Hazard Mitigation Plans

To help communities prepare for future hazards and build more resilient communities, SWWRPC works closely with county emergency managers to develop FEMA-approved hazard mitigation plans. These plans are created through collaboration with local leaders in schools, police, fire, EMS, local nonprofits and social services, community representatives, local industry representatives, and other key community groups. Counties and local communities use the planning process and finalized plans to identify and understand local risks and needs, prepare and protect vulnerable communities, and build community awareness of threats and recommended actions to be prepared for future hazards.

To learn more of these county plans, download the PDFs below!

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