How can we make Thurston County communities more disaster resilient? Over 20 local government agencies including the county, cities, schools, emergency services, transit, and other special purpose districts will evaluate strategies to reduce community risks from natural hazards such as earthquakes, floods, severe storms, and wildfires.

Your feedback on this survey will inform actions to be adopted by local governments to reduce losses. All responses will remain confidential.

This survey can be provided in alternate formats by contacting the
Thurston Regional Planning Council at 360.956.7575 or email
Hazard Awareness

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* 1. How concerned are you about the effects of the following natural hazards impacting your community?

  Not Concerned Somewhat Concerned Very Concerned No Opinion
Climate change
Extreme heat
Severe storms
Volcanic Activity

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* 2. Are there any other hazards not listed above that you are concerned about?

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* 3. Are you aware of any areas within the greater Thurston County region that are vulnerable to natural hazards?