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  • 1. What to do with a $3 million FEMA Mitigation Grant
    • City & County of Denver
    • Regional Detention Pond at Police Station 2 (38 th & Holly)
    • $3 Million PDM Grant
  • 2. Tips on Preparing an Application
    • About Denver’s 38 th & Holly project
    • Selecting a qualified project
    • Benefit Cost Analysis
    • How to approach the application
  • 3. Denver’s Regional Detention
    • Flood Hazard Mitigation
    • Urban Flooding (not riverine)
    • Proposed Regional Stormwater Detention
    • Directly Reduced Flooding to 78 Structures
    • Within the Basin of a Fire Fighter Death
  • 4. Basin Map August 17, 2000
  • 5. August 17, 2000
  • 6.  
  • 7. Before and After Photos
  • 8.  
  • 9.  
  • 10. Selecting a Qualified Project
    • Benefit/Cost must be greater than 1.0
    • Frequent Damages are the key!
    Removing property from 100-year floodplain Removing property from a 5-year floodplain
  • 11. Selecting a Qualified Project
    • Protecting Critical Facilities Helps!
    Denver Police Station 2
  • 12. Selecting a Qualified Project
    • Does not need to be in a mapped floodplain
  • 13. Selecting a Qualified Project
    • A history of damages and costs of clean-up is useful.
  • 14. Benefit Cost Analysis
    • First Step!
    • FEMA’s BCA module 4.5.5.
    • Surveyed Finish Floors
    • Document Flood Depths
    • Depth/Damage curves for Property Damage
      • Type of Structure
      • Square Footage
      • Assessor’s Structure Cost
      • Compute Percent Damage
  • 15. Benefit Cost Analysis
    • Finding a Good Project is not difficult…
    • Finding a Good Project with a positive Benefit/Cost Ratio can be!
  • 16. Benefit Cost Analysis
    • What is the “benefit” of reducing street flooding?
    • Delays and nuisances considered, but will not get you there
  • 17. Application Process
    • It Takes Time!
      • Start early
      • Assume 6 weeks work
      • Typical to require 200 manhours
      • Coordination with Colorado Emergency Management
  • 18. Application Process
    • Documentation !
      • FEMA needs documentation for every statement
  • 19. Application Process
    • Make it a No-Brainer Project!
      • If you are awarded a grant, make sure it is constructible without delay!
      • Address up front all potential stumbling blocks
        • Land Acquisition
        • Permitting
        • Community Acceptance
        • Include Letters of Support
  • 20. Colorado is your Friend!
    • Colorado Division of Emergency Management wants to help you (Colorado) get a grant from FEMA