FEMA's hazard mitigation assistance provides funding for eligible mitigation measures that reduce disaster losses.
"Hazard mitigation" is any sustainable action that reduces or eliminates long-term risk to people and property from future disasters.
Mitigation planning breaks the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction and repeated damage. Hazard mitigation includes long-term solutions that reduce the impact of disasters in the future.
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Which Best Describes Your Project?
Rebuilding my community after a major disaster in a way that reduces future disaster losses.
Hazard Mitigation Assistance Program (HMGP)
Reducing the risk of flood damage to NFIP-insured buildings.
Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA)
Helping my community reduce risks from future disasters and natural hazards.
Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC)
Making my community more resilient after a wildfire disaster.
HMGP Post-Fire Assistance
Implementing one of the 68 Congressional Community Projects that prioritize sustainable & cost-effective measures to reduce risk and/or reliance on federal disaster funding.
Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM)
Find Resources for Applying to & Managing Grants
Access resources to help interpret federal statutes, regulations and best practices about mitigation strategies.
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) applies to Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) projects can be tricky to navigate. This job aid is a flowchart that shows community and FEMA responsibilities and decision points in getting an HMA project through the NEPA approval process.
- Jun 14, 2022
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Cost-Effectiveness Determination for Non-Residential Hurricane Wind Retrofit
- Jun 15, 2022
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Visit the About Hazard Mitigation Assistance page for programmatic information, such as: