1. Characterize the type and scale of recurrent household flooding in Detroit using multiple existing data sources, including survey data from the Detroit Metropolitan Area Community Survey, NEW-GI, and the Office of Sustainability, as well as records from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and potential exposure data from CSO modeling;
2. Develop and pilot household survey items within the Center for Urban Studies current survey efforts;
3. Develop a Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER) survey tool with a corresponding sampling strategy with support from the MDHHS; and
4. Convene researchers with community and municipal leaders to: 1) discuss and co-interpret findings from aims 1 and 2, 2) co-develop the CASPER tool proposed in aim 3, 3) generate additional research questions, and 4) inform flood prevention and response.