Public Participation Survey for Hazard Mitigation Planning
Mitigation is the effort to reduce loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters. Taney county, along with participating local jurisdictions are working to update the Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan, a plan required by federal law to be updated every 5 years and reviewed annually. The county or any participating jurisdictions are then eligible to apply for funding through FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Programs.
Why is this important to me?
Without mitigation actions we jeopardize our safety, financial security, and self-reliance. Disasters can happen at anytime and anyplace. Human and financial consequences are hard to predict.
What we can change is the way we act to reduce the effects of these natural events on our families, our homes, our schools, our places of worship and learning, and the whole community. Without taking action, we can be sure we’ll get zero results, but by knowing the risks we face, and by taking appropriate action to reduce those risks, we’ll significantly better our chances of surviving the event and recovering more quickly.
What can I do?
This survey provides an opportunity for you to share your opinions and participate in the mitigation planning process. The information you provide will help us better understand your hazard concerns, lead to mitigation activities that should help lessen the impact of future hazard events, and help us gauge the level of knowledge local citizens have about natural-disaster issues.
This survey consists of 25 questions and will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
Where do you live?
City of Branson
Village of Bull Creek
City of Forsyth
City of Hollister
Village of Kirbyville
City of Merriam Woods
City of Rockaway Beach
Village of Saddlebrooke
Village of Taneyville
Unincorporated Taney County Community (e.g. Bradleyville, Protem, Walnut Shade, etc.)
Unincorporated Taney County-no community
Which School District are you in?
Mark Twain R-VIII
Have you ever experienced or been impacted by a disaster?
If "yes" please explain
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