This grant is designed to provide funding for local flood emergency responders within the Legal Delta to improve their capacity to respond to flood emergencies. Projects funded under this grant must reduce the risk of flooding in the Delta.
Eligible activities include planning, mapping, training, exercises, the development of emergency management tools, communications and communications equipment, the purchase of flood fighting materials and equipment, the development or improvement of emergency response facilities, and more.
- Public Agency
- Tribal Government
Applicants must be a California public agency with primary responsibility for flood emergency response and coordination. This applies to counties, cities, flood control districts, reclamation districts, local maintaining agencies, and some tribes in California.
Multiple agencies may apply under the same application, but must designate a lead agency that is a flood emergency first responder.
Applicants must have jurisdiction fully or partially within the Legal Delta. All projects must reduce the risk of levee failure or flooding within the Legal Delta.
Matching Funding Requirement:
Projects under this grant program may be funded up to 100% using grant funds. Additional external funding may be used to complete projects but is not required. Once awarded, project funding will be provided through a reimbursement process detailed in the grant agreement to be executed after award notification.
How to Apply
State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.
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