Survey Introduction

A partnership of local governments and others stakeholders in Skagit County are working together to update the Skagit County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. This plan was created in 2015 in response to Federal programs that enable the partnership to use pre- and post-disaster financial assistance to reduce the exposure of County residents to risks associated with natural hazards.

In order to identify and plan for future natural disasters, we need your assistance.  This questionnaire is designed to help us gauge the level of knowledge local citizens already have about natural disaster issues and to find out from local residents about areas vulnerable to various types of natural disasters. The information you provide will help us coordinate activities to reduce the risk of injury or property damage in the future.

The survey consists of various questions plus an opportunity for any additional comments at the end. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete and is anonymous, unless you decide to provide contact information. When you have finished the survey, please click "Done" on the final page.

The Skagit County Hazard Mitigation Planning Partnership thanks you for taking the time to participate in this information-gathering process.

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* 1. Do you live in Skagit County?

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* 2. How long have you lived or worked in Skagit County?

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* 3. Where in Skagit County do you live?

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* 4. How concerned are you about the following natural hazards in Skagit County?  (check one response for each hazard)

  Not Concerned Somewhat Concerned  Concerned Very Concerned Extremely Concerned
Climate Change 
Dam/Levee Failure
Disease/Epidemic
Drought
Earthquake
Flood
Hazardous Materials Incident
Ice Storm
Landslide
Severe Weather
Terrorism and Civil Disturbance
Tsunami
Volcanic Eruption
Wildland Fire
Urban Fire
Other

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* 5. Which of the following natural hazard events have you or has anyone in your household experienced in the past 20 years? (Check all that apply)

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