Formed in August 2011, the California Residential Mitigation Program (CRMP) was established to carry out mitigation programs to assist California homeowners who wish to seismically retrofit their houses. CRMP’s goal is to provide grants and other types of assistance and incentives for these mitigation efforts.
The first of these programs, Earthquake Brace + Bolt: Funds To Strengthen Your Foundation, was launched as a pilot project in September 2013. For more information on the program, click on the link to the right.
The California Residential Mitigation Program is a joint-exercise-of-powers entity formed by its members, the California Earthquake Authority, a public instrumentality of the State of California (CEA), and the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, (Cal OES). CRMP is a legally separate entity from its members.