FEMA's Rehabilitation of High Hazard Potential Dams (HHPD) grant program provides technical, planning, design, and construction assistance for eligible rehabilitation activities that reduce dam risk and increase community preparedness.
The purpose of FEMA’s Rehabilitation of High Hazard Potential Dams Grant Program Guidance is to establish the framework and requirements to implement the HHPD grant program. This Guidance document is incorporated by reference as part of FEMA Policy 104- 008-7 as FEMA’s official policy on, and interpretation of, the requirements for implementation of FEMA’s HHPD grant program. It is a comprehensive document detailing the specific criteria of the program and provides information for eligible applicants on how to apply for HHPD funding for a rehabilitation project. It supplements the information provided in Notice of Funding Opportunity and carefully outlines strategies for the rehabilitation process by interpreting the federal statutes, regulations, and best practices.
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The High Hazard Potential Dam Rehabilitation Grant Program (HHPD) resources support the application process and management of the grant program. The types of documents include fact sheets, templates, checklists and guidance documents.