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What is the Hazard Mitigation Plan Update?
Hazard Mitigation planning is a proactive effort to identify actions that can be taken to reduce the dangers to life and property from natural hazard events.

The Anderson County Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update is in compliance with the federal hazard mitigation planning standards. The plan is approved for a period of five (5) years, to December 29, 2016.
This plan approval extends to the following participating jurisdictions: Anderson County, City of Clinton, City of Lake City, City of Norris, City of Oak Ridge and the Town of Oliver Springs.

What goes into a hazard mitigation plan?
A hazard mitigation plan assesses the community’s risks and vulnerabilities to natural hazard events such as flooding, hurricanes, winter storms, and earthquakes. The plan includes a set of goals related to the overall goal of hazard mitigation planning, an assessment of existing mitigation measures, and a set of new mitigation measures that will serve to advance the plan goals.
Click Here to view and/or download the CLINTON INDIVIDUAL MITIGATION ACTION PLAN

Click Here to view and/or download the complete: ANDERSON COUNTY HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN UPDATE
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