Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities

FY23 Selections

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Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) supports states, local governments, tribes and territories as they work to reduce their hazard risk.

The program aims to support communities as they build capability and capacity. BRIC also encourages and aids innovation. It helps partnerships grow; supports infrastructure projects; and fosters flexibility and consistency.

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Project Selections

In July 2024, FEMA announced 56 projects from the National Competition totaling $674.5 million. These projects are selected in all 10 FEMA regions and are in 22 states and the District of Columbia.

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Fiscal Year 2023 Selections

On July 2, 2024, FEMA announced the subapplicants selected for the BRIC program in four funding opportunities:

  • State or Territory Allocation
  • Tribal Set-Aside
  • State or Territory Building Code Plus-Up
  • Tribal Building Code Plus-Up
  • National Competition

The federal cost share for these total more than $882.6 million. In addition, 93 communities, territories, and tribal nations were announced for the FY23 BRIC Direct Technical Assistance initiative.

An additional $116.2 million for recipient management costs is allocated for 79 states, tribes, territories, and the District of Columbia. This brings the total amount of funding for this BRIC grant cycle to nearly $1 billion.

BRIC Direct Technical Assistance

The BRIC program also offers communities, territories and tribes non-financial direct technical assistance. This support helps with hazard planning and projects.

BRIC DTA does not require a previous grant subapplication or award. Communities also don’t need an approved hazard mitigation plan to apply.

Visit the BRIC DTA web page for more information or to learn about participating communities, territories and tribal nations.


The FY23 BRIC selections further underscore FEMA's commitment to equity and environmental justice. These awards will assist the most disadvantaged communities in building resilience to climate change and extreme weather events. Aligning with the Justice40 Initiative, BRIC will advance the goal that 40% of the overall benefits of certain federal investments flow to disadvantaged communities that may be overburdened by pollution and under-investment.

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View BRIC selections for previous fiscal years 2020-2022.

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Learn about the available funding, who's eligible to apply, types of activities eligible for funding, and what to expect when you apply.

Get important application dates, resources to navigate FEMA GO, criteria required in your application and details on the documentation you need to include.

Understand your application status, the appeal process and how to manage your award.

Read about the mission and vision of the BRIC program and gain access to all BRIC program resources.

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Read this fact sheet to learn about other programs available under Hazard Mitigation Assistance.

General Questions

Subapplicants should contact their state, tribe or territory (applicant level) Hazard Mitigation Office. You can also reach out to the FEMA Regional Office with any questions.

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