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Flood Mitigation Assistance FY 2017 Subapplication Status

FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) grant programs provide funding to protect life and property from future natural disasters. The FMA program assists States, Tribal, Territorial and local governments reduce or eliminate claims under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

For FY 2017, $160 million was appropriated for FMA. In March 2017, FEMA posted the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) on www.grants.gov to announce the availability of $160 million for FMA grants and the application period August 14 – November 14,  2017. FEMA will fund the flood portion of mitigation planning subapplications consistent with 44CFR Part 201 up to $100,000 federal share per applicant with a maximum of $50,000 for state plans and $25,000 for local plans. In addition, applicants who were awarded FMA grant funds totaling at least $1 million in FY 2016 may receive technical assistance up to $50,000.  The remaining funds will be awarded on a competitive basis for projects. The agency’s priorities for projects for the FY  2017 FMA program are:

  1. Community Flood Mitigation – Up to $70,000,000 available
    1. Advance Assistance

      FEMA will select the highest ranked eligible subapplication for Advance Assistance from each Applicant up to $100,000 federal share based on final prioritization score (see table below) for a maximum of $2,000,000.
       

      Advanced Assistance can be used to develop mitigation strategies and obtain data to prioritize, select, and develop community flood hazard projects for future funding.  FEMA will select subapplications that address flood risk on a community level based on final priority scoring criteria and that benefit communities with high participation and favorable standing in the NFIP. Consideration of Advanced Assistance early in the decision-making process can help facilitate the development of a viable project, as well as project implementation.  FY17 community flood mitigation Advanced Assistance projects are not eligible for FY17 community flood mitigation Project funding. There is no guarantee for future Hazard Mitigation Assistance project funding if Advanced Assistance is awarded.

    2. Community Flood Mitigation Projects.

      FEMA will select the highest ranked eligible community flood mitigation subapplication from each Applicant up to $10,000,000 federal share based on final priority scoring criteria (see table below) and that benefit communities with high participation and favorable standing in the NFIP.  Applicants are not required to apply for Advanced Assistance funding to be eligible to receive a project award. 

Eligible activities include but are not limited:

  • Infrastructure protective measures
  • Localized flood control to protect critical facilities
  • Floodwater storage and diversion
  • Floodplain and stream restoration
  • Water and sanitary sewer system protective measures
  • Utility protective measures
  • Stormwater management
  • Aquifer storage and recovery
  • Wetland restoration/creation

Subapplications submitted for either the community flood mitigation Advance Assistance or project funding will be scored and ranked based on the following priorities:

Priority

Description

Total Points

Private Partnership Cost Share

Cost share taken on by private organizations/businesses emphasizing community participation, collaboration, and investment. Points will be assigned based on percentage of private cost share invested.

150

Building Code Effectiveness Grading Schedule (BCEGS) rating

Assesses effectiveness of enforcement and adequacy of building codes with emphasis on mitigation. Classes weighted based on national class grouping ratings. Highest weight will be assigned to class 1 and descending through lower classes.

100

Community Rating System (CRS) Participation

The Community Rating System (CRS) recognizes and encourages community floodplain management activities that exceed the minimum NFIP standards. Depending upon the level of participation, flood insurance premium rates for policyholders can be reduced up to 45%. Highest weight will be assigned to class 1 and descending through lower classes.

100

Cooperating Technical Partners Program (CTP) Participation

Qualified partnership program where communities commit to collaborate in maintaining up-to-date flood hazard maps and other flood hazard information. Points are provided to CTP participating communities.

100

International Building Codes (IBC) Adopted (2009 or newer)

IBC adoption epitomizes community commitment to responsible building regulations. Points are provided to IBC participating communities with 2009 version or higher adopted.

50

 

Total Points Available

500*


* In the event of a tie between two or more community flood mitigation applications:

  • FEMA will use the highest Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) as a tiebreaker for projects; and.
  • FEMA will use the total number of active policies in the local jurisdiction as a tie breaker for Advance Assistance.

After meeting the $70,000,000 available for community flood mitigation or when all eligible community flood mitigation project subapplications have been selected, FEMA will select eligible subapplications for the remaining funds in the following order:

  1. Technical Assistance

    FEMA will select eligible technical assistance subapplications up to $50,000 Federal share for Applicants who received FMA awards totaling at least $1,000,000 Federal share in FY 2016.

  2. Flood Mitigation Planning

    FEMA will select eligible planning subapplications up to $100,000 Federal share per Applicant with a maximum of $50,000 Federal share for State mitigation plan updates and $25,000 Federal share for local mitigation plans.  FEMA may reduce the Federal share of any planning subapplication that exceeds the regulatory maximums.

     

  3. Competitive funding for property flood mitigation projects.

    FEMA will select eligible flood mitigation project subapplications on a competitive basis as follows:

    1. Projects that will mitigate flood damage to at least 50 percent of structures included in the subapplication that meet definition 42 U.S.C. 4104c(h)(3)(B)(ii) of a Severe Repetitive Loss (SRL) property: At least two separate NFIP claim payments have been made with the cumulative amount of such claims exceeding the market value of the insured structure

       

    2. Projects that will mitigate flood damage to at least 50 percent of structures included in the subapplication that meet the definition of a Repetitive Loss (RL) property:  Have incurred flood-related damage on two occasions, in which the cost of the repair, on the average, equaled or exceeded 25% of the market value of the structure at the time of each such flood event

 

  1. Projects that will mitigate flood damage to at least 50 percent of structures included in the subapplication that meet definition 42 U.S.C. 4104c(h)(3)(B)(i) of a SRL property: four or more separate NFIP claims payments have been made with the amount of each claim exceeding $5,000, and with the cumulative amount of claims payments exceeding $20,000
  1. FEMA will select remaining eligible applications once all above priorities are met based on benefits to the NFIP.

 FEMA received 233 FMA subapplications submitted by 34 states and territories totaling over $321.4 million: 9 planning, 189 projects, 6 technical assistance, and 29 applicant management cost subapplications. FEMA has completed eligibility review to ensure compliance with HMA Guidance and has made selections based on the agency’s priorities and available funding. FEMA has identified for further review 147 FMA subapplications from 27 applicants: 6 planning, 114 projects (includes 12 Community Mitigation Advance Assistance & 8 Community Flood Mitigation projects), 4 technical assistance subapplications, and associated applicant management costs for $157.9 million. The table below lists the submitted planning, project and technical assistance subapplications and the status of each in alphabetical order by applicant.

ApplicantSubapplication TitleSubmitted Federal ShareStatus
ALCity of Tuscaloosa Upper Cribbs Mill Creek Trib 5 Advanced Assistance Project$99,450.00Identified for Further Review
ALFlood - Elevation - McInnis - Ono Island$75,172.50Identified for Further Review
AL505 East Ponce de Leon Acquisition/Demolition$103,350.00Identified for Further Review
ALMobile County Hazard Mitigation Project$52,515.00Identified for Further Review
ALCity of Vestavia Hills Patton Creek Flood Mitigation Study$44,662.00Not Selected
ALCity of Birmingham Shuttlesworth Park Advance Assistance Project$82,425.00Not Selected
ALCity of Birmingham Five Mile Creek at Five Mile Road FloodRisk Reduction Project$2,611,759.67Did not meet HMA Requirements
ALCity of Birmingham Village Creek Property and Infrastructure Protection Project$2,232,532.50Did not meet HMA Requirements
ARCity of Hot Springs Advanced Assistance FMA$77,568.75Identified for Further Review
ARCity of Maumelle FY 17 FMA Community Flood Mitigation Project$3,011,070.00Identified for Further Review
ARBenton County Property Acquisition Riverdale Road$952,377.20Identified for Further Review
ARKnott's Island Road Elevation Project$146,253.15Identified for Further Review
ARCity of Little Rock FY 17 Acquisition/Demolition 3 Curtis Cv$157,778.13Identified for Further Review
ARCity of Jonesboro Hazard Mitigation Grant$545,128.00Identified for Further Review
ARSherwood FY17 FMA- Community Flood Mitigation Advanced Assistance$100,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
AZ2017-FMA-Phoenix_Palm Lane Storm Drain Mitigation Project$1,597,234.00Identified for Further Review
AZ2017-FMA-Phoenix_Mandan Street Flood Control Project$692,377.50Did not meet HMA Requirements
AZ2018 FMA St Johns LCR Channel Improvements$520,898.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
CASand Creek-Warm Creek Confluence - Project Construction+FMA Grant$4,000,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
CAMarin County Structure Elevation Program$223,380.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
CAFlood Mitigation Assistance for the City of Iselton$637,950.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
CACity of West Sacramento - RD 537 Storm Pump Station Improvement$1,615,260.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
CACHANNEL WIDENING AND CROSSING IMPROVEMENT IN FREMONT, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA$3,999,563.50Did not meet HMA Requirements
CACity of Sacramento Florin Creek Flood Mitigation Project$954,614.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
COBoulder County FY17 FMA- Community Flood Mitigation Advance Assistance$99,000.00Identified for Further Review
CO2017 FMA SMC Application$12,141.65Identified for Further Review
CTGowans and Knight 49 Knight Street Watertown Acquisition$576,475.20Identified for Further Review
CTFairfield Stormwater Pump Station$9,999,159.30Did not meet HMA Requirements
DETown of Bethany Beach Advance Assistance Flood Mitigation$19,421.27Did not meet HMA Requirements
FLSt. Petersburg Community Flood Mitigation Advanced Assistance$75,000.00Identified for Further Review
FLFY2017 FMA Miami-Dade County Town of Miami Lakes West Lakes Drainage Improvement$1,462,499.95Identified for Further Review
FLState of Florida FMA Technical Assistance Application$50,000.00Identified for Further Review
FLShore Acres Resiliency Plan$18,750.00Identified for Further Review
FLCity of Jacksonville Wills Branch Creek Acquisition/Demolition$163,338.00Identified for Further Review
FLYankeetown Elevation of RL 11 Magnolia$173,655.00Identified for Further Review
FLPasco County Acquisition #1$199,017.00Identified for Further Review
FLFY2017 FMA-Clay County Acquisition #1$275,980.00Identified for Further Review
FL1708 Vecuna Circle, Bay County Acquisition Project$181,775.59Identified for Further Review
FLYankeetown Elevation of  SRL at 13 Magnolia Ave.$188,950.00Identified for Further Review
FL1720 Vecuna Circle, Bay County Acquisition Project$195,937.18Identified for Further Review
FLSt. Petersburg - Cordero Residential Flood Mitigation$156,191.06Identified for Further Review
FLFY 2017 FMA-Mitigation Reconstruction #2$159,711.86Identified for Further Review
FLSt. Petersburg -  Condon Residential Flood Mitigation$177,961.44Identified for Further Review
FLSt. Petersburg -  Noah Residential Flood Mitigation$257,951.86Identified for Further Review
FLCity of Key West Mitigation Reconstruction Projects$670,804.61Not Selected
FLFY2017FMA-Miami-Dade-Cutler Bay Saga Bay 1.2 Drainage Improvement Project$196,402.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
FLSanta Rosa County FY 2017 FMA - Elevation of SRL Homes within SFHA$1,204,860.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
FLSanta Rosa County FY 2017 FMA - Elevation of RL Homes$180,930.60Did not meet HMA Requirements
FLSanta Rosa County FY 2017 FMA - Elevation of Three RL Residential Structures$607,663.80Did not meet HMA Requirements
FLSanta Rosa County FY 2017 FMA - Acquisition and Demolition of RL Homes$679,092.40Did not meet HMA Requirements
GALee County 2017 FMA Acquisition Project$677,796.00Not Selected
GAGeorgia FMA 17 Technical Assistance$50,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
GUGuam Flood Elevation FMA 2017$149,000.80Not Selected
IACity of Ames Squaw Creek Flood Mitigation Project$3,432,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
IDCity of Hailey Stormwater Management Project$698,695.50Did not meet HMA Requirements
IDCity of Cottonwood Culvert Improvement Project$2,413,053.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
ILVillage of Villa Park Sugar Creek Watershed Drainage Improvements$3,481,173.25Identified for Further Review
ILMachesney Park FMA 2017$462,225.00Identified for Further Review
IL2017 Lake County FMA Acquisition Project$3,966,672.40Not Selected
IL36 W 299 Crane Rd St. Charles IL Mitigation$299,250.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
ILCity of Berwyn Green Alleys Program$2,251,162.50Did not meet HMA Requirements
ILVillage of Mount Prospect Mitigation Project$2,698,476.75Did not meet HMA Requirements
KSCity of Hutchinson Hazard Mitigation Project$10,000,000.00Identified for Further Review
KY2017 Louisville Metro Riverside Drive Mitigation$486,774.90Identified for Further Review
KY2017 Louisville Metro 3015 Krashey Way Mitigation$135,116.73Identified for Further Review
KYOldham Acres Elevation Projects$1,287,642.09Identified for Further Review
KY2017 Louisville Metro Elba Drive SRL Mitigation$778,078.30Identified for Further Review
KY2017 Louisville Metro Easum Road Mitigation$646,755.20Identified for Further Review
KYBucks Branch/Floyd County Acquisition Project$496,112.50Identified for Further Review
KYRosemont Drive Acquisition Project$90,460.12Identified for Further Review
KYTartans Landing Elevation Project$249,931.02Identified for Further Review
KYHarmony Village Elevation Projects$1,050,829.23Identified for Further Review
KY2017 Louisville Metro Elba Drive RL Mitigation$737,660.07Identified for Further Review
KYNorth Fork Little River Acquisition/Demolition$1,028,417.10Not Selected
LAFMA City of Slidell 2017$2,566,129.00Identified for Further Review
LAEast Baton Rouge Parish FMA 2017 Acquisition Project$3,002,877.06Identified for Further Review
LAClimate Resilient Mitigation Flood Prone Structures - Jeff Parish App #2$6,367,966.11Identified for Further Review
LACity of Mandeville FMA 2017 Elevation Project$302,220.30Identified for Further Review
LASt. Tammany Parish - FMA 2017 Elevations App II$4,901,101.04Identified for Further Review
LATerrebonne Parish FMA 2017 SRL Elevations$785,117.36Identified for Further Review
LALivingston Parish 2017 FMA Application$2,941,702.00Identified for Further Review
LA2017 Climate Resilient Mitigation Flood Prone Structures - Jeff Parish #1$10,942,889.66Identified for Further Review
LA2017 FMA - Elevation and Acquisition of Residential Structures$3,364,520.00Identified for Further Review
LASt. Charles Parish FY17 FMA Residential Structure Elevations Program$1,606,584.00Identified for Further Review
LAVPPJ - FMA FY2017 - #4$1,272,451.08Identified for Further Review
LATangipahoa Parish LA 2017 SRL/RL Elevation and Acquisition Project$1,317,514.80Identified for Further Review
LALafourche Parish Residential Elevations 2017$935,258.80Identified for Further Review
LACity of New Orleans 2017 FMA Elevation Project$12,451,579.52Identified for Further Review
LATerrrebonne Parish Elevation of RL Properties-FMA 2017$1,178,302.61Identified for Further Review
LASt. John the Baptist Parish Home Elevation Project $2,448,600.00Identified for Further Review
LATangipahoa Parish Stormwater Project Development-Planning$56,250.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
LA St. Tammany Parish - FMA 2017 Elevations App I$4,843,883.53Did not meet HMA Requirements
LAAscension Parish RL/SRL Elevations$1,639,976.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
LABossier Parish FMA Acq/ Elv$2,177,144.89Did not meet HMA Requirements
LAVPPJ - FMA FY2017 - #5$1,232,444.67Did not meet HMA Requirements
LAWest Feliciana FMA 2017$618,738.75Did not meet HMA Requirements
LAVPPJ - FMA FY2017 - #1$1,612,861.66Did not meet HMA Requirements
LAVPPJ - FMA FY2017 - #2$1,298,301.76Did not meet HMA Requirements
LAVPPJ - FMA FY2017 - #3$1,309,128.89Did not meet HMA Requirements
LAEHA - FMA FY2017$2,305,049.80Did not meet HMA Requirements
LACity of Mandeville FY17 FMA - Community Mitigation Project$2,100,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
LACity of Gretna FY 17 FMA - Community Flood Mitigation Project - 25th Street$10,000,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
MAHazard Mitigation Elevation Project, Town of Scituate 2017$168,478.00Identified for Further Review
MDCity of Laurel Community Flood Mitigation Advanced Assistance$75,000.00Identified for Further Review
MDCity of Laurel Flood Hazard Mitigation Plan$18,750.00Identified for Further Review
MOCity of Buffalo Storm Water Improvements$201,645.00Identified for Further Review
MOCity of Fenton 2017 FMA Project$115,155.00Identified for Further Review
MOPhelps County Floodplain Buyout$493,919.00Identified for Further Review
MOCity of Pacific, MO 2017 FMA Buyout$989,057.84Identified for Further Review
MOSt Charles County FMA 2017$337,412.00Identified for Further Review
MOCity of Hermann Flood Buyout$608,300.00Identified for Further Review
MOCity of University City FY17 FMA Project$358,052.40Did not meet HMA Requirements
MOCity of Wildwood Alt Road Flood Mitigation Project$523,252.50Did not meet HMA Requirements
MOCity of Peculiar Detention Basin$2,322,516.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
MTCity of Miles City Slough Restoration Project$75,000.00Identified for Further Review
MTLewis and Clark County Flood Hazard Planning Project$25,000.00Identified for Further Review
ND2017 FMA Advance Assistance - Morton County Flood Control Study$100,000.00Identified for Further Review
NJNJ FMA Technical Assistance 2017$50,000.00Identified for Further Review
NJAC FMA$16,714.66Identified for Further Review
NJCape May FMA$14,962.07Identified for Further Review
NJFMA FY17 Toms River New Jersey Elevation Project$95,898.00Identified for Further Review
NJWayne FMA SRL Acquisition/Demolition$6,245,250.00Identified for Further Review
NJTownship of Cranford 2017 FMA Elevation Project$1,668,563.33Identified for Further Review
NJBrigantine FMA Project$7,364,310.19Identified for Further Review
NJOcean City, NJ 2017 FMA Elevation Application$7,749,690.15Not Selected
NJFMA 2017 Township of Pequannock New Jersey - Elevations$3,144,490.00Not Selected
NJFEMA FMA 2017 Burlington City Tide Gate Upgrades$1,098,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
NVCNLV - Oak Island Storm Drain Mitigation Project$1,493,250.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
NVDouglas County - Smelter Creek Regional Flood Control Project FMA Nov 9 2017$2,473,650.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
NY2017 FMA Town of East Fishkill Acquisition of 118 Lomala Lane$327,400.00Identified for Further Review
NYTown of Oneonta Blanchard Ave Aquistion and Demo FMA$165,275.00Identified for Further Review
OHClark County Advance Assistance  - Tillie Ln$11,244.00Identified for Further Review
OHCity of Sharonville Flood Mitigation Project - FMA$1,927,027.02Identified for Further Review
OHState of Ohio FMA Technical Assistance Application$49,998.25Identified for Further Review
OHSpringfield Township SRL Acquisition Project$97,489.00Identified for Further Review
OHLouisville FMA SRL 2017$276,000.00Identified for Further Review
OHCity of Waterville FMA SRL Hazard Mitigation project$275,984.00Identified for Further Review
OHMercer County Flood Mitigation Project$181,162.50Identified for Further Review
OHCity of Twinsburg Tinkers Creek FMA 2017 Mitigation Project$127,874.40Identified for Further Review
OHVillage of Wellsville FMA 17 Flood Mitigation Project$47,962.50Identified for Further Review
OHVillage of Ottawa FMA FY17 Flood Mitigation$741,619.41Identified for Further Review
OHVillage of Valley View 2017 FMA Project$1,916,827.49Identified for Further Review
OHCity of Defiance FMA FY17 SRL RL Acquisition$881,205.00Not Selected
OHHancock County FMA FY17 SRL RL Aquisition Project$828,995.00Not Selected
OHCity of Avon Hazard Mitigation Assistance$172,500.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
ORReedsport Multi-Hazard Flood Resiliency Project$100,000.00Identified for Further Review
ORCity of Rockaway Beach Repetitive Loss Elevation$99,230.40Identified for Further Review
PAAdvanced Assistance for Flood Mitigation Design$50,250.00Identified for Further Review
PA2017 FMA Technical Assistance$37,500.00Identified for Further Review
PA2017 - Flood Planning$24,350.00Identified for Further Review
PALebanon City aquisition project$195,840.00Identified for Further Review
PAUpper Southampton Township Acquisition Project$2,112,153.75Identified for Further Review
PALower Swatara (Dauphin County) Bradford Avenue Acquistion$358,200.00Identified for Further Review
PAFMA 2017 Unity Twp. SRL Acquisition$275,500.00Identified for Further Review
PAFMA 2017 Chester Twp. Delaware County Acquisition$932,136.00Not Selected
PAFMA 2017 Lycoming 1 Property RL$234,450.00Not Selected
PAYardley Borough Elevation Project$2,716,473.76Did not meet HMA Requirements
PAUpper Providence Township 913 Port Providence Road Mitigation Project$296,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
PA2017-FMA$251,775.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
PAFMA 2017 New Brighton Streambank Restoration$93,393.75Did not meet HMA Requirements
PAFMA 2017 Luzern Closure$540,543.75Did not meet HMA Requirements
PAFMA 2017 Bloomsburg Mitigation$2,750,000.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
SCTown of Hampton Flood Mitigation Project$18,735.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
SCTown of Hilton Head Island FMA Structure Elevation at 1 Down Wind$128,670.15Identified for Further Review
SCSevere Repetitive Loss Acquisition - 124 Tranquil Ln$229,850.25Identified for Further Review
SCDorchester County FMA Land Acquisition Project$1,050,263.55Identified for Further Review
SCTown of Hilton Head Island FMA Structure Elevation at 100 Point Comfort Road$151,075.00Identified for Further Review
SCFMA Grant Elevation 1720 Boone Hall Rd$175,000.00Identified for Further Review
SCFMA Grant for Elevation 431 Howle Ave$174,999.00Identified for Further Review
SC210 Forest Trail FMA elevation project$294,244.20Identified for Further Review
SCFMA FY17:  Demo/Rebuild - Beaufort County$150,000.00Identified for Further Review
TNWhites Creek One (1) Acquisition/Demolition of 2 Properties$496,506.60Identified for Further Review
TNWhites Creek Two (2) Acquisition/Demolition of 2 Properties$329,755.50Not Selected
TXTX FY17 FMA - City of Houston Flood Mitigation Advanced Asst$93,750.00Identified for Further Review
TXHarris County Flood Control District - Severe Repetitive Loss Buyout$10,487,076.34Identified for Further Review
TXNassau Bay 2017 FMA Property Acquisition$1,392,247.20Identified for Further Review
TXCity of Fort Worth Central Arlington Heights Property Acquisition-FMA$515,500.00Identified for Further Review
TXCity of Longview Flood Mitigation Grant$297,536.30Identified for Further Review
TX3809 Huntwick Dr. SRL Elevation - Orange Texas$244,696.00Identified for Further Review
TXFlood Mitigation Grant$259,376.00Identified for Further Review
TXFMA 2017 Teague home elevation - 28 Mimosa$386,067.31Identified for Further Review
TXNassau Bay 2017 FMA Elevations$2,833,332.00Identified for Further Review
TXJersey Village Elevation Project$3,355,447.63Identified for Further Review
TXHardin County Texas SRL Acquisition 2017$2,721,501.96Identified for Further Review
TXBevil Oaks Elevation Application 2017$4,108,561.00Identified for Further Review
TXHays County Bogie/Uhland/Willow Creek Circle Acquistion$3,056,493.45Not Selected
TXHarris County Flood Control District - NFIP-Insured Buyout$6,705,539.16Not Selected
TXKingsville TX one home acquisition project$104,170.00Not Selected
TXCity of Fort Worth Central Arlington Heights Drainage Project FMA$3,708,525.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
TXQuince Ave. at N. 27th St. Drainage Improvements$598,651.95Did not meet HMA Requirements
TXNorthgate Ln Drainage Improvements$1,048,818.75Identified for Further Review
TXCity of Houston 2017 Elevation App for 24 SRL properties$7,326,649.66Did not meet HMA Requirements
TXCity of Houston 2017 Elevation App for 7 SRL and 2 FMA RL Properties$2,849,351.11Did not meet HMA Requirements
TXCity of Friendswood, Texas - Flood Mitigation Project$12,862,324.81Did not meet HMA Requirements
TXHays County Willow Springs Creek Community Flood Mitigation Project$7,971,772.50Did not meet HMA Requirements
TXWichita County Acq/Demo of 3612 Kemp$674,060.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
VACity of Chesapeake - Acquisition of 4 Residential Properties$854,025.16Identified for Further Review
VAGloucester County Elevation of 4 SRL Properties$902,915.00Identified for Further Review
VTAdvance Assistance-Design to replace Brook Road Bridge #21$74,995.12Identified for Further Review
WA2017 SnoCo Stillagaumish Flood Mitigation$1,489,671.75Identified for Further Review
WAClear Creek Property Acquisition FMA 2017$494,681.13Did not meet HMA Requirements
WANo. 1 Canyon Flood Debris Facility$729,466.55Did not meet HMA Requirements
WACowlitz County Multihazard Mitigation Project$115,698.00Did not meet HMA Requirements
WIKenosha County Flood Mitigation Project$538,007.00Not Selected

 

Identified for Further Review

An application which is listed as “identified for further review” is not a notification of award. This means that a subapplication has met the requirements specified in the NOFO and the HMA Unified Guidance.  At this time, the applicants are required to work with a FEMA Regional Office to complete the pre-award activities for subapplications. Regional Offices will also complete the Environmental and Historic Preservation (EHP) compliance review for projects prior to award.  Applicant management costs will be awarded based on the planning and project subapplications that are “identified for further review” and will not be awarded in excess of 10 percent of the total grant award.  Additionally, awards will be subject to the availability of funds. FEMA may, at its discretion, request additional information or documentation regarding administrative or procedural requirements and conduct additional programmatic reviews before making a final decision. undefined

Not Selected

Each year, the number of applicants for grant funding exceeds what is available.  FEMA offers two recommendations for subapplications that met the program requirements but are not selected due to limited program funding. One recommendation is that the applicant may re-submit the subapplication during the open period of the FY 2018 PDM or Flood Mitigation Assistance grant program. Or, if funding is available, an application can be submitted to the HMGP.undefined

Did Not Meet Hazard Mitigation Assistance Requirements

For applications submitted that are identified as “Did not meet HMA requirements”, the FEMA Regional Office will provide further information to applicants on why subapplications did not meet these requirements.

Request for Reconsideration

FEMA will reconsider its determination of a subapplication only when there is an indication of a substantive technical or procedural error by FEMA.  Only information provided in the submitted subapplication is considered supporting documentation for the request for reconsideration.  The amount of funding available for applicant management costs will not be reconsidered. 

Applicants must send requests for reconsideration based upon technical or procedural error to their FEMA Regional Office within 60 days of the posting of subapplication status.  The Regional Office will review the information received from an applicant and submit the regional recommendation to FEMA’s Headquarters.  FEMA Headquarters will make a final determination to overturn or uphold the original decision and send the response to the applicant.  A FEMA decision to uphold or overturn a decision regarding a subapplication is final.

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10/18/2018 - 11:12