TDN Hazard Mitigation Plan - Initial Public Survey

Thank you for participating in the first of three public surveys related to the 2021-2026 Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation Hazard Mitigation Plan. The information gathered with these surveys will help to inform the content of the plan over the next six months. This survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete.

What is Hazard Mitigation Planning?

Hazard mitigation describes actions taken to help reduce or eliminate long-term risks caused by hazards or disasters, such as flooding, earthquakes, wildfires, and landslides.

What are some examples of mitigation actions?

·         Construction of an Emergency Shelter

·         Maintenance of roadways and culverts

·         Purchase of undeveloped hazard prone lands to ensure no future construction occurs there.

·         Protection of critical facilities and infrastructure from future hazard events.

·         Warning systems to alert and notify the public.

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* 1. What do you want to protect if a natural disaster occurs?

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* 2. Please indicate your level of concern regarding the following hazards.

  Not Concerned Slightly Concerned Moderately Concerned Very Concerned
Earthquake
Tsunamis
Landslides
Floods
Forest Fires
Hazardous Materials
Drought
Severe Storms

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* 3. Natural and human-caused disasters can have a significant impact on a community but planning for these events can help lessen the impact. The following statements will help us determine community priorities in planning for these hazards. Please tell us how important each one is to you.

  Not Important Not Very Important Neutral Somewhat Important Very Important
Protecting private property
Protecting critical facilities (medical clinics, roads, fire stations)
Preventing development in hazard areas
Protecting natural environment
Protecting cultural resources
Promoting cooperation among public agencies, citizens, non-profit organizations and businesses
Protecting and reducing damage to utilities
Strengthening emergency services

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* 4. Please share your thoughts on the potential hazards, risks, or vulnerabilities faced by the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation.

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* 5. Are you a citizen of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation?

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* 6. What is your email address?

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