The Middle Peninsula All Hazards Mitigation Plan is due for an update, and the Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission is conducting a survey to determine which hazards residents are most concerned about.
The AHMP assesses all hazards that may affect the region, and the document proposes strategies to reduce the impacts to citizens, critical facilities, infrastructure, private property, public property, and the natural environment from such hazards.
The survey requests information on local hazards and residents’ thoughts on mitigation actions that could reduce or eliminate the long-term risk to human life and property from hazards.
The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete, and all responses should be submitted no later than March 15.
Survey results will remain anonymous and will be summarized in the 2021 AHMP update.
The MPPDC received funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to provide...
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