FEMA Approval of Local Hazard Mitigation Plans. Sharon Loper Hazard Mitigation Plan Manager DHS - FEMA Region 10 425.487.4700 [email protected] Process Description Contributors Public Involvement Hazard Location Hazard Extent Previous Occurrences Probability
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Vulnerability to Assets
Impacts to Assets
Potential Loss Estimate (Optional)
Development trend analyze (Optional)
Mitigation Objectives (Optional)
Mitigation Actions and Projects(for existing and future buildings, infrastructure, and critical facilities)
Monitoring, Evaluating, and Updating Process
Schedule for plan maintenance
Continued public involvement
Incorporation process with other plans
Plan adoption (documented)44 CFR Part 201.6 Criteria
PARTICIPATION- Requirement §201.6(a)(3) Multi-jurisdictional plans (e.g., watershed plans) may be accepted, as appropriate, as long as each jurisdiction has participated in the process…
UNIQUE RISKS- Requirement §201.6(c)(2) (iii): For multi-jurisdictional plans, the risk assessment must assess each jurisdiction’s risks where they vary from the risks facing the entire planning area…
SPECIFIC ACTION ITEMS- Requirement §201.6(c)(3) (iv): For multi-jurisdictional plans, there must be identifiable action items specific to the jurisdiction requesting FEMA approval or credit of the plan.44 CFR Part 201.6 Criteriafor Multi-Jurisdictional Plan
A local hazard mitigation plan must receive a satisfactory scoring on all required criteria for the plan to obtain FEMA approval.
Plan meets the criteria in 44 CFR Part 201, including local plan adoption.
Plan meets the criteria, except for adoption. Upon documentation of adoption, FEMA will approve plan.
Plan does not meet the content criteria. All criteria must receive a satisfactory rating before FEMA will approve.
“Plans must be submitted to the State Hazard Mitigation Officer
for initial review and coordination.”44 CFR Part 201.6(d)
“The state will then send the plan to the appropriate
FEMA Regional Office for formal review and approval.”
“Regional review will be completed within 45 days after
receipt from the state, whenever possible.”
44 CFR Part 201.6(d)