Clackamas County is vulnerable to many natural hazards, such as earthquakes, wildfires, flooding, and volcanoes. As part of our efforts to continuously promote and maintain the safety and stability of our community, Clackamas County Disaster Management and participating cities and special districts are in the midst of updating the County’s Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan - a document that identifies the vulnerabilities and risks a community is susceptible to from natural hazards and determines actions to reduce those risks.
We invite you, the community members of Clackamas County, to provide input and feedback on our Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan. You can participate in this planning process by completing this survey, which will aid in plan preparation, inform potential mitigation measures, and ultimately make Clackamas County more resilient to disasters. Your participation in this 5-minute survey will aid our plan development, ultimately making Clackamas County more resilient to disasters. If you provide your email at the end of the survey, you will be entered into a raffle to win on of multiple $20 Fred Meyers gift cards.
In this survey, we ask you to consider and reflect on 9 natural hazards that pose a risk to Clackamas County: Drought, Earthquake, Extreme Heat, Flood, Ice Storm/Snowstorm, Landslide/Debris Flow, Volcanic Event, Wildfire, and Windstorm.
The survey closes on June 23rd, at 5:00pm. We appreciate you sharing your valuable time to help us better plan for improving community resilience.
Follow the link to take the survery: Clackamas County: Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Feedback Survey (surveymonkey.com)