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Ada, Oklahoma Multi-Hazard Mitigation Planning. Project Manager: Gene Linton City of Ada, Emergency Management Director. Planning Consultants: Flanagan & Associates, LLC Tulsa, OK. Flanagan & Associates, LLC. Planning Consultants.

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Ada, Oklahoma

Multi-HazardMitigation Planning

Project Manager:

Gene Linton

City of Ada, Emergency Management Director

Planning Consultants:

Flanagan & Associates, LLC Tulsa, OK

www rdflanagan com rdflanagan@rdflanagan com 918 749 2696
Flanagan & Associates, LLC.

Planning Consultants

[email protected](918) 749-2696

Plan and presentations can be reviewed at:

www.rdflanagan.com/ada.html

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Gene Linton

Points of Contact

planning schedule
Planning Schedule

March 6, 2014 Orientation, Organize to Prepare the Plan

April 10, 2014Community Data, Maps, Plan Process Overview

May 1, 2014 High Winds, Tornadoes, Safe Rooms, Bldg. Codes

June 12, 2014 Hail, Lightning, Sensing & Warning Systems

July 3, 2014 Extreme Heat, Drought, Wildfires

Aug. 7,2014 Earthquakes, Expansive Soils, IBHS Bldg. Codes

Sept. 4, 2014 Hazardous Materials, Transportation Hazards

Oct. 2, 2014 Severe Winter Storms, Generators, Urban Fires

Nov. 6, 2014 Flooding, Dam Failure, Debris Management Plans

Dec. 4, 2014 Hazards Review, Mitigation Measures Confirm.

hazard mitigation advisory committee hmac
Chuck Bishop

Bennie Cope

Marion Harris

Donnie Doolen

Hazard Mitigation Advisory Committee (HMAC)

Mark Masoner

Randy McFarlin

Doug Weirick

Mike Miller

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Definition of Terms
  • Hazard Mitigation is defined as:
  • Sustained actions taken to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to human life and property from natural and technological hazards and their effects.
  • Note that this emphasis on “long-term” risk distinguishes mitigation from actions geared primarily to emergency preparedness and short-term recovery.
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Scope
  • The scope of the City of Ada and Ada Public Schools Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is citywide.
  • It addresses all natural and man-made hazards deemed to be a threat to the citizens of Ada.
  • Both short-term and long-term hazard mitigation opportunities are addressed, beyond existing federal, state, and local funding programs.
city of ada goals
“To improve the safety and well-being of the citizens residing and working in the City of Ada; and to reduce the potential of deaths, injuries, property damage, environmental and other losses from natural and man-made hazards in a manner that creates a disaster-resistant community, enhances economic development opportunities, and advances community goals and quality of life, resulting in more livable, viable, and sustainable community.”City of Ada Goals
ada public schools goals
Ada Public Schools Goals

“The primary goal of Ada Public Schools is to collaborate with the City of Ada and Pontotoc County in identifying potential natural hazards and developing mitigation action plans that would prevent or soften the impact of the identified hazards on school sites that comprise the Ada Public School District.”

“Particularly, Ada Public Schools would like to develop safe rooms/buildings to protect school communities from weather related hazards. These safe structures during non-emergency times could be used to enhance instruction, and provide much needed space for fine arts programs, student activities, spectator events, and community meetings.”

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Purpose

Provide a description of the planning area (Chapter 1)

Assess the ongoing mitigation activities in the City of Ada and Ada Public Schools (Chapter 2)

history
The Daggs family settled in what would become Ada in the late 1880’s, a general store opened in 1889 and a post office in 1891.

East Central Normal School was founded in 1909, which eventually became East Central University.

When it was formed, Ada was within the boudaries of the Chichasaw Nation which was dissolved in 1906 and reconstituted in 1963. Ada serves as the seat of the Chickasaw Nation.

History
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Latitude: 34.76 N

Longitude: 96.67 W

FIPS: 40123

Located in Pontotoc County 77 miles southeast of Oklahoma City .

Total land area within City limits is 22.25 sq mi.

Geography

climate
Ada lies in the humid subtropical zone, part of the Crosstimbers transitional area

Noted for hot summers, mild winters, and the lack of a distinct dry season

Experiences the effects of continentality; characterized by wide annual temperature range and rapid temperature changes

Temperatures of 100 ° F or higher common from July through September

Climate
ponotoc county temperatures
Average Annual: 62 degrees

Average Maximum: 73 degrees

Average Minimum: 50 degrees

Highest: 116 degrees

(Ada, August 11, 1936)

Lowest: -10 degrees

(Ada, January 18, 1930)

Days of 90 Degrees or Higher: 76

Days of 20 Degrees or Lower: 17

Ponotoc County Temperatures
ponotoc county precipitation
Average Annual: 41.17 inches

Days With Precipitation: 76

Wettest Year: 63.99 inches in 1908

Driest Year: 23.44 inches in 1917

Greatest Daily Rainfall: 8.16 inches

(Ada, September 14, 1993)

Ponotoc County Precipitation
demographics
Demographics

*Based on 2010 U.S. Census Data and 2009-2012 American Community Survey

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Canadian Sandy Creek flows north along the east boundary of Ada into the Canadian River. Ada is currently studying the feasibility of building Scissortail Dam on the Canadian Sandy, about 1 mile west of the city. Flowing into the Canadian Sandy from Ada are Little Sandy Creek and the west-flowing Tributaries 1, 2 and 3.

Clear Boggy Creek. All of the streams on the south side of Ada flow into Clear Boggy Creek, which drains an area of 10 square miles. The creek flows southeast into the Muddy Boggy, near Jasper, and eventually into the Red River. Tributaries of Clear Boggy Creek are Lake Creek, Clear Creek, and Tributaries 1 and 2.

Muddy Boggy Creek flows east from the eastern fenceline of Ada and then south into the Red River near Hugo.

Streams

Ada has three major drainage basins that flow away from the city to the north, south and east: the Canadian Sandy Creek, Clear Boggy Creek and Muddy Boggy Creek.

community lifelines
What are Lifelines?

Lifelines are defined as systems that are necessary for human life and urban function, especially during emergencies.

Community Lifelines
water service
Provided by Ada City Utilities Department.

Source of Water: Byrd’s Mill Spring and Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer

Treatment Plant Capacity: 11 MGD, in 2005, with 1 MG elevated storage and 7 MG ground storage

Normal Usage: 5.5 MGPD

Peak Usage: 9.3 MGPD

As of last plan, Ada was in the process of upgrading its water treatment plant. There was also concern of overusing the existing water sources and the city was investigating building a reservoir.

Water Service
wastewater treatment
Wastewater treatment and disposal provided by Ada City Utilities Department

City has 13 lift stations and one treatment plant.

Treated water is discharged into an unnamed tributary of the Little Sandy Creek.

Peak capacity: 3.2 MGD

Dry Weather Flow: 1.75-2.25 MGD

Peak use: 3 MGD

Wastewater Treatment
utility systems from 2008 mhmp
Electrical services provided by Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E) and by People’s Electric Cooperative (PEC)

Natural Gas is provided by CenterPoint Energy (CNP)

Telephone services are provided by Southwestern Bell (SBC) which also provides high speed internet.

CableONE provides cable televistion

Various cell phone service providers in the area.

Utility Systems from 2008 MHMP
highways and major roads
US Hwy 377 (duplexed with OK Hwy 99) runs from Del Rio, TX, through Willis, OK,Madill, Tishomingo, Ada, Seminole and Prague, before ending in Stroud at Interstate 44.

OK Hwy 1 runs through southeastern Oklahoma from just north of Madill through Ada, McAlester, Talihina and into Arkansas along the Rich Mountain ridge south of Heavener. OK Hwy 1 also links Ada to Interstate 35 west of Sulphur.

OK Hwy 3, the longest Oklahoma state highway passes through Boise City, Guymon, Hardesty, Watonga, Kingfisher, Oklahoma City, Shawnee, Ada, Antlers, Broken Bow and Idabel before entering Arkansas in the southeast corner of McCurtain County.

OK Hwy 99 (duplexed with US Hwy 377) runs from Willis, OK, through Tishomingo and Ada to Stroud, then branches off of US 377 to Drumright, Cleveland, Hominy and Pawhuska, before entering Kansas just west of Hulah Lake.

OK Hwy 19 runs from Blair, 10 miles north of Altus, to Ada, a distance of 170 miles. From west to east, the highway passes through Boone, Apache, Cyril, Chickasha, Lindsay and Pauls Valley before reaching Ada., where it terminates.

Highways and Major Roads
bus lines and taxi service
Call A Ride Public Transit began operations in 1974 as a transportation service for senior citizens in Ada, OK. The program expanded in 1983 to include services to persons with disabilities and to the public, and expanded to include all of Pontotoc County in 1998. An emphasis is placed on groups such as minorities, adolescents and low income families. Discounted fares are available to Senior Citizens (55 years of age and older), persons with disabilities, and East Central University students. Primary service is call demand within Pontotoc County and to major bus lines and Amtrak depots in surrounding counties.

http://www.okladot.state.ok.us/transit/s5311/callaride.htm

Bus Lines and Taxi Service
railroads
Burlington northern Santa Fe (BNSF) operates lines and a switching yard in Ada. Primarily, agricultural and mining products are shipped through the area. Railroads
airports
The City of Ada is served by Ada Municipal Airport.

Operated by the City of Ada

Airport Code: ADH

Unattended, public airport with 4 runways

Ground Elevation of Runway: 1,016 ft

Runway Characteristics: Asphalt runway, weight bearing capacity of 50,000 lbs for single wheel aircraft.

Jetfuel available, as are hangars and tiedowns

Operations: average 34 per day, 33% of which is local general aviation and 67% transient general aviation.

Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City is the nearest commercial airport, 67 miles away.

Airports
critical facilities
Critical Facilities

“Those facilities that, if at risk or put out of operation, would have a broadly adverse impact on response & recovery”

  • Schools and Universities
  • Police and Fire Facilities
  • Emergency Operations Centers
  • Hospitals and major medical facilities
  • Nurseries and Day Cares
  • Essential Government Services
  • Utilities and Essential Infrastructure
  • Essential vehicle and equipment storage
  • Banks and Financial Institutions
ada public schools demographics
Ada Public Schools Demographics
  • District Population:15,376
  • Grades Offered 2010/11:EC-12
  • 2011/2012 Average Enrollment:2,687.1
  • Number of Schools: 4 Elementary, 1 MS/JHS, 1 HS
  • Land Area of District:14 Square Miles
  • Population per Square Mile:191.9 Students
  • Number of Teachers:169.7
  • Special Education Teachers:28.4
  • Counselors:8.1
  • Other Certified Professional Staff:28.1
  • School and District Administrators: 14
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Ada Public School FacilitiesStaff and Student population numbers based on 2012 School Report Cardshttp://www.schoolreportcard.org/oeip-ds-district1.asp
what we need from the schools
Updated EOP/EAP

Floor Plans

Building Composition

Age of each facility

Historic Impacts/Insurance Claims

Economic Conditions of the District

Safe Room locations

Existing mitigation measures (NOAA, Generators, surge protection, ect.)

Repetitive issues during hazard events

Long Range Plan/Future Development

What we need from the Schools
ada is growing
Ada is Growing

*Source: Census

existing planning mechanisms
Capital Improvements

Comprehensive Plan

Emergency Operations Plan

Public Works Authority Long Range Plan

Ada Emergency Action Plan

School Emergency Action Plan

Stormwater Management Plan

Existing Planning Mechanisms
codes and ordinances
City of Ada has adopted the 2009 IBC as published by the ICC

The IBC is enforced by the building inspector of the city of Ada.

Ada's City Code outlines ordinances in place to minimize public and private losses due to flood conditions in specific areas.

Codes and Ordinances
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Questions or Comments?

Plan and presentations can be reviewed at:

www.rdflanagan.com/ada.html

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