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Tillamook County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

Meeting Information
 
March 2017 March 7 Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Goals and Objectives
March 3 DRAFT Risk Assessment
March 1 DRAFT Risk Assessment
 
February 2017 February 10 DRAFT Risk Assessment  
January 2017 Agenda
Sign-in Sheet
Steering Committee Roster
Follow-up from December Meeting
Revised Project Schedule Option 1
Revised Project Schedule Option 2
Revised Project Schedule Option 3
Mitigation Strategy Meeting Sign-up
Draft Risk Assessment
County & State Mitigation Plan Goals
Meeting Notes
December 2016 Agenda
Post-Disaster Funding
Revised Project Schedule
Public Engagement Plan
Tillamook County Multi-Hazard Risk Report
NHMP Presentation
 
September 2016 Agenda
OEM Hazard Analysis Exercise Packet
Updated Steering Committee Roster
Updated Technical Advisory Committee Roster
Updated Cost Share Form
Updated Public Engagement Plan
Table of Contents Examples
Risk Assessment Chapter Example
Tillamook County Multi-Hazard Risk Report
NHMP Presentation
Worksheet - Which Hazards to Address
Meeting Notes
June 2016 Agenda
Steering Committee Roster
Project Overview Presentation
Overview Handout
Memorandum of Agreement/Statement of Work
FEMA Local NHMP Regulations
FEMA Local NHMP Review Tool
Risk Map Risk Report Handout
Technical Advisory Committee Roster
Public Engagement Program
Project Schedule
Meeting Notes
 
 
Read the draft plan online
 
    or
 
Request a hard copy of the draft plan at one of the following locations:
 
Manzanita Library Branch
Rockaway Library Branch
Garibaldi Library Branch
Bay City Library Branch
Tillamook Library
South County Library Branch in Pacific City
 

Comments

The purpose of the Tillamook County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan is to assist the County, its cities, and the Port of Tillamook Bay in reducing risk from natural hazards. This Draft Risk Assessment, one part of the Plan, identifies and assesses the natural hazards facing the County, its cities, and the Port of Tillamook Bay and identifies and assesses their potential vulnerabilities to those hazards. The public is invited to review and comment on the Draft Risk Assessment between Wednesday, March 1, 2017 and Friday, March 17, 2017. 

Please send any comments to the Department of Community Development via email

Comment by mail to:

Tillamook County Department of Community Development
Attn: Barrett Chaix
1510 B Third Street
Tillamook OR 97141


 

What is mitigation?

Mitigation is the effort we take to reduce loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters. By taking action now - before the next disaster - we reduce the human and financial consequences later. Examples of mitigation actions include restoring flood plains to prevent flooding, retrofitting public infrastructure to withstand earthquakes, and locating or relocating development away from hazard areas.

 

Why do we need a Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan?

Mitigation planning creates safer communities, saves money, and enables individuals to recover more rapidly from disasters. With a federally approved plan in place, Tillamook County and its cities are also eligible to apply for grant funding for hazard mitigation projects. These funds can assist with mitigation actions identified during the hazard mitigation planning process.

 

What is the Local Governments’ role in updating the plan?

The Tillamook County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan addresses hazard mitigation in both the incorporated and rural areas of Tillamook County. The plan is updated every five years to reflect changes in development, progress in local mitigation efforts, and changes in priorities. We are currently in the process of a major update that includes the Tillamook County and the cities of Manzanita, Nehalem, Rockaway Beach, Garibaldi, Bay City, and Tillamook, as well as the unincorporated communities of Oceanside-Netarts, Pacific City, and Neskowin.

 

 

Questions?

Contact:

 Sarah Absher, CFM, Senior Planner - (503) 842-3408 x3317, sabsher@co.tillamook.or.us

Barrett Chaix, Land Use Planner 2 - (503) 842-3408 x3315, bchaix@co.tillamook.or.us

 

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