The PDM grant program provides funds to States, territories, Indian Tribal governments and communities for hazard mitigation planning and the implementation of mitigation projects prior to a disaster event. Federal funding for this nationally competitive grant program is generally an annual allocation (subject to Congressional appropriation). For additional information related to FEMA's PDM program please see FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Assistance page.

Application period: Closed

Notification of Funds:

FY14 PDM FMA Announcement Memo  pdf format of FY14 PDM FMA Announcement Memo

MEMA 2014 PDM and FMA Grant Presentation  pdf format of MEMA 2014 PDM and FMA Grant Presentation
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FY 2014 PDM Fact Sheet  pdf format of FY 2014 PDM Fact Sheet

FY 2014 PDM – FEMA Funding Opportunity Announcement  pdf format of FY 2014 PDM – FEMA Funding Opportunity Announcement

 

How to Apply:

Applications for this grant program must be submitted through the FEMA eGrants System. 

  eGrants website

   eGrant registration instructions  docx format of eGrant registration instructions

   MEMA E-Grant Request Letter Template  doc format of MEMA E-Grant Request Letter Template

Other helpful eGrants information:

eGrants for Subgrant Applicant Users

eGrants course website

eGrants Subgrantee User Guide  pdf format of eGrants Subgrantee User Guide

Instructions for assigning access  pdf format of Instructions for assigning access

All Mitigation Grant program applications require a completed Benefit-cost analysis (BCA) to be submitted with the application for funding. For more information and instructions on BCA, visit the Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA) webpage.

Mitigation Grant Guidance: Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) Unified Guidance

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