Hazard Mitigation Plan Process: Choose your Own Adventure!
Kristin Baja (Moderator)
- USDN Programs Director, Climate Resilience
- Deputy Director of the Office of Sustainability, City of Philadelphia
- Sr. Environmental Planner, City of Fort Collins
- Forward Together Safely Co-Recovery Manager, Boulder County
The Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN) has developed guidance for cities to tailor the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Hazard Mitigation Plan to their own needs for an inclusive and effective plan
Join community leaders and city staff to discuss the Hazard Mitigation Plan and learn how to work through FEMA’s checklist while choosing one’s own “adventure” pathway.
The Discussion Series “Connecting Emergency Management and Sustainability: Policies, Practices, and Actions” explores how cities can integrate emergency management and sustainability practices to foster current strengths and examine opportunities to bring holistic resilience to our communities.
The Series is co-sponsored by the Sustainable Cities Network and the City of Tempe’s Office of Sustainability with support from the School of Sustainability and the Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security.
Register via Zoom.
1:30 - 2:30 p.m. (MDT)