$800M total available

FY23 Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant Program – Connecticut

The Flood Mitigation Assistance grant program is a competitive program that provides funding to states, federally recognized Tribal governments, U.S. territories, and local governments. Since the National Flood Insurance Reform Act of 1994 was signed into law, funds are used for projects that reduce or eliminate the risk of repetitive flood damage to buildings insured by the National Flood Insurance Program.

Additional Information:
The Flood Mitigation Assistance grant program funds activities and projects, including: - Capability and Capacity Building Activities - Mitigation Plans - Technical Assistance by States to Communities - Project Scoping - Localized Flood Risk Reduction Projects - Individual Flood Mitigation Projects - Management Costs Additional capability and capacity building activities also may be funded, including: - Partnership Development to Conduct Eligible Mitigation Activities - Enhancing Local Floodplain Management - Severe Repetitive Loss/Repetitive Loss Strategy Development - Other Capability and Capacity Building Activities
Funding Agencies: FEMA
Eligibility: Local Government Entity, State Agency, Tribal Government/Organization
Frequency Details: Annual
Match Requirement: Generally 75% federal, 25% non-federal
Nature-based Solutions
Sea Level Rise
Stormwater Management
Extreme Weather & Storms
Open Resource

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