Hazard Mitigation Project Survey

Hazard Mitigation Project Survey

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  • Hazard Mitigation Project

  • The Federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000) requires a community to have an approved hazard mitigation plan in order to be eligible to apply for and receive FEMA hazard mitigation funds. Receipt of FEMA funding is critical to implementing identified hazard mitigation projects and programs.
    The name here received a grant from California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) to prepare a Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP). The purpose of mitigation planning is to identify policies and to take actions that can be implemented over the long term to reduce risk and future losses when an emergency or disaster occurs. Mitigation plans form the foundation
    for a community's long-term strategy to reduce disaster losses and break the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage.
    We need your feedback! This questionnaire is designed to obtain your input about areas in Loma Linda that may be vulnerable to various types of natural disasters. The information you provide will help us identify and coordinate projects focused on reducing the risk of injury or damage to property from future hazard events (e.g. wildfires, floods, earthquakes).
    The survey should take approximately 12-15 minutes to complete and is anonymous. Your information will be kept confidential. The final results of the survey will be included within the LHMP and posted on The Jurisdiction's webpage at:

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    Retrofit and strengthen essential facilities such as police and fire facilities, schools and hospitals.
    Retrofit infrastructure such as roads, bridges, drainage facilities, water supply, waste water and power supply facilities.
    Fund projects such as flood walls, drainage improvements, fuel breaks, and bank stabilization projects.
    Strengthen codes and regulations to include higher standards in hazard areas.
    Assist vulnerable property owners with securing funding for mitigation / property protection.
    Provide better public information about risk, and the exposure to hazards within the jurisdiction.
    Carry out projects to restore the natural environments capacity to absorb the impacts from natural hazards.
    Acquire emergency generators for essential government facilities and buildings identified as care and shelters.

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