Resilient Communities – BRIC grants available.
Join the International Code Council for a free webinar
Thursday, October 7 at 3 pm ET | Noon PT
Now in its second year, FEMA’s Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) program is the agency’s $1 billion mitigation grant program. BRIC prioritizes the adoption and enforcement of hazard resistant building codes and makes funding available for adoption activities (including staff time and consultant costs), training, including the Code Council’s When Disaster Strikes Institute, certifications, building department accreditation, electronic permitting, and online access to codes and standards. For FY2021, BRIC includes $56 million in state/territory allocations (up to $1 million for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories) and another $25 million specifically set-aside for all federally recognized Tribal Governments.
This session features panelists from FEMA, state and local government, and the private sector who will share opportunities and best practices for how to successfully leverage BRIC funding through collaboration with hazard mitigation officials and other stakeholders.
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