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High Hazard Potential Dams Grant Awards

The High Hazard Potential Dams (HHPD) Grant Awards provide technical, planning, design and construction assistance in the form of grants for rehabilitation of eligible high hazard potential dams. A state or territory with an enacted dam safety program, the State Administrative Agency or an equivalent state agency is eligible for the grant.

2022

2021

2020

2019

Fiscal Year 2022 High Hazard Potential Dam Grant

Note

This figure includes $11 million from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The ** indicate the states that applied for construction grants from these funds.

RegionStateState OrganizationTotal Federal Share
1New HampshireDepartment of Safety, Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management$791,576
2Puerto RicoElectric Power Authority$317,165
3Maryland*Maryland Emergency Management Agency$1,279,408
3PennsylvaniaEmergency Management Agency, Pennsylvania$1,672,624
3VirginiaDepartment of Conservation and Recreation - Dam Safety and Floodplain Management$452,711
4Georgia*Georgia Department of Natural Resources$2,976,712
4North Carolina*North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources$2,410,944
4South CarolinaSouth Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control$1,153,032
5Michigan*Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy$790,254
5Ohio*Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Dam Safety$3,133,869
6ArkansasArkansas Natural Resources Commission$226,802
6Oklahoma*Oklahoma Water Resources Board$1,593,723
8MontanaMontana DMA DES Office of Homeland Security Grants$384,938
8UtahNatural Resources, Utah Department of$260,688
8WyomingWyoming State Engineer's Office$283,279
9ArizonaArizona Department of Water Resources$317,165
9California*Department of Water Resources Safety of Dams$1,019,115
10Oregon*State of Oregon Water Resources Department$1,279,408
10WashingtonWashington State Department of Ecology$1,656,587

Fiscal Year 2021 High Hazard Potential Dam Grant

RegionStateState OrganizationFederal Share
1NHNew Hampshire Department of Safety, Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management$810,980
2PRElectric Power Authority$507,208
3MDMaryland Emergency Management Agency$479,592
3PAPennsylvania Emergency Management Agency$1,556,603
3VAVirginia Department of Conservation and Recreation - Dam Safety and Floodplain Management$479,592
4NCNorth Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources$672,901
4SCSouth Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control$507,208
5INIndiana Department of Natural Resources$507,208
5MIMichigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy$396,745
5OHOhio Department of Natural Resources, Dam Safety$1,114,751
6OKOklahoma Water Resources Board$949,058
6TXTexas Commission on Environmental Quality$1,556,603
9CADepartment of Water Resources Safety of Dams$921,442
10ORState of Oregon Water Resources Department$672,901
10WAWashington State Department of Ecology$507,208

Fiscal Year 2020 High Hazard Potential Dam Grant

RegionStateState OrganizationFederal Share
1CTConnecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection$191,093
1MAMassachusetts Emergency Management Agency$378,009
1NHNew Hampshire Dept. of Safety, Div. of Homeland Security & Emergency Management$350,318
1RIRhode Island Department of Environmental Management$114,943
2NYNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation$564,925
2PRElectric Power Authority$156,479
3MDMaryland Emergency Management Agency$274,167
3PAEmergency Management Agency, Pennsylvania$1,035,676
3VAVirginia Department of Conservation and Recreation - Dam Safety and Floodplain Management$163,402
4GAGeorgia Department of Natural Resources$627,231
4MSMississippi Department of Environmental Quality$481,852
4NCNorth Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources$495,697
4SCSouth Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control$585,694
5INIndiana Department of Natural Resources$232,630
5MIMichigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy$142,634
5OHOhio Department of Natural Resources, Dam Safety$558,002
6OKOklahoma Water Resources Board$204,939
6TXTexas Commission on Environmental Quality$987,217
7NENebraska Emergency Management Agency$170,325
8COColorado Division of Water Resources, Dam Safety Program$301,858
8KSKansas Water Office$246,476
8MTMontana Department of Military Affairs, Disaster and Emergency Services, Office of Homeland Security Grants$170,325
8UTNatural Resources, Utah Department of$142,634
9AZArizona Department of Water Resources$177,248
9CADepartment of Water Resources Safety of Dams$267,244
9HIState of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources$419,546
9NVDepartment of Public Safety Nevada Division of Emergency Management$114,943
10ORState of Oregon Water Resources Department$184,171
10WAWashington State Department of Ecology$260,322

Fiscal Year 2019 High Hazard Potential Dam Grant

Region   State State Organization Federal Share
1 NH New Hampshire Department of Safety, Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management $475,437
1 RI Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management $169,542
1 VT Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation $202,612
2 NJ New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection $483,705
2 NY New York State Department of Environmental Conservation $1,250,000
3 PA Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection $186,077
3 VA Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation $177,810
3 WV West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection $277,019
4 GA Georgia Department of Natural Resources $739,995
4 KY Energy and Environment Cabinet $334,891
4 MS Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality $591,181
4 NC North Carolina Dept. of Environmental Quality $169,542
4 SC South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control $301,821
5 IN Indiana Department of Natural Resources $326,624
5 MN Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Dam Safety $153,008
5 OH State of Ohio Department of Natural Resources $1,250,000
6 OK Oklahoma Water Resources Board $277,019
6 TX Texas Commission on Environmental Quality $574,647
7 KS Kansas Water Office $171,210
8 CO Colorado Division of Water Resources, Dam Safety Program $260,484
8 WY Wyoming State Engineer's Office $318,356
9 AZ Arizona Department of Water Resources $194,345
9 CA Department of Water Resources Safety of Dams $260,484
10 ID Idaho Department of Water Resources $202,612
10 OR State of Oregon Water Resources Department $260,484
10 WA Washington State Department of Ecology $153,007