businesses and residents; providing a channel to stay informed and have a say with ongoing projects of the City.
In October 2012, the Long Beach Boardwalk was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. In early 2013 a successful series of community visioning efforts held by The City of Long Beach and Sustainable Long Island insured that the initial reconstruction of the Boardwalk was consistent with the values of Long Beach residents. Now to help in the second phase of construction we are continuing our efforts to identify community values to help determine specific design elements related to the ways the community will use the Boardwalk.
The City of Long Beach is applying for Hazard Mitigation funding from FEMA on behalf of their residents to assist homeowners with long term solutions to mitigate against future storms....
Sustainable Long Island will be hosting three Public Meetings on behalf of the City of Long Beach during the third week of August from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
111 W. Park Ave. Central City Residents
91 Maryland Ave. West End Residents
456 Neptune Blvd. East End Residents
The Community Reconstruction Program has been designed by New York State to help communities impacted by Sandy rebuild their critical infrastructure in ways that increase resiliency and enhance economic development.