How Vulnerable Are You to Climate Risks?

Receive a free evaluation of your property’s vulnerability to extreme weather.

See if you're eligible

1 minute to complete

About the program

Residents of apartment buildings depend on property owners for safe housing and vital services. Recent disasters like Superstorm Sandy have called attention to how vulnerable many of these buildings are to life-threatening flooding, power outages and extreme temperatures. These hazards can be costly and expose owners to liability. The only way to find out if your building is prepared for the next storm or heatwave is through an assessment of your building’s climate risk.

Professional audit by national engineering and design team and resiliency plan consultation with Enterprise Community Partners


Services valued at over $10,000

How it Works
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    A Team Assesses Your Building's Vulnerability To Climate Hazards

    A national engineering firm will work with your staff to conduct a free on-site assessment of your building’s risks and vulnerability to a variety of climate impacts like flooding, extreme temperature and power outage.

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    A Technical Expert Helps You Explore Your Options

    After the assessment, you will meet with a technical expert in resilience from Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. who will help to outline your resilience options.

  • A Customized Resiliency Plan is Created for You

    A final report will detail strategies for protecting your property and residents against climate risks as well as financial incentives available to support your efforts. You will also be provided with tools to build an emergency plan for your building, staff and business. The final report can be shared with contractors, architects, insurance agents, and others who will be helping to protect your buildings.

Currently Served Areas

Who is eligible? Owners of multifamily housing with five units and above located in the following New York City communities: Rockaway East, Lower Manhattan, Red Hook, Southeast Brooklyn Waterfront, Howard Beach/Gravesend, Canarsie, Bensonhurst