The Five County Association of Governments is beginning an update of the region’s Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan. This document provides Beaver, Kane, Iron, Garfield, and Washington Counties, and each of the incorporated Cities and Towns in the region, a mitigation strategy to protect property, infrastructure, economies, and people in these communities. The current plan, completed in 2017, will expire in Spring 2022.
Since adoption of the Natural Hazard Mitigation plan in 2017, The Five County Region has experienced several natural hazard events, including; flooding, severe storms, and wildfires. These events have caused over $3.6 million in property damage and 18 injuries to residents and visitors to the region.
The planning team will review these recent experiences as they develop a mitigation strategy to prevent and minimize the impacts of future hazard events. Your comments can help the planning team better understand the hazard history, mitigation needs in the region, and prioritize actions to address hazards impacts. Please review the plan and send us your comments to support the development of a community mitigation strategy.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, we invite you to contact the FCAOG Community Planner, Alyssa Gamble at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 435-673-3548 extension 117.