Local Jurisdictions Adaptation and Resiliency Efforts: SB 379

Thank you for filling out the Governor's Office of Planning and Research's survey about adaptation and resiliency efforts in your local area.  The results of this survey will help our office  understand how local jurisdictions are meeting SB 379, which requires every local government in California to incorporate climate into the Safety Element of their General Plan, or by reference in other plans.

Please note that responses to these questions will be aggregated into a final report, which will include the names of all of the participating jurisdictions. However, individual responses will remain anonymous.  

Consultants, please feel free to complete these responses with as much or as little detail as you feel appropriate on behalf of clients.

If you have any other thoughts, questions, or recommendations for other jurisdictions we should contact, please email me at annie.carroll@opr.ca.gov. Thank you! 

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* 1. Jurisdiction / Consultant Company Name

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* 2. Have you begun reviewing and updating your General Plan Safety Element (or other local plan that you plan to incorporate by reference) to meet SB 379 requirements?

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* 3. What planning document(s) are you updating to meet the requirement?

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* 4. If you are working on SB 379 compliance, what have you completed?

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* 5. When do you anticipate finalizing the plan?

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* 6. When do you plan to adopt the plan?

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* 7. How have you defined “community assets”?

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* 8. Are you identifying vulnerable communities or populations? If so, what are the factors that you are using to identify vulnerable communities or populations?

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* 9. What are the major barriers your jurisdiction faces when meeting SB 379 requirement?

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* 10. What innovations or successful actions has your jurisdiction taken to meet SB 379?

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