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Contra Costa County Hazard Mitigation Plan

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As part of ongoing efforts to make the County more disaster-ready and resilient, the Contra Costa County Office of Emergency Services (OES) is seeking public feedback on the 2024 Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP). This plan serves as a guide for the county to become more resilient to the impacts of natural, human-caused, and technological hazards.

In the 2024 update, Contra Costa County worked with over 40 participating agencies. As part of the planning process, they would like your feedback! Please note, that your area might be covered by multiple plans as some cities and special districts share areas.

Interested residents have until May 31, 2024 to view and provide comments on the Plan before it is submitted to FEMA for review.

To review the draft plan for the Mt. View Sanitary District annex, click HERE.

For those who live in the City of Martinez and not in the District's service area, you can view the city's plan by clicking HERE.

The public comment form is available in multiple languages (English, Spanish, Tagalog, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese). Please click this link for the form to submit your plan review comments:

The County plan in its entirety can be found at:

Your feedback will help shape the 2024 Contra Costa County Local Hazard Mitigation Plan!

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