What We Do
A community that is resilient has the ability to prepare for anticipated hazards, adapt to changing conditions, and withstand and recover rapidly from disruptions. Activities or Actions that are in the Hazard Mitigation Plan (which includes prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery) and steps to protect the community are all part of being resilient. A resilient community is adaptable and flexible – they understand some things are beyond their control, and they plan wisely. FEMA updated State and Local Mitigation Planning Policy Guides (policies) that went into effect on April 19, 2023. All state and local plans must meet the requirements of the updated policies. The Local Mitigation Planning Policy Guide (FP 206-21-0002) Released April 19, 2022, Effective April 19, 2023:
Mitigation Planning Policy Guide (FP 206-21-0002)
Please see the attachments below for the current County Hazard Mitigation Plans.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Counties fall under NETEDD?
Red River County
Why isn't my County Hazard Mitigation Plan listed?
If you do not see your county plan listed above (Franklin, Lamar, Morris, and/or Titus County) we are currently working on your updated plans. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Hazard Mitigation and Environmental Specialist, Kathy McCollum.
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