The Resilient Communities Program (RCP) is a competitive grant program designed to fund unmet recovery and mitigation needs for public infrastructure projects that will help HUD-identified and State-identified "most impacted and distressed" (MID) areas become more resilient to current and future flood-related natural hazards. Eligible applicants will be responsible for the implementation, operation, and maintenance of awarded projects.
The State has modeled this program on FEMA's Building Resilient Infrastructure in Communities (BRIC) program, a federal program that awards funds nationally through an annual competition. The purpose of aligning RCP with BRIC is to assist applicants in developing the knowledge and skill set to plan, scope, and use cost-effective methods for resilient infrastructure projects.
June 28, 2023 – December 20, 2023
The deadline for submitting the Resilient Communities Program (RCP) application has been extended to December 20, 2023. Complete the application registration to be redirected to the application page. Please complete one registration for each project.
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