2021 Nebraska State Hazard Mitigation Plan
There is a link to the updated state hazard mitigation plan at the bottom of this page. The file includes the base plan, the appendices, and a tracker with the public power annexes' current statuses. We will not publish the actual public power annexes for security reasons. Please direct your questions to: email@example.com
Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)
FEMA’s Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC)
NEMA NOFO Webinars
The NEMA HM staff will host three webinars to provide additional information on the BRIC NOFO and application instructions. The dates and links are included in the NOFO.
FEMA has provided the following support materials to assist applicants:
- Building Code Activities
- Mitigation Planning Activities
- Partnership Activities
- Project Scoping Activities
- Technical Evaluation Criteria
- Qualitative Evaluation Criteria
- Mitigation Action Portfolio
NEMA HMGP Application Webinar
On April 10, 2020, NEMA hosted an applicant webinar to review the NEMA application form and FEMA application requirements for the Hazard Mitigation Grants Program (HMGP). This webinar walked applicants through each application component, including scopes of work, project cost estimates, cost-share requirements, benefit-cost analysis, and incorporating environmental and historic preservation (EHP) impacts. The presenters for the webinar were Lexy Hindt, the deputy state hazard mitigation officer, and Vanessa Castillo of Hagerty Consulting.
State Hazard Mitigation Program
The purpose of the Nebraska State Hazard Mitigation Plan is to provide comprehensive guidelines for hazard mitigation actions within the state. This plan identifies potential risks with appropriate mitigation strategies to significantly reduce loss of life, injuries, economic costs and destruction of natural, cultural and manmade resources. The current state HMP has been adopted by the Governor and approvd by FEMA, this mitigation plan is posted below for easy access by the public and local emergency response agencies. The Nebraska State Hazard Mitigation plan is a living document, and will be rewritten by state officials every five years.