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NEW! FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Accepting NOIs – CalOES has issued another call for Notices of Intent (NOIs) under their Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program has opened as a result of Presidential Disaster Declaration DR-4382 in California and funds plans and projects that reduce the effects of future natural disasters. NOIs are due October 5, 2018. For more information about the grants, click here.

Posted on 08.22.18

NEW! CalOES Pre-Disaster Mitigation and Flood Mitigation Assistant Grant Programs Accepting NOIs – CalOES has issued another call for Notices of Intent (NOIs) under their Pre-Disaster Mitigation and Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant Programs. This includes $235,200,000 nationwide for the PDM program and $160,000,000 nationwide for the FMA program. These programs provide funding for the development of local hazard mitigation plans and implementation of hazard mitigation projects NOIs for planning are due September 24, 2018. For more information about the grants, click here.

Posted on 08.22.18

Do you know what to expect in the next big earthquake? The USGS just released a new website to help Bay Area residents learn about the big issues to expect before, during, and after a major earthquake in an urban area. Get prepared here and learn everything you need to know about living in earthquake country.

Posted on 04.11.18

Earthquake Housing Loss Report ABAG is pleased to announce the release of our newest research. The new data illustrates the consequences to the region’s housing stock from 16 earthquake scenarios. How would your county fare? Visit the web page, read the housing loss and shelter needs white papers, and download the data for yourself.

Posted on 02.08.18

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