Mitigation Measures: Sound Investments in Disaster Recovery

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Conclusion

Mitigation grant funds are enormously valuable resources for local jurisdictions. Understanding the foundation of hazard mitigation, strategizing your jurisdiction’s priorities, and assessing and documenting your risks will all help break the cycle of repetitive damage — and protect against future losses. A thorough (approved) Mitigation Action Plan is the first step in this goal-oriented process.

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“Understanding the foundation of hazard mitigation, strategizing your jurisdiction’s priorities, and assessing and documenting your risks will all help break the cycle of repetitive damage . . . .”


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