Story County Hazard Mitigation Plan

Story County Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Revision Is Starting!

The Story County Hazard Mitigation plan must be reviewed and revised every five (5) years to meet Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requirements. The Story County Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee will start the revision process for this plan in February, 2018 and they want your inputs. The planning is focused at the community or school district level and we encourage you to contact your city administration or school district to see how you can participate in hazard mitigation planning. With everyone's help we can reduce disaster risks for our schools and communities.

Please contact our office if you have questions about the hazard mitigation planning process or want to know who your representative is to the Story County Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee.

Story County Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

The Story County Multi-Jurisdictional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan was prepared in response to the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA200). DMA 2000 requires local governments to prepare hazard mitigation plans in order to remain eligible to receive pre-disaster mitigation funds that are made available in the wake of federally-declared disasters.

Planning Process

Story County and all municipalities have developed and adopted this Multi-Jurisdictional Mitigation Plan. Following the adoption of this plan, it is the intent of the participating jurisdictions to continue work collaboratively to address data gaps and implement complementary and collective mitigation actions.

Communities which have adopted the plan are as follows: Ames, Cambridge, Collins, Colo, Gilbert, Huxley, Iowa State University, Kelley, Maxwell, McCallsburg, Nevada, Roland, Sheldahl, Slater, Story City, Zearing and unincorporated Story County.

2014 Story County Hazard Mitigation Plan (PDF) (the document is large so please be patient as it downloads)

If you are accessing the plan through Google Chrome, you will first need to have Adobe Reader. When you have Adobe Reader, type chrome://plugins in the address bar, hit 'enter' and on the next page select the option to disable the "Chrome PDF Viewer" and you should be able to view the entire document.

Alternatively, you can view the document though Internet Explorer.