Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation and Virginia Resources Authority
02/26/21 4:00 PM Eastern Time Receipt
Grants to Virginia local governments, corporations, organizations, partnerships, and individuals for projects that prevent flooding and reduce property damage. Funding is intended for the implementation or development of flood protection and prevention studies, and costs related to a specific regulated dam. Grants are available in two categories: dam safety and flood prevention and protection.
Dam Safety Projects (for government and private entities)
The purpose of this category is to assist dam owners in bringing their regulated dams into compliance with the Dam Safety Act (§10.1-604 et seq. of the Code of Virginia) and the Virginia Impounding Structure Regulations (4VAC5-20-10 et seq.). Eligible projects include:
Flood Prevention and Protection Projects (government entities)
The purpose of this category is to assist local governments with flood prevention or protection studies to prevent loss of life and reduce property damage caused by flooding. Per §10.1-603.16 of the Code of Virginia, flood prevention or protection studies means hydraulic and hydrologic studies of floodplains with historic and predicted floods, the assessment of flood risk, and the development of strategies to prevent or mitigate damage from flooding. Eligible projects include:
GrantWatch ID#: 179980
A maximum of $400,000 is available for Flood Prevention and Protection projects and at least $600,000 is available for Dam Safety projects. Maximum grant amount per project will be determined based on scoring, amounts requested from eligible projects, and available funds.
Each application submitted must be for a discrete project to be completed after the beginning of the application period and not later than 12-months of an executed agreement or extension date approved by the Department.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Floodplain applications and Dam Safety applications where DSIS is not available should be submitted in a PDF format to email@example.com.
To access DSIS, first submit the completed application access form and all supporting attachments by email or mail:
Department of Conservation and Recreation
600 E. Main St, 4th Floor
Richmond VA, 23219
If electronic submittal is not possible, please submit 3 complete copies of each application (including one originally-signed copy), together with all attachments and supporting documentation, to the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation at the address below:
Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation
Attention: Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund
Division of Dam Safety and Floodplain Management
600 East Main Street, 24th Floor
Richmond, Virginia 23219
If you have any issues submitting your application, contact James Martin at the above email address.
For any questions regarding the application process, please contact the Department of Conservation and Recreation, Division of Dam Safety and Floodplain Management at (804) 371-6095 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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