Cities are required to make such plans as a result of the federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA2K). This Act put a national priority on hazard mitigation by requiring mitigation plans in order to be eligible for disaster mitigation grant programs from FEMA. However, this does not obligate the City to any specific project.
This plan is intended to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property from natural disasters. Hazards covered in the plan include flooding, tornadoes, temperature extremes, and others. The plan maintains City eligibility for federal mitigation grants.
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|Crandon All Hazard Mitigation Plan 625 KB||Adopted: November 2012. Download maps below|
|1 - Location 347 KB|
|2 - General Land Use 305 KB|
|3 - Surface Water, Watersheds & Floodplains 309 KB|
|4 - Transportation 283 KB|
|5 - Critical Facilities 312 KB|
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