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The Community Development Block Grant – Mitigation Program (CDBG-MIT) funds eligible grantees impacted by recent disasters to carry out strategic and high-impact activities to mitigate future disaster risks and losses.
CDBG-MIT funds should (1) support data-informed investments, focusing on repetitive property losses and critical infrastructure; (2) build capacity to analyze disaster risks and update hazard mitigation plans; (3) support adoption of policies that reflect local and regional priorities that will impact sustainable risk reduction; and (4) maximize the impact of funds by encouraging leverage, public/private partnerships, and coordination with other federal funding.
States, territories, local governments, and tribes are eligible recipients.
Approx Annual Funding Amount
Funding varies depending on congressional appropriations. See the CDBG-MIT Action Plan Checklist for more information.
Cost Share Requirements
There are no cost-share requirements.
The application cycle varies depending on disaster recovery needs and congressional appropriations.