Resilience Analysis and Planning Tool (RAPT)



United States Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)




FEMA's Resilience Analysis and Planning Tool (RAPT) is a federal resource that gives access to powerful data and GIS mapping that can help everyone understand their communities and their various resilience indicators in the face of climate change. RAPT includes over 100 preloaded layers including community resilience indicators from peer-reviewed research, the most current census demographic data, infrastructure data, and data on weather, hazards, and risk. RAPT also includes easy to use analysis tools, the ability to add in data from other sources, and print and download functions. The data layers on RAPT can also be combined with data layers from FEMA's Climate Risk and Resilience Portal to more directly contextualize local-scale climate resilience.

Climate Impact Tags

Drought Extreme heat Extreme storms Flooding Sea level rise Snowpack Temperature Wildfire

Adaptation Planning Guide Phases

Phase 1: Define, Explore, and Initiate Phase 2: Assess Vulnerability

Resource Type Tags

Data and tools


Extent: California


Last updated: July 14, 2024