Safety Element Hazard Survey
On December 6, 2016, the County of San Luis Obispo, Board of Supervisors directed staff to comprehensively update the Safety Element of the County General Plan. The primary purpose of the Safety Element, as described in California Government Code, is to reduce short and long-term risk resulting from natural and man-made hazards. A Safety Element must include the following hazards: slope instability, seismic risk, flooding, wild-land and urban fires, climate change adaptation and resilience, and other considerations.

This survey is comprised of 8 questions that assess important assets and hazards of highest concern in the areas that County residents live and work. The purpose of this survey is to collect information that will help guide the hazards assessment and further research for the Safety Element update.

Thank you for completing this survey. Please contact the Michael Conger with any questions at mconger@co.slo.ca.us.

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In what area of the County do you LIVE? *
What do you see as the most important asset in this area?
An asset is an important physical or biological resource or service within a community.
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Which hazards are the highest concern in the area of the County you LIVE? (please pick 2) *
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In what area of the County do you WORK? *
What do you see as the most important asset in this area?
An asset is an important physical or biological resource or service within a community.
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Which hazards are the highest concern in the area of the County you WORK? (please pick 2) *
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Please enter in any additional questions or comments regarding the Safety Element update.
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