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State of Florida

Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan Initiative

Hank Erikson

CSA International, Inc.

8502 SW Kansas Avenue

Jupiter, FL 34997

(850) 445-6831

[email protected]

presentation topics
Presentation Topics
  • Florida’s Planning Framework and the Central Role of the Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan (PDRP)
  • The PDRP Pilot Project, including:
    • The Proposed Components of the PDRP
  • Questions
integrated planning
Integrated Planning

Florida has 5 major plans that involve mitigation (risk reduction) and/or land use.

  • The Local Comprehensive Plan
      • Policy plan that defines a community’s desired growth patterns (state requirement of all incorporated municipalities and counties)
  • The Coastal Element (of the Comprehensive Plan)
      • Policy plan with explicit focus on protection of the coastal environment and communities from natural hazards (state requirement for coastal communities)
integrated planning cont d
Integrated Planning, Cont’d
  • The County Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP)
      • Operational plan that defines the organizational structure, chain of command and operational procedure for county EM during preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation. (federal requirement)
  • The Local Mitigation Strategy (LMS)
      • Federally required local mitigation plan with vulnerability analysis, goals and objectives and mitigation projects. (federal requirement)
  • The Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan
      • Required plan for coastal communities, which covers the post-disaster recovery period (requirement is not enforced).
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All of These Plans Integrate Through Mitigation

Vulnerability and Risk Analysis

Comp Plan/

Coastal Elem

CEMP

LMS

Mitigation

Land Use/

Mitigation Policies

Process

Mitigation Projects

Short-Term

Recovery

Decisions

Land Use/

Mitigation Policies

Vulnerability& Risk

Analysis

PDRP

MitigationProjects

MitigationProjects

The Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan is the only plan suited for the

Integration of elements from each of the other plans

the post disaster redevelopment plan
The Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan
  • Why the interest in PDRPs?
    • The CEMP and the LMS are required plans that deal primarily with short-term disaster related issues.
    • The Comp Plan and the Coastal Element deal with long-term issues but are not disaster oriented plans.
  • ThePost-Disaster Redevelopment Plan is a long-term recovery plan
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The Requirement for the Post Disaster Redevelopment Plan is contained in the portion of the statute covering the Coastal Element of the Comprehensive Plan.
  • The statute (§163.3177(7)(l) F.S.) requires that coastal communities develop a PDRP and encourages the in-land communities to do so.
  • But, it does not assign a to state agency the responsibility for reviewing the plans, and
  • It does not set up standards for developing the plan.
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Renewed interest in PDRPs after the destruction experienced during 2004 and 2005.
  • Because there is no guidance, each community defines the requirements differently.
  • The purpose of the PDRP Initiative is to address the legislative short comings and achieve more consistency among the plans.
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State of Florida

Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan Initiative

Develop PDRP Standards & Planning Process

Conduct Demonstration Projects

PublishGuidebook

Launch Competitive Grant Program

Phase 1

2007

Phase 2

2007-2008

Phase 3

2008-2009

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Year 1 - 2007

PHASE 1:

Form “PRDP Focus Group”

Hold Focus Group Meetings for input of best practices

Review Literature on PDRPs

Compile / Evaluate Existing Community PDRPs

Prepare Draft PDRP Guidelines

Include “standards” & “suggested planning processes” to serve as guide for local PDRPs

Select Pilot Communities

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Post Disaster Redevelopment Focus Group

- Sandy Meyer, Project Mgr, Division of Community Planning, DCA- Cindy Palmer, Division of Emergency Management Preparedness/Mitigation - Roy Dunn, Division of Emergency Management, Housing/Recovery- Jim Quinn/Robin Branda, Department of Environmental Protection, Coastal Management

- Mary Helen Blakeslee, Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development- Heidi Recksiek, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

- Gabriela Vigo, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region IV Mitigation

- Dr. Bob Deyle, Florida State University, Department of Urban and Regional Planning- Dr. Ann-Margaret Esnard, Florida Atlantic University - Gene Henry, Hillsborough County Government- John Wilson, Lee County, Florida Emergency Management Preparedness Association- Butch Truesdale, Palm Beach County Government- Pat Blackshear, Walton County Government

- Betti Johnson, Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council

- Joan LeBeau/Mitchell Austin, City of Punta Gorda, Land Use Planning/Urban Design

- Alex Magee, Florida Chapter, American Planning Association - Howard Glassman, Metropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Council on Transportation and Infrastructure- Eric Poole, Florida Association of Counties - Carol Westmoreland, Florida League of Cities

components of a pdrp draft
Components of a PDRPDraft

PDRP designed to be a single, stand-alone guide to aid decision makers during the disaster recovery period.

  • Implementation Plan
  • Relevant Policies from other local plans
  • Ordinances and Protocols for Post-Disaster Recovery and Redevelopment
  • Institutional Capabilities Assessment
pdrp components cont d
PDRP Components, Cont’d.
  • Vulnerability Assessment
    • Infrastructure and Public Facilities Vulnerability Analysis
    • Housing Vulnerability Analysis
    • Economic Vulnerability Analysis
    • Social Vulnerability Analysis
    • Historic District Vulnerability Analysis
  • Post-Disaster Redevelopment Goals and Objectives
  • Description of Recovery/Redevelopment Issues (Issues that unless dealt with may become barriers to recovery and/or represent opportunities to rebuild in a more sustainable fashion)
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PDRP Components, Cont’d.
  • Action Plan (initiatives for each identified issue)
    • Actions/initiatives to be done prior to a disaster, organization responsible and timeframe.
    • Actions/initiatives to be done after a disaster, organization responsible and timeframe.
  • Communications Plan for post-disaster, long-term recovery
  • Financing Long-term Recovery
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Year 2 – 2007-2008

PHASE 2:

  • Prepare PDRPs for pilot community(s)
  • Prepare a Case Study for each demonstration project, documenting the strengths and weaknesses of each approach
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Year 3 – 2008-2009

PHASE 3:

  • Revise the PDRP Standards and Planning Process as Needed Based on the Demonstrations
  • Publish PDRP Best Practices Guidebook
  • Provide Draft Legislation to Close the Loop on the PDRP Requirement
  • Hold Regional Workshops to Present the Standards
  • Initiate a Competitive Grant Program
funding
Funding
  • Grants from NOAA and the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.
  • Total = $1,895,000

References

  • Protecting Florida’s Communities

Land Use Planning Strategies and Best Development Practices for Minimizing Vulnerability to Flooding and Coastal Storms

www.dca.state.fl.us/fdcp/dcp/publications/hazmitbp.pdf

  • Planning for Post-Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction

APA Planning Advisory Service Report Number 483/484

contact information
Contact Information:

Sandy Meyer

Hazard Mitigation Project Manager

DCA, Division of Community Planning

2555 Shumard Oak Blvd, Tallahassee, FL 31399-2100

[email protected]

(850) 922-1825

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