Back to Calendar
City Council Regular
Adopt Resolution 19-30 Adopting Intent to Participate in the Multi-Jurisdictional Anoka County All-Hazards Mitigation Plan
Joan Lenzmeier, City Clerk
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requires all cities and counties to have mitigation plans in place prior to receiving any grant funds or to be eligible for federal disaster reimbursement in the event of a Presidential emergency declaration.
In 2004, FEMA began requiring cities and counties to prepare All-Hazard Mitigation Plans. Coon Rapids and other municipalities in Anoka County began working with Anoka County officials on the County-wide plan, and participation at that time was authorized by Council Resolution 04-22 on January 20, 2004. This plan was completed in 2006 and approved by FEMA in 2007. FEMA requires these plans to be reviewed and updated periodically.
Emergency management and public safety personnel from each community in Anoka County review and update the current All-Hazards Mitigation Plan and work collaboratively with Anoka County emergency management officials. Continued participation in the process requires each city council to approve participation through a council resolution.
Staff recommends that the City Council adopt Resolution 19-30, Adopting Multi-Jurisdictional Anoka County All-Hazard Mitigation Plan.
AgendaQuick©2005 - 2019 Destiny Software Inc., All Rights Reserved