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Planning-Related Activities Using Hazard Mitigation Grant Program 7-Percent Funding

The funding for planning-related activities falls under Title 44 of
the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Section 201.3(c)(4),
where up to 7 percent of a recipient’s HMGP funding can be used
for mitigation planning in accordance with 44 CFR Section
206.434. Within this percentage, there are no limits on the dollar
value of the planning-related activity or the number of planning
activities that can be submitted on behalf of a community.

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Considerations for Local Mitigation Planning Grant Subapplicants

This Job Aid will guide local communities and tribal subapplicants as they pursue planning grant funding under the Hazard Mitigation Assistance Program. It provides considerations for the development of a planning grant scope of work with the goal of encouraging strong, comprehensive planning grant subapplications. The Job Aid also addresses considerations for cost estimates.

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Tribal Mitigation Planning and HMA Grant Application Development

This Job Aid is designed to help tribes complete a planning grant/subgrant application that, once approved, will yield a complete and actionable mitigation plan.

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Nick Buls, an Emergency Management Specialist

Nick Buls, an Emergency Management Specialist from FEMA Region 3 in Philadelphia, seen on March 11, 2021, was deployed to work a Charleston, W.Va., call center set up by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources. Operators from FEMA, the West Virginia National Guard and DHHR contacted nearly 40,000 registrants to schedule vaccine appointments at the state’s Walgreens pharmacies.

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Leeandra Buttry

Leeandra Buttry, a FEMA reservist from Lakeland, Fla., seen on March 11, 2021, was deployed to work a Charleston, W.Va., call center set up by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources. Operators from FEMA, the West Virginia National Guard and DHHR contacted nearly 40,000 registrants to schedule vaccine appointments at the state’s Walgreens pharmacies.

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Notice to Congress: April 2021 Update

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Community Wind Shelters: Background and Research

In areas subject to extreme-wind events, building owners, school and hospital administrators, neighborhood associations, and other individuals and organizations with responsibilities for public safety should consider building a community shelter. As outlined in this publication, wind hazards, such as those associated with tornadoes and hurricanes, vary throughout the United States. The decision to build a wind shelter will be based largely on the magnitude of the wind hazard in a given area and on the level of risk considered acceptable.

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Residential Safe Rooms: Background and Research

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Wind Provisions in the 2015 International Residential Code

This document summarizes the wind-resistant provisions of the 2015 edition of the IRC.

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 04-16-2021