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Emergency Management & Homeland Security

The Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division is announcing two hazard mitigation funding opportunities for Michigan communities and tribes:

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) for Disaster 4757-DR

Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) provides funds for hazard mitigation planning activities and implementation of mitigation projects.  Hazard mitigation activities are intended to reduce or eliminate future property damages and/or loss of life from natural hazards, such as floods, tornadoes, and storms.  Grants are funded with a 75% federal share and a 25% local match (which may include cash, third-party in-kind services, materials, or any combination thereof).

Informational Bulletin – HMPG 4757 request for NOIs

HMPG NOI Form Guidance

Swift Current

Swift Current provides funding to mitigate future flood losses to buildings that are on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s repetitive loss lists (buildings that have received multiple insurances claims through their National Flood Insurance Program policies).

Notices of Intent are due by July 15, 2024, for anyone wanting to apply for either program.  For more information and details, please review the posted informational bulletins below.

Informational Bulletin – Swift Current Funds Available

Subgrantee Record Retention

Informational Bulletin - Subgrantee Record Retention Updated August 2021

EMHSD Vision

Be a leader and partner in protecting our homeland from all threats and hazards.

EMHSD Mission

Prevent, mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies, disasters, and threats to our homeland.



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