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Cal OES 2022 Prepare California Match - BRIC and FMA Notice of Funding Opportunity. Due 9/16.

Opportunity Title:

2022 Prepare California Match - BRIC and FMA Notice of Funding Opportunity



Description:

The Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) is pleased to announce an additional funding opportunity under the Prepare California Initiative. Cal OES will offer matching funds for the non-federal cost share for the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) and Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) project scoping activities and competitive mitigation projects for high hazard risk and socially vulnerable communities. This NOFO outlines the eligibility requirements and process for applying for the matching funds. Eligible subapplicants include local governments (cities, counties, and special districts) and tribal governments that apply through Cal OES. Per FEMA, private non-profits (PNPs), businesses, and communities, are not eligible subapplicants for the BRIC or FMA programs and this subsequent match funding program.



Eligibility:

Prepare California Match - FMA

To be eligible for Prepare CA Match – FMA, entities must be Cal OES FMA subapplicants such as counties, cities, special districts, and tribal governments. Furthermore, the eligible entity must apply for a project that protects a community considered socially vulnerable and at high hazard risk according to the Cal OES Hazard Mitigation Assistance Division’s Vulnerability Map3. The mitigation projects and project scoping activities must demonstrate that mitigation activities directly and primarily benefit a qualified socially vulnerable and high hazard risk community or communities.


Prepare California Match - BRIC

To be eligible for Prepare CA Match –BRIC, entities must be Cal OES BRIC subapplicants such as counties, cities, special districts, and tribal governments. The eligible entity must apply for a project that protects a community considered socially vulnerable and at high hazard risk according to the Cal OES Hazard Mitigation Assistance Division’s Vulnerability Map1. The mitigation projects and project scoping activities must demonstrate that mitigation activities directly and primarily benefit a qualified socially vulnerable and high hazard risk community or communities.



Application Deadline:

September 16, 2022



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