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Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) Grant

The Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) grant program makes federal funds available to state, local, tribal and territorial governments to plan for and implement sustainable cost-effective measures designed to reduce the risk to individuals and property from future natural hazards, while also reducing reliance on federal funding from future disasters. The program is authorized by Section 203 of the Stafford Act

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2023 Pre-Disaster Mitigation Notice of Funding Opportunity

The Pre-Disaster Mitigation Program will release a Notice of Funding Opportunity on March 1, 2023.

The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022 authorizes funding for 68 projects for states, tribes, territories and local communities for FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Assistance Pre-Disaster Mitigation grant program. These funds allow governments to plan for and implement sustainable cost-effective measures designed to reduce the risk to individuals and property from future natural hazards, while also reducing reliance on federal funding from future disasters. 

Learn More on FY22 PDM

Managing Your Existing Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant

Please visit the Mitigation eGrants Resource Collection for reference guides, frequently asked questions and job aids to help manage your existing grant.

General questions about the Pre-Disaster Mitigation program can be directed to the appropriate State Hazard Mitigation Officer (SHMO) or FEMA Regional Office on You can also call the Hazard Mitigation Assistance Helpline at (866) 222-3580.

For assistance with using the eGrants system to manage your existing PDM grants, please email or call 855-228-3362.

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Visit the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) page for information about the BRIC program, including how and when to apply for a BRIC funding.

Additional Resources

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

Pre-Disaster Mitigation Congressional Community Projects

For Fiscal Year 2022, the total amount of funds that are being made available to 68 congressionally directed projects is $153,922,408.

Communities with projects identified for funding must submit an application for their grants in accordance with the Fiscal Year 2022 Pre-Disaster Mitigation Congressional Community Projects funding opportunities published on

FY 2022 PDM Grant Program Project List

State or Tribe Eligible Grant Subrecipient Project Title Amount
Arizona Pinal County Pinal County Christensen Road and Lower Magma Drainage improvements $506,250 
California City of Alameda Veteran’s Court Seawall $1,500,000
California City of Chino Hills Citywide Fuel Reduction $565,000
California City of Poway, Public Works Department Hazardous Tree Removal Mitigation Project $187,500
Colorado Town of Nederland Big Springs Emergency Egress $525,000
Connecticut Capitol Region Council of Governments Capitol Region Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan Update $189,000
Connecticut Connecticut Department of Transportation Replacement of Bridge No. 02100 at Route 154 over Bible Rock Brook $1,500,000
Connecticut Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation $2,300,000
Florida Gadsden County Gadsden County W.S. Stevens High School Disaster Shelter $4,669,171
Florida Monroe County Twin Lakes Subdivision Pre-Disaster Mitigation Project $5,484,300
Florida Mount Sinai Medical Center Mount Sinai Medical Center Infrastructure Hardening and Resiliency Project $7,650,580
Florida Town of Longboat Key Town of Longboat Key Flooding Mitigation Request $350,000
Georgia Glynn County Board of Commissioners Johnson Rocks Revetment Project $2,925,000
Hawaii Honolulu Fire Department HFD Generators at Fire Stations $1,805,000
Hoh Tribe The Hoh Tribe Hoh Tribe Relocation Development $1,650,000
Illinois City of Alton Alton, Illinois Flood Relief and Recovery $2,456,370
Illinois City of North Chicago North Chicago Storm Sewer $7,796,558
Illinois City of Zion Zion Stormwater Management Project $720,435
Illinois DuPage County St. Joseph Creek Condominiums Flood Walls & Flood Gates $915,000
Illinois Lake County Stormwater Management Commission Dady Slough Flood Storage and Wetland Enhancement Project $3,000,000
Illinois Lake County Stormwater Management Commission Sylvan Lake Dam Modifications $1,342,500
Illinois Village of Arlington Heights Village of Arlington Heights – Race & Chicago Avenue Storm Water Detention $600,000
Kansas City of Emporia, Kansas Emporia Pre-Disaster Mitigation $1,796,000
Kansas Water One Backup Engine Generator for Water One $4,837,500
Louisiana Vermillion Parish Vermillion Safe Room $5,250,000
Massachusetts Town of North Attleborough Ten-Mile River Dredging Project to Mitigate Flooding $1,500,000
Massachusetts City of Boston Design & Permitting for Open Space and Resiliency Improvements Project in Joe Moakley Park $1,650,000
Massachusetts City of Chelsea Mill Creek Restoration & Resilience Project $800,000
Massachusetts City of Chelsea Department of Housing and Community Development Island End River Area Flood Resilience Project – City of Everett, County of Chelsea $750,000
Massachusetts City of Newburyport City of Newburyport Bulkhead Renovation Project $2,250,000
Massachusetts City of Woburn Hurld Park Green Infrastructure $262,500
Massachusetts Town of Arlington Mystic and Charles Regional Coastal Flood Interventions Project $750,000
Massachusetts Town of Somerset Somerset Emergency Dam Improvements $975,000
Maryland City of Frederick City of Frederick Motter Avenue Area Community Flood Mitigation Project $534,977
Maryland City of Rockville City of Rockville 6 Taft Court Emergency Power Generation $409,000
Maryland Frederick County Point of Rock Significant/High Hazard Dam Decommissioning and Stream Restoration $908,000
Maine Dover-Foxcroft, ME Dover-Foxcroft, ME Lincoln Bridge Rehabilitation Project $883,000
Michigan City of St. Clair Shores St. Clair Shores Pump Station $248,625
North Carolina Town of Wake Forest Wake Forest Reservoir Dam Repairs $2,175,000
New Hampshire Town of Durham Department of Public Works Emergency Generators $543,000
New Jersey Atlantic County Improvement Authority Lake Lenape Dam Flood Mitigation $4,600,000
New Jersey Borough of Keyport Fireman’s Park Bulkhead Improvement Project $450,000
New Jersey Borough of North Caldwell Hazard Mitigation Improvements in North Caldwell $300,000
New Mexico Columbus Port of Entry Columbus LPOE Flood Control Diversion Berm and Bridge Phase II $1,000,000
New York New York State Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Services Fresh Creek Tide Gates, Brooklyn, NY $800,000
New York Village of Pulaski Stormwater Flooding Improvements $1,000,000
Ohio City of Mansfield Flood Mitigation Project $1,000,000
Oregon City of Astoria Astoria Pre-Disaster Landslide Storm Drainage Project $676,875
Oregon Port of Portland Port of Portland Seismically Resilient Runway $3,750,000
Pennsylvania Upper Burrell Township Lower Drennen Road Landslide Mitigation $184,000
Rhode Island Town of Lincoln, RI Town-wide Wastewater Pump-Station Update $400,000
Texas Harris County Flood Control District TC Jester Stormwater Detention Basin Project $9,950,000
Texas Harris County Flood Control District Westador Stormwater Detention Basin $8,250,000
Texas Harris County Flood Control District Meyergrove Detention Basin $9,950,000
Texas Harris County, Texas Stormwater Detention Basin and Culvert Improvement $9,950,000
Texas Hidalgo County Drainage District No. 1 North Main Drain Expansion Project $3,706,267
Texas City of Cedar Park The City of Cedar Parks Rachettes Sections 2 and 3, Phase II Stormwater Mitigation Project $750,000
Virginia City of Hopewell Cattail Creek Crossing Improvements Project $750,000
Virginia Prince William County Government Community Climate Change Impact Analysis $950,000
Vermont State of Vermont Stream Restoration and Resilience $2,620,000
Vermont Vermont Emergency Management Starksboro Mobile Home Parks Flood Mitigation and Community Space $400,000
Vermont Windham Regional Commission Windham Region Energy Resiliency Zones $151,000
Washington City of Hoquiam Aberdeen-Hoquiam Flood Protection Project $9,950,000
Washington Quinault Indian Nation Emergency Washington State Route 109 Bypass $1,400,000
Wisconsin City of Elroy City of Elroy Electrical Substation Renovation $525,000
Wisconsin Village of Mount Pleasant Lake Park Bluff Mitigation Project $1,666,000
West Virginia City of Huntington Fourpole Creek Pump Station Design and Engineering $2,925,000
West Virginia West Virginia Division of Emergency Management West Virginia Water Treatment Plan Auxiliary Power Project $708,000