Crook County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan

Crook County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan

The Crook County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan (NHMP) assists Crook County communities in reducing risk from natural hazards by identifying resources, information, and strategies for risk reduction, while helping to guide and coordinate mitigation activities throughout Crook County.  COIC is working with Crook County officials to facilitate the update of the NHMP.

Crook County NHMP 2017 Review Process

The NHMP Steering Committee has reviewed the 2010 NHMP from February – June 2017 to update the plan with current data and information.  A public meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 14 from 6:00-7:00p at the Crook County Fire and Rescue Main Station located at 500 NE Belknap St. in Prineville, OR for public review and comment on the document. The draft 2017 Crook County NHMP document can be accessed at this link: Crook County 2017 NHMP DRAFT

The 2017 Crook County NHMP review process consists of updating the 2010 version of the Crook County NHMP. The 2017 review process timeline can be accessed at this link: Crook County NHMP Review Process Timeline

The full  2017 Crook County NHMP update can be found at the link below:

Crook County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan – 2018

For additional information, questions, or comments, please contact:

Hailey Barth, Community and Economic Development Administrative Assistant 
hbarth@coic.org
(541) 548-9535