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WCID110 Hazard Mitigation Plan 2023

What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Hazard mitigation lessens the impact of natural hazards by taking action before the next event.

What is a Hazard Mitigation Plan?
  • Hazard mitigation plans raise awareness of hazards, risks, and local vulnerabilities. They also identify ways to reduce risk and focus local resources on the greatest risks.

What is the benefit of a Hazard Mitigation Plan?
  • It is an investment in the future safety and sustainability of the area. Planning helps communities act now, before a disaster occurs, to reduce losses. They are also a prerequisite for many FEMA grants.
     
Goal of the plan:
  • The goal of the plan is to identify projects that can reduce damages from future hazards. The plan will include a risk assessment and hazard mitigation strategy for each of the primary hazards of concern for the District.
How can you help?
  1. Take the public survey. (click on the link to open the survey or copy and paste this into a new web browser address bar: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YM5J9ZV)

  2. Attend future public hearings and provide additional information or insight.

  3. Review the plan.

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Click on the image to see the Fact Sheet About Mitigation Planning (pdf document)

WCID110 Hazard Mitigation Stakeholder Presentation

The Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee presented the following PowerPoint (PDF version available) to the stakeholders on Wednesday, Dec. 27 at 9 a.m.

The next phases of the Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee will be to review, discuss, and make any edits to the draft plan and schedule a public hearing to share the next draft of the plan. No date has been scheduled for this public hearing at this time.

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Cypress Creek Bridge Clean Out  Photos
Before and After Photos from 2022 and 2023
Cypress Creek Water Flow from 5/10/23
after three days of solid rain.
Cypress Creek Water Flow from 5/14/23
Significant Rain Event on Mother's Day
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