[8 Test Answers] FEMA IS-1011: Roads and Culverts

Here are the FEMA test answers to IS-1011: Roads and Culverts.

Overview: The FEMA IS-1011 course was published on 2/28/2019 to provide an overview of Road and Culverts. By the end of the course, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Applicants and Recipients will be able to differentiate maintenance work from disaster-related damages, describe the eligibility requirements for Public Assistance grants for roads and culverts, and identify tools for disaster-related damage documentation.

FEMA IS-1011 test answers

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Question 1. A disaster-damaged road or culvert must be located within the ___________ to be eligible for Public Assistance grant funding. 
A. State incident area
B. Federal incident area
C. Disaster incident area✅
D. Declared incident area

Question 2. To demonstrate that damages are eligible for Public Assistance grant funding, the Applicant should: 
A. Document disaster-related damage.✅
B. Perform hazard mitigation.
C. Document post-disaster conditions.
D. Conduct a funding assessment.

Question 3. What eligibility criteria does FEMA use to evaluate proposed Section 406 hazard mitigation measures? 
A. Similar past project work
B. Cost-effectiveness and technical feasibility✅
C. Applicant preference
D. Non-compliance with laws, regulations, and executive orders

Question 4. A township and a county have a ______ that includes the county maintaining certain roads for the township’s general upkeep. 
A. Mutual aid agreement✅
B. Volunteer aid agreement
C. Hazard mitigation agreement
D. Disaster relief agreement

Question 5. A ______ does not always have contiguous boundaries, and some have boundaries that cross State lines. 
A. Local Government✅
B. State Government
C. Tribal Government
D. Federal Government

Question 6. Identify which statement regarding pre-disaster documentation is false. 
A. Applicants must demonstrate that damage to the road or culvert was directly caused by the incident.✅
B. Insufficient documentation of the pre-disaster condition and maintenance of roads and culverts may result in an ineligibility determination.
C. Providing insufficient documentation and records does not affect Public Assistance grant funding.
D. When evaluating the damage, FEMA reviews maintenance records and documentation establishing that the Applicant has a routine maintenance program.

Question 7. FEMA sets ______ damage thresholds for incidents declared within each federal fiscal year. 
A. Maximum
B. Lesser
C. Average
D. Minimum✅

Question 8. Identify permanent work documentation for roads and culverts. 
A. Receipts of materials and labor used to complete Emergency Work
B. Description of an immediate threat
C. Records that demonstrate the presence of an immediate threat
D. Photographs of the site, overall facility, and specific damage✅