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Survey Description

Clark County is updating its Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (MJHMP) and needs your input on which hazards have the greatest impact to your community.

Every five years, the County must update its plan. The current update cycle is set for the summer of 2023 but cannot be completed without your help. By answering this short survey you are assisting the County to better prepare for and respond to disasters which threaten the way you live, work, play, and access services.

All survey answers are anonymous and will be used to help develop the County’s hazard mitigation plan. Additional comment/answer space is available at the end of the survey.

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* 2. Clark County residents and businesses may encounter a variety of hazards and/or disasters. How concerned are you about the following hazards impacting you, your business and Clark County? (Please rate for each hazard)

  Not at all concerned Somewhat concerned Very concerned Extremely concerned Unsure
Climate Change
Dam Failure
Drought
Earthquake and Seismic Hazards
Flood
Hazardous Materials
Infectious Disease
Infestation
Subsidence and Fissures 
Terrorism
Wildfire

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* 3. Which of the following steps has your household taken to prepare for hazardous events? (Check all that apply)

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* 4. How prepared is your household to cope with a hazard event?

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* 5. Which of the following sources of information have helped you to prepare for hazardous events? (Check all that apply)

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* 6. How important do you find the following community-wide actions or activities that may reduce the risks of hazards in Clark County?

  Not Important Somewhat Important Very Important Extremely Important
Prevention activities such as administrative or regulatory actions that influence the way land is developed and buildings are built (ex: planning, zoning, & building codes)
Property protection actions that modify existing buildings to protect them from a hazard or removal from the hazard area, such as acquisition, relocation, elevation, and structural retrofits
Structural projects intended to lessen hazard impact by modifying the natural progression of the hazard, such as detention/retention basins, retaining walls, storm sewers, and restoration efforts to increase the natural environment’s capacity to absorb hazard impacts
Emergency services actions that protect people and property during and immediately after a hazard event, such as warning systems, evacuation planning, emergency response training, and protection of critical emergency facilities or systems
Public education and awareness activities to inform community members about hazards and the techniques they can use to protect and prepare their property and themselves, including outreach projects, CERT, school programs, library materials, and safety fair events

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* 7. Do you or anyone in your household have disabilities and/or access and functional needs and would you be interested in early warning notifications or specialized response to evacuate during disasters?

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* 8. If you answered yes to Question 7, do you have a certified service animal that you would be interested in evacuating with you or a household member to a shelter during a disaster?

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* 9. If you answered yes to Question 7, would you be interested in more information about Disaster Assistance for people with disabilities and/or access and functional needs?

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* 10. Are you currently registered to receive early warning notifications, from your town/city, Clark County, the State of Nevada, and/or the Early Alert System (EAS)? 


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* 11. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns?

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