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Take our Survey to help Build Community Resistance to Hazards
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Charleston County is partnering with 31 local entities to help update the Charleston Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan. The goal of the plan is to guide efforts to mitigate risk and build community resilience to future natural hazard events like drought, flooding, hurricanes, and earthquakes.
There are 16 local government jurisdictions, community stakeholders including private and non-profit entities, state agencies, and smaller community districts working on this regional plan which was originally adopted in 1999. This survey will help guide future risk reduction strategies that can be implemented using public and private resources.
The plan must be updated annually to address community changes prior to being submitted to FEMA for approval every five years. The FEMA approved Charleston Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan from 2019 can be found at
The deadline to fill out the survey is August 20, 2023.

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