The Hazard Mitigation Planning Process is a hands-on process for municipalities, counties, state governments, and private enterprises. This process reduces disasters’ effects by identifying and understanding them and developing ways to decrease their impact. It helps groups better understand the natural hazards an area faces to develop sustainable, disaster-resistant communities. We help communities become eligible for funding or disaster relief and reduce long-term impacts to people, damage to structures, and repair costs.
Risk assessments rate hazards with the most significant potential impact on a particular geographic area. Long-term prevention or protection steps lessen the effects of the hazard. This hazard mitigation plan creates awareness of hazards, threats, and vulnerabilities within the community. Start paving a path forward for entities to prepare for local disasters by contacting us for more information on this service.