Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grants

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.

Find Funding for Hazard Mitigation

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

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Featured Resource

Access resources to help interpret federal statutes, regulations and best practices about mitigation strategies.

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Individual Tornado Safe Rooms

Safe Room Project

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Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Post Wildfire

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Post Wildfire

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Closeout Toolkit: Checklist for Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Subawards

This document provides a checklist for the required information to close HMGP subawards.

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Closeout Toolkit: Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Subaward Closeout FAQs

This document answers common questions on closing HMGP subawards.

Learn More

Visit the About Hazard Mitigation Assistance page for programmatic information, such as:

Last updated June 27, 2022