Infrastructure and Resilient Infrastructure Program

DR-INF/MIT-RIP funds helps local governments (Subrecipients) in impacted areas rebuild their communities’ infrastructure in a more resilient manner to withstand future natural disasters. 

Program Overview

CDBG-DR-Infrastructure (DR-INF) projects are funded to assist with meeting the unmet infrastructure needs of eligible local communities. It provides funding for FEMA Public Assistance (PA) match projects, FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) match projects, other non-FEMA match projects, and stand-alone projects identified by eligible communities.

Depending on how HUD provides mitigation funding to HCD, communities eligible for DR-INF funds may also apply for Resilient Infrastructure Program (MIT-RIP) funds. MIT-RIP funds are intended to assist local jurisdictions with mitigation-related infrastructure needs to support risk reduction from wildfire, flooding, and earthquake hazards. Projects eligible for MIT-RIP funding must address risks to a variety of systems and structures to enable continuous operations of critical business and government functions during future disasters and improve responses for human health and safety or economic security.

2017 DR-INF/MIT-RIP Executed Master Standard Agreements (MSAs) and Notices to Proceed (NTPs)

Please Note: These documents have been remediated with regard to accessibility in order to meet applicable State law. As a result of the remediation process, the appearance of the document may be slightly different than the original executed hard copy, however, remediation does not and will not change any verbiage of the signed agreement, so the version posted on this website is identical in deliverables, milestones, terms, and conditions to the non-remediated version. Should an electronic scanned copy of the original executed document be needed, please send your request to us at the following email address:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Mitigation Resilient Infrastructure Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) — the MIT-RIP and MIT-PPS FAQs contain frequently asked questions about the NOFA and answer general Program questions.

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Training and Technical Assistance

Training and Technical Assistance
HCD recently created a playlist on HCD’s main YouTube channel that contains recordings of trainings and workshops on a variety of topics. Please visit CDBG-DR Workshops and Trainings Playlist to see the full list of trainings available.

Technical Assistance: MIT-RIP is offering one-on-on technical assistance to support potential applicants. Sessions begin after November 30, 2023 and end when all award are announced. To request a TA session, please email a completed TA Request Form to A copy of the TA Request Form is also located in the solicitation files.