CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
JULY 29, 2010
The planning updates will include risk analyses, vulnerability assessments, and mitigation recommendations for the hazards of flood, landslide, severe weather, wildland fire, terrorism/civil unrest, geologic, avalanche, dam failure, hazardous materials, and extended power outage.
Northwest Management, Inc.
has been retained by
One of the goals of the planning process will be to increase the participating jurisdictions’ eligibility for additional grants that will help minimize the risk and potential impact of disaster events. The planning team will be conducting public meetings to discuss preliminary findings and to seek public input on the Plans’ recommendations.
These public meetings will be held at at the following locations:
Tuesday-Aug. 3 at the
Wednesday- Aug. 4 at the Coon
Thursday, Aug. 5 at
Once completed, the updated draft Plans will also be available for public review and comment.
For more information on the
Clearwater County Multi - Hazard Mitigation Plan and Community Wildfire
Protection Plan updates, contact Don Gardner, Clearwater County Emergency