APPROVED MEMA DISTRICT 1 REGIONAL HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW
About the plan
A regional hazard mitigation plan has been developed that includes Coahoma, DeSoto, Grenada, Panola, Quitman, Tallahatchie, Tate, Tunica, and Yalobusha Counties and the municipalities within these counties. The purpose of the plan is to provide a blueprint for community officials to use for reducing vulnerability to natural hazards that impact the counties and their jurisdictions. The plan has been approved pending adoption by both the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). Each county and municipality will be officially bringing the plan up for adoption at local meetings to be held in the coming months.
Accessing the Plan
Overall the plan is large and composed of a number of sections. For ease of review, it may be easiest to download your county's annex which contains most of the same information that can be found in the main body of the plan, but only for that specific county. The approved plan document can be downloaded on a section by section basis from the following links below:
This plan was developed in conjunction with Atkins, a consulting firm specializing in Emergency Management and Mitigation Planning. If you have any comments on the plan, you may send them to Ryan Wiedenman, Project Manager with Atkins, using the form to the right. Comments will be reviewed with the Planning Team and integrated as appropriate.