REGIONAL PRE-DISASTER MITIGATION PLAN – COMMUNITY INPUT NEEDED
Has your home, business, or community been impacted or damaged by a natural hazard?
The Central Virginia Planning District Commission (CVPDC) is working with area communities to develop a pre-disaster plan, or Hazard Mitigation Plan, to establish strategies ahead of natural disasters to lessen the overall impact and vulnerability to individuals, families, businesses and property in our region.
Community Input Needed
Area residents, stakeholders, and business community are asked to provide feedback on your concerns and how you and your community prepare to be more resilient from natural disaster impacts.
How to Participate
Take a Survey. Please take six (6) minutes to provide your feedback on natural disasters in your community. Go to CVPDC Pre-Disaster Public Survey to participate.
Attend a Public Meeting. There will be at least two project public meetings.
What: CVPDC Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Meeting #1
When: Wednesday, December 4, 2019; 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Where: The Miller Center, 301 Grove Street, Lynchburg
Go to https://www.cvpdc.org/regional-initiatives/hazard-mitigation.html to learn more about the regional pre-disaster plan, Hazard Mitigation planning, VDEM and FEMA.