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Regional Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan - Community Input Needed
Has your home, business, or community been impacted by damage from a natural hazard?
The Central Virginia Planning District Commission (CVPDC) is working with area communities to develop a pre-disaster plan, or Hazard Mitigation Plan, to establish strategies ahead of disasters to lessen the overall impact and vulnerability of natural hazards to individuals, families, businesses and property in our region.
COMMUNITY INPUT NEEDED
Area residents, stakeholders and the business community are cordially invited to provide input about concerns on how your community prepares strategies to be more resilient to the impacts of natural disasters.
How to Participate
1. Take a Survey. Between November 20 and December 13, take six (6) minutes of your time to provide input on natural disasters in your community. Access the online survey here.
2. Attend a Public Meeting. (There will be at least two public meetings.)
CVPDC Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Meeting
Wednesday, December 4, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
The Miller Center, 301 Grove Street
3. Stay Informed. Click here to learn more about the regional pre-disaster plan, Hazard Mitigation planning, VDEM and FEMA.