2017 Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP)
Crestline Village Water District is updating its Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP). This plan was adopted in 2011 and is required to be updated at least every five years to ensure that it remains an active and relevant document. The goal of mitigation is to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to life and property from hazardous events such as earthquakes, floods, and wildfires.
Having and updating a Hazard Mitigation Plan is a requirement of the United States Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). With the plan, the water district can be reimbursed by FEMA for costs associated with an emergency. The water district is also eligible for FEMA grants. Crestline Village Water District was one of 54 confirmed participants in the 2011 San Bernardino County “Operational Area Multi-Jurisdictional, Multi-Hazard” Mitigation Planning Project.
Crestline Village Water District invited the community to comment on the 2017 Hazard Mitigation Plan. The comment period ended on May 12, 2017 and the Plan now been forwarded to the California Office of Emergency Services for their approval and then on to FEMA. Once approved both both agencies the final Plan will be brought back to the Crestline Village Water District Board for their approval. This process will take approximately 60 - 90 days.
The final approved Plan will be available on this site.
If you have any questions regarding Crestline Village Water District’s 2017 HMP updating process, please contact Alan E. Clanin, Crestline Village Water District at (909) 338-1727 during normal business hours, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Page last updated: 09/23/2010 by LAD