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Funding
Mitigation Funding 
 Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA)Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM)  Repetitive Flood Claims (RFC)Severe Repetitive Loss (SRL)  Louisiana Recovery Authority (LRA)Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) 
 Who is the money for?Owners of severe repetitive loss properties currently insured under the NFIP NFIP policy holders NFIP policy holders NFIP policy holders with at least one flood claim Owners of severe repetitive loss properties currently incured under the NFIP All Louisiana homeowners affected by Hurricanes Katrina or Rita All NFIP policy holders with the ICC rider
 Types of Projects
  1. voluntary acquisition
  2. relocation of the structure
  3. elevation
  4. reconstruction
  5. constructing certain types of minor localized flood control projects
  1. voluntary acquisition*
  2. demolition*
  3. relocation of the structure*
  4. elevation
  5. dry floodproofing non-residential buildings
  1. voluntary acquisition*
  2. relocation of the structure*
  3. structural and non-structural retrofitting
  1. voluntary acquisition*
  2. demolition*
  3. relocation of the structure*

 

 
  1. voluntary acquisition*
  2. demolition*
  3. relocation of the structure*
  4. elevation
  5. floodproofing
  6. minor physical localized flood control projects
  7. reconstruction
 Contact LRA Projects that will bring a substantially damaged home into current compliance
 Maximum amount available per household

 For elevation: no maximum

For reconstruction: $150,000

Contact FEMA Contact FEMA  Contact FEMA  Contact FEMA   Contact LRA $30,000
 How much the homeowner has to contribute 25% 25%25%  0%25%  depends on the project** 0%
 How does the homeowner apply Contact your Community Contact your Community Contact the State  Contact the State Contact the State  Contact LRA Contact your Permit Official 

* The lot must be deed restricted as open space

**If the project costs more than the allotted amount, then the homeowner must pay the remainder of the total project cost.