The application period for FEMA’s fiscal year 2020
Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) grants under the Flood Mitigation
Assistance (FMA) and new Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities
(BRIC) programs is now open.
HMA grant applications will be accepted
in FEMA GO through 3 pm
EST on January 29, 2021.* Applications
received by FEMA GO after the deadline will not be considered for funding.
*Applicants may have earlier
deadlines for subapplicants. For local governments and state and tribal
agencies, please contact your State Hazard Mitigation Officer
to learn about the applicant’s priorities, deadlines, and
The Natural Hazards Center, in
partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, is pleased to
present the Making Mitigation
Work Webinar Series. These free one-hour webinars feature
innovative speakers and highlight recent progress in mitigation policy,
practice, and research. More information on topics and how to register can
be found here: www.hazards.colorado.edu/training/webinars/making-mitigation-work.
About Mitigation Minute
This series is provided by FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Assistance
Division. The Mitigation
Minute contains a weekly fact about grants and resources
provided across the country to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people
and property from natural hazards and does not endorse any non-government
organizations, entities or services.
Comments or questions? Contact a FEMA
Hazard Mitigation Specialist for your region. Download the FEMA app
today for weather alerts, safety tips, and recovery center locations.
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