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Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Mitigation Programs

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Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Mitigation Programs

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  1. Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Mitigation Programs

  2. Hazard Mitigation Grants Pre Disaster Grants • PDM- Pre Disaster Mitigation • CTP- Cooperating Technical Partners • NEHRP- National Earthquake Hazard Education Program • NTHMP- National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program • FMA- Flood Mitigation Assistance Disaster Grants • HMGP- Hazard Mitigation Grant Program • FMAG- Fire Management Assistance Grant

  3. Pre Disaster Mitigation (PDM) Program • FEMA approved Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) required to apply for grants • Notice of funding opportunity announced annually (spring) • Nationally Competitive application process • Limited funding (authorized by Congress annually)

  4. Pre Disaster Mitigation Grants • CTP- Cooperating Technical Partners • Assistance with technical projects • Coordinating resources and efforts • NEHRP- National Earthquake Hazard Education Program • Education and outreach • Earthquake simulator • NTHMP- National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program • Education and outreach • Tsunami alerting systems for affected areas • FMA- Flood Mitigation Assistance • To reduce repetitive losses • Competitive grant (requested by the state or tribe)

  5. Disaster Grants Hazard Mitigation Grant Program • FEMA approved Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) required to apply for grants • Funding released by Presidentially Declared Disaster • Mitigation is focused on limiting or preventing similar damage • Event specific and limited to area identified in the declaration • Open period to identify scope of work/approval modification of scope requires approval by FEMA Fire Management Assistance Grant • Pilot program 2015 • Burn area mitigation • Grant requested by the state or tribe

  6. Local Hazard Mitigation Plans • Can be submitted as municipality, village, borough, “multijurisdictional”, or Native Alaskan Tribal plan • Tribes may work directly with FEMA for approval of their plans; state involvement in development highly encouraged • The Mitigation Team has a plan coordinator that is a valuable resource during plan development or updates, and will review plans prior to FEMA submission • Specific requirements must be addressed in the LHMP “a systematic evaluation of the nature and extent of vulnerability to the effects of natural hazards present… and includes actions needed to minimize future vulnerability” • Forms the basis for mitigating risk in emergency situations; natural, man made, or human caused

  7. Questions? • Kevin Reeve • State Hazard Mitigation Officer (SHMO) • DHS &EM • PO Box 5750 • JBER, Alaska 99505-5750 • (907) 428-7019 (Direct) • 1-800-478-2337 (Toll Free) • Kevin.Reeve@Alaska.gov