Applications are currently being accepted.
Start date: Feb 15, 2023
End date: Mar 30, 2023
The application period for the 2023-2025 competitive planning projects is open through March 30, 2023.
Emergency project applications are not being accepted.
Emergency project funding is fully allocated for the 2021-2023 biennium. Applications for noncompetitive 2023-2025 emergency projects will be accepted beginning July 1, 2023, on a case-by-case basis and until all funds have been awarded.
For more information, see the 2023-2025 Funding Guidelines, Application Instructions, Application Prep Tool, Application Workshop Presentation Slides, and other guidance documents below.
Funding is available for the following entities:
Eligible competitive planning project applicants: Cities, towns, counties, federally recognized Tribes, conservation districts, and special purpose districts, such as flood control districts.
- Flood planning projects in underserved communities will be given priority funding.
Eligible emergency project applicants: Cities, towns, counties, conservation districts, and special purpose districts, such as flood control districts.
Flood planning projects in underserved communities will be given priority funding.
Eligible flood planning projects include:
- Developing and writing or updating Comprehensive Flood Hazard Management Plans (CFHMPs). CFHMPs must be consistent with state regulations (Chapter 173-145 WAC).
- Feasibility studies; community outreach and stakeholder engagement efforts; mapping projects, including Channel Migration Zone delineations; and other activities that support updates to CFHMPs.
- Match for federal projects that lead to CFHMPs. For example, federal General Investigations.
Eligible emergency projects include:
- Emergency flood response and recovery work.