The Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program (RCPGP) plays an important role in the implementation of the National Preparedness System. RCPGP supports the building of core capabilities essential to achieving the National Preparedness Goal of a secure and resilient nation by providing resources to close known capability gaps in Housing and Logistics and Supply Chain Management, encouraging innovative regional solutions to issues related to catastrophic incidents, and building on existing regional efforts.
Fiscal Year 2019 Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program
Total funding available in fiscal year 2019: $10,000,000
NOTICE OF FUNDING OPPORTUNITY
You may access the Fiscal Year 2019 Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program Notice of Funding Opportunity and supporting documents that provide additional information and resources on the program.
The Notice of Funding Opportunity is also available at Grants.gov. The application period is now closed.
Eight local governments are recipients of a total of $10 million in competitive awards for the Fiscal Year 2019 Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program to assist in developing innovative regional solutions to issues related to catastrophic incidents.
The 2019 grants focus on planning, organization, training and exercises to build regional capabilities in FEMA’s Food, Water and Sheltering Community Lifeline.
FY2019 RCPGP Awards Recipients
- $1,406,550 City of San Francisco, California
- $1,138,790 District of Columbia
- $1,401,975 City of Jacksonville, Florida
- $937,700 City of Baltimore, Maryland
- $1,406,550 City of Boston, Massachusetts
- $1,073,481 City of El Paso, Texas
- $1,230,748 City of Houston, Texas
- $1,404,206 Snohomish County, Washington