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Federal Insurance & Mitigation Administration, Environmental and Historic Preservation
Collection Created:
January 14, 2015
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  • Guidelines for Complying with 44 CFR 9 and EO 11988 (Floodplain Management) in Coastal High Hazard Areas on the Gulf Coast

    The purpose of this memorandum is to define the Coastal High Hazard Areas in those areas on the Gulf Coast with mapped Advisory Base Flood Elevations (ABFEs) and clarify requirements for FEMA-funded projects in Coastal High Hazard Areas.

  • Unified Federal Environmental and Historic Preservation Review (UFR) Library

    The Unified Federal Environmental and Historic Preservation Review (UFR) Library contains documents associated with UFR Process development and implementation.  These documents, the Tools and Mechanisms, are for federal, tribal, state, and local stakeholders, including applicants and EHP practitioners.  The Tools and Mechanisms unify and expedite environmental and historic preservation (EHP) review for proposed disaster recovery projects because they can be in place before a disaster occurs, are scalable to the needs of a particular disaster, empower applicants, enable EHP practitioners to share data, apply existing efficiencies within EHP requirements to disaster recovery projects, and introduce new compliance pathways for specific EHP requirements. 

    The library contains the following: UFR Frequently Asked Questions, UFR Newsletters, Practitioner and Leadership Briefing Packages, Applicant Guide, Practitioner Guidance, Data Standards List and Instructions, Disaster-Specific Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Interagency Meeting Checklist, EHP Agency Point of Contact Lists and Instructions, EHP Disaster Recovery Skills Checklist, UFR Process Glossary, IT Resources List and Instructions, UFR MOU, Prototype Programmatic Agreement for Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Template Environmental Checklist for FEMA and HUD, and UFR Fact Sheets for various stakeholders.

  • Environmental Planning and Historic Preservation Policy

    The purpose of this policy is to issue Advisory Base Flood Elevations in the implementation of FEMA Assistance.  In light of the devastating hurricane events in the Gulf Coast region, FEMA has gathered and is assessing available flood hazard data for the areas impacted by Hurricane Katrina and Rita. Based on the preliminary assessment, FEMA has determined that the 1% annual chance flood event depicted on the effective or preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps in some locations does not adequately reflect post-storm conditions.

     

  • Overview of FEMA's Intent to Implement the Federal Flood Risk Management Standard

    The purpose of this document is to share the framework FEMA is considering to implement E.O. 13690 and the Federal Flood Risk Management Standard.  FEMA is proposing to develop a new policy which will establish how FEMA will implement the E.O. 13690 amendments and the FFRMS.

  • DR-4226-AR Greensheet

    Greensheet provides guidance and assistance to communities after a disaster by providing information on regulations, policies, processes that may impact recovery specifically as it relates to Environmental and Historic Preservation.

  • Environmental and Historic Preservation Greensheet for Texas DR 4223

    Greensheet provides guidance on policies, regulations, and considerations for environmental and historic preservation issues after a disaster to aid in a community's recovery.

  • Environmental and Historic Preservation Greensheet for Louisiana DR 4228

    Greensheet provided guidance on policies, regulations, and considerations for environmental and historic preservation issues after a disaster to aid in a community's recovery.

  • Writing Tips for Preparing Environmental Assessments - Region 6 - EHP

    An outline for how to prepare an Environmental Assessment (EA) for FEMA-funded grant projects, including specifications for the public comment period.

  • Environmental and Historic Preservation Greensheet for Oklahoma DR 4222

    Greensheet provides guidance on policies, regulations, and considerations for environmental and historice perservation issues after a disaster to aid in a community's recovery.

  • Environmental and Historic Preservation Greensheet for Oklahoma DR 4247

    Greensheet provides guidance on policies, regulations, and considerations for environmental and historic preservation issues after a disaster to aid in a community's recovery.

  • Environmental Considerations Greensheet for DR# 4228 - Louisiana

    This "Greensheet" provides you with guidance on the agency’s environmental and historic preservation review process. If you are seeking funding for disaster recovery from FEMA, please read this carefully.

    As is the case with all-federal funding, certain requirements related to the environment and historic preservation must be fulfilled. This brochure provide information to help you better understand the factors that must be considered as you begin to apply for FEMA funding. The information and assistance described here will help avoid any undue environmental and historic preservation roadblocks or funding delays.

  • Environmental Considerations Greensheet for FEMA 4277-DR-Louisiana

    Environmental Considerations Greensheet for FEMA 4277-DR-Louisiana

  • Environmental and Historic Preservation Greensheet for DR-4254-AR

    Environmental and Historic Preservation Greensheet for DR-4254-AR

  • Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4269-DR-TX

    Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4269-DR-TX

  • Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4245-DR-TX

    Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4245-DR-TX

  • Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4266-DR-TX

    Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4266-DR-TX

  • Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4255-DR-TX

    Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4255-DR-TX

  • Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4222-DR-OK

    Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA 4222-DR-OK

  • Environmental Considerations Greensheet, FEMA-4299-OK

    The Greensheet provides guidance on the agency’s environmental and historic preservation review process.

  • Environmental Compliance Greensheet FEMA-DR# 4352 for Acoma Pueblo

    Environmental Compliance Greensheet for Acoma Pueblo - This "Greensheet" provides you with guidance on FEMA’s Environmental and Historic Preservation (EHP) review process to help you understand your obligations to ensure that all Federal compliance requirements are met and how compliance may impact project funding. FEMA EHP staff is available to answer questions and direct you to other resources as needed.