City of Houston Wants Your Feedback on the City’s Hazard Mitigation Action Plan

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The City of Houston Wants Your Feedback on the City’s Hazard Mitigation Action Plan

The City of Houston is updating it’s Hazard Mitigation Action Plan, which establishes priorities for capital projects and actions as it relates to reducing Houston’s vulnerability to natural disasters. The City is seeking the public’s feedback on issues within their communities related to natural hazards, such as wind, rain, heat, flooding, etc. This is the second of three public meetings to discuss the plan, and the last meeting before teams begin drafting this year’s plan. Wednesday, July 19th 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Collier Regional Library 6200 Pinemont Drive Houston, Texas 77092 At this meeting, we will be 1) Identifying hazards to include in the plan 2) Providing feedback to develop risk assessments for each hazard If you plan to attend and need an accommodation to fully participate (i.e. ASL Interpreter, CART services, etc… Please email info@houstonoem.org)