OpenFEMA Dataset: Hazard Mitigation Plan Statuses - v1
NOTE: The data provided in this product from FEMA’s Mitigation Planning Portal (MPP) has not been updated since December 31, 2020.
|Keywords||mitigation, plan, planning, status|
The Mitigation Planning Portal (MPP) is an online platform for tracking and reporting on mitigation plans and related data elements across all ten Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Regions. MPP data provides insight into which jurisdictions are participating in mitigation plans across the country and what the status of those plans are. Additionally, MPP data provides dates to support tracking of when plans are approved and when they are set to expire which FEMA uses to monitor and support disaster preparedness and resilience.
Hazard mitigation works to reduce loss of life and property by reducing the impact of disasters. Through effective mitigation planning and the implementation of mitigation strategies greater risk reduction can be achieved. State, tribal, territorial and local governments undertake hazard mitigation planning to identify risks and vulnerabilities related to natural disasters. Through planning, they develop long-term strategies for protecting people and property from future events. Mitigation plans are key to breaking the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage. A FEMA-approved hazard mitigation plan is required to receive grant funding.
Hazard mitigation plans enable state, tribal, territorial, and local governments to:
' Increase education and awareness around threats, hazards, and vulnerabilities
' Build partnerships for risk reduction with governments, organizations, businesses, and the public
' Identify long-term, thorough strategies and achieve risk reduction
' Align risk reduction with other state, tribal, territorial or community objectives
' Identify implementation actions to focus resources on the greatest risks and vulnerabilities
' Connect priorities to potential funding sources
' Increase investment in mitigation actions
A FEMA-approved hazard mitigation plan is needed to receive certain types of non-emergency disaster assistance, including funding for mitigation projects.
Please note that jurisdictions may participate in multiple plans. This is raw, unedited data that is dependent on Regional entry, as such it is subject to human error and delayed entry of plan information. The data is updated from authoritative sources and has a minimum 24 hour delay. Citation: The agency's preferred citation for each dataset is included in its metadata. Users should also cite the date that data was accessed or retrieved from fema.gov and/or Data.gov. Finally, users must clearly state that 'FEMA and the Federal Government cannot vouch for the data or analyses derived from these data after the data have been retrieved from the Agency's website(s) and/or Data.gov.' Place name may differ from official naming standard referenced in update organization documents (i.e. Tribal name under BIA list or other authoritative source Village of, City of, etc.).
If you have media inquiries about this dataset, please email the FEMA News Desk FEMA-News-Desk@dhs.gov or call (202) 646-3272. For inquiries about FEMA's data and Open government program please contact the OpenFEMA team via email OpenFEMA@fema.dhs.gov.
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|Number (1-10) used to represent the Region associated with the project||yes|
|Full name of the State (e.g., Virginia) associated with the project||yes|
|Two letter abbreviation of the state (e.g., VA)||yes|
|The name of a U.S. county, parish, borough, independent city or other political subdivision of a U.S. state or territory||yes|
|Name of the Community||yes|
|The description of the Reference Plan Type. Plan Type values include: Standard State, Standard Tribe, Enhanced State, Enhanced Tribe, Single-Jurisdiction, Multi-Jurisdiction||yes|
|An identification number used to identify a plan. Used for reporting purposes only||yes|
|The name of the Mitigation Plan, typically as shown on the cover of the submitted document||yes|
|The description of the Reference Plan Status. Plan Status values include: Approved, Approved Pending Adoption (APA), Plan In Progress, In Review, Expired, Awaiting Revisions||yes|
|apaDate||Approved Pending Adoption (APA) Date||
|Approvable Pending Adoption. The date FEMA determines a Mitigation Plan meets all requirements of 44 CFR Part 201, except adoption by one or more of the Jurisdictions associated with the Plan that would then prompt FEMA approval.||yes|
|planApprovalDate||Plan Approval Date||
|The date the Mitigation Plan was approved by FEMA. Once established, the date will not change during the next 3 or 5 years.||yes|
|planExpirationDate||Plan Expiration Date||
|The date when the Mitigation Plan expires. 'Approval Date' plus 5 years.||yes|
|The status of a Jurisdiction that is an identified participant in a Mitigation Plan. Jurisdiction status values include: Approved, Approved Pending Adoption (APA), Plan In Progress, In Review, Expired, Awaiting Revisions||yes|
|The type of government entity (Jurisdiction). Includes State, Tribal and Local governments. Format Alaska Native Organization Alaska Native Village College Conservation District Consolidated Government County County Subdivision District Electric/Power Authority Fire/EMS District Flood Control District Highway/Port/Rail Hospital/Medical Facility Incorporated City Island Municipality Municipio Natural Resources Organized Borough Other Parish Regional Planning Agency School/School District Special District State/District/Territory Town Township Transit/Airport Tribal Unincorporated University Unorganized Territories Village Water/Sewer Authority||yes|
|Unique ID assigned to the record that does not persist between data set refreshes||yes|
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