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Emergency Planning: Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

2014 Hazard Mitigation Plan
The New York City Office of Emergency Management (OEM), in partnership with the Department of City Planning (DCP), is pleased to announce the release of the 2014 New York City Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP).
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View the HMP fact sheet



2009 New York City Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan
Hazard mitigation planning is the first of the four phases of emergency management, followed by preparedness, response, and recovery. In March 2009, OEM released New York City's first FEMA-approved Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP), a guideline for protecting New York City from the effects of natural hazards. The HMP also made City agencies and select nonprofit organizations eligible to receive certain federal mitigation funding. The HMP was developed with the assistance of 39 governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders. The plan contains the following:
  • Geographic and demographic information about New York City
  • Profiles of the following natural hazards: Coastal erosion, coastal storms, drought, earthquakes, extreme temperatures, flooding, windstorms/tornadoes, and winter storms
  • Specific actions the City is taking or could take to protect people and property from the effects of natural hazards


Download the 2009 New York City Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan

Cover Page and Table of Contents
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Planning Process

Section 3: Natural Hazard Risk Assessment

Section 4: Mitigation Strategy
Section 5: Plan Maintenance
Section 6: Plan Adoption

APPENDICES
Appendix A: Acronym List
Appendix B: Glossary
Appendix C: Meeting Invitees
Appendix D: Planning Process Toolkit

Click here to download the full 2009 New York City Hazard Mitigation Plan.

For more information about hazard mitigation planning, below are additional resources:


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