Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Survey

Thank you for participating the initial survey to help update the Teller County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP). The HMP supports all communities within the County by identifying the hazards that may impact us and outlining a strategy to reduce these risks.

Your input is critical in helping to ensure we know your concerns and build a plan that helps address them.

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* 1. In what town or community do you live?

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* 2. In what zip code do you live?

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* 3. Which of the following best defines your role in the community?

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* 4. How concerned are you about the impacts of natural disasters in your community? 

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* 5. Have you been impacted by a natural disaster in your community?

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* 6. If you answered 'yes' to the previous question, please indicate the type(s) of disasters and the frequency with which you have experienced them in your community.

  Multiple times each year About once per year Every few years Once or a few times in my lifetime Never
Drought and Extreme Temperature
Earthquake
Flood
Severe Winter Weather
Wildfire
Tornado
Dam Failure
Hazardous Materials
Landslide
Subsidence, Sink Holes, and Soil Erosion
Thunderstorms, High Winds, and Hail

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* 7. Please select the top THREE (3) hazards you think are the GREATEST THREAT to your community, considering both frequency of occurrence and potential for severe damage.

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* 8. Is your home or business located in a designated floodplain or flood zone?

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* 9. If you responded 'Yes' to the above question, do you currently have flood insurance?

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* 10. Have you taken actions to protect your home and/or business from the impacts of hazards?

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* 11. Do you have project ideas for how to protect the community from the impacts of hazards?

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* 12. Are you interested in staying up to date with our progress? Provide your email address and we will provide you with updates and information about what you can do to help us!

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