OpenFEMA API Explorer Hazard Mitigation Assistance Mitigated Properties
Actual Amount Paid
Amount paid to the property owner. Note, the Actual Amount Paid field may not reflect the amount actually paid by FEMA to mitigate the structure. Often the negotiated price, based on fair market value, will be offset by duplication of benefits prior to settlement. In addition, the actual amount paid may not include ancillary costs such as appraisals, closing cost or legal fees, asbestos assessment and abatement and/or demolition costs.
Project, or activity, type(s) for the project. When a project involves more than one type/activity, a semicolon-delimited list of types/activities is displayed.
Indicates if the grantee (recipient) or subgrantee (subrecipient) is Tribal.
Zip code where the property is located
Date the project was closed by FEMA.
Date the project was approved by FEMA. For HMGP projects, this date is based on the Regional Director's signature date for the latest amendment that was approved.
State Number Code
Federal Information Process Standards (FIPS) code corresponding to the state (e.g., 51 represents Virginia/VA) associated with the project.
Type of Residency
Primary function of residence such as Primary, Rental, Secondary.
Type of structure such as 2-4 Family, Manufactured Home, Multi-Family Dwelling - 5 or More Units, Non-residential - Private, Non-residential - Public, Single Family, Vacant Land, and Other.
City where the property is located.
Full name of the primary county (e.g., Broward) associated with the project. Note, the County field may not reflect the individual county the property is located as projects can be associated with more than one county.
Current status of the project such as Approved, Awarded Obligated, Completed, Closed.
Number (1-10) used to represent the FEMA Region associated with the project.
Sequentially assigned number used to designate an event or incident declared as a disaster.
Title of the project.
Single-value identifier that uniquely identifies a project. Disaster-based projects use the convention of DR-disaster number-project number-suffix (e.g., DR-1761-0001-M) while non-disaster projects use the unique project number (e.g, FMA-PJ-10-WA-2017-006).
Indicates the mitigation measures performed at the property such as Acquisition, Elevation, Floodproofed, Relocation, Safe Room/Wind Shelter, Seismic Retrofit, Wildfire Retrofit, Wind Retrofit, and Other.
The fiscal year the disaster declaration date for disaster programs; the fiscal year from the Project Identifier for non-disaster programs (e.g., 2005 from PDMC-PJ-04-AL-2005-001).
FIPS code uniquely identifying the primary county (e.g., 011 represents Broward) associated with the project. Note, the County Code field may not reflect the individual county the property is located as projects can be associated with more than one county (see the Project Counties field) and are often reported as Statewide (e.g., 000 represents Statewide).
Full name of the state (e.g., Virginia) associated with the project.
Date Initially Approved
Date the project was initially approved by FEMA. For HMGP projects, this date is based on the Regional Director's signature date for the first amendment that was approved.
Hazard Mitigation Assistance grant program areas such as FMA - Flood Mitigation Assistance grant program, HMGP - Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, LPDM - Legislative Pre-disaster Mitigation grant program, PDM - Pre-disaster Mitigation grant program, RFC - Repetitive Flood Claims grant program, SRL - Severe Repetitive Loss grant program
Unique ID for the record that does not persist between data set refreshes.