Thank you for clicking on our community survey!

Natural hazards are a common and frequent occurrence in Hood River County. We take this issue seriously.

Your participation in this survey will help us to better prioritize actions to help the county minimize or avoid disaster losses. Survey results will be incorporated into the Hood River County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, which will identify risks associated with natural disasters and develop long-term damage reduction strategies. This survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.

Thank you for your help!

For more information or to get involved, contact Nicolia Mehrling at nicolia.mehrling@co.hood-river.or.us

* 1. Have you heard of the Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan before this?

* 2. How concerned are you about the following natural disasters affecting Hood River County? Please assign a number to your concern, with "1" meaning "Not at all concerned," and "5" meaning "Very concerned."

  (Not at all concerned)
1
2 3 4 (Very concerned)
5
Drought
Earthquake
Flood
Landslide
Volcanic Eruption
Wildfire
Windstorm (prolonged high wind speeds)
Winter Storm (Ice, snow, freezing rain, extreme cold)

* 3. Of the following Hood River County assets, which do you thi´╗┐nk are the most important to protect from the impacts caused by a natural disaster? Please assign a number, with "1" meaning "not at all important" and "5" meaning "very important."

  (Not at all important)
1
2 3 4 (Very important)
5
Governance (ability to maintain order, provide public services: sheriff's operations, 911 services, public works, communications, etc)
Infrastructure (bridges, utilities, schools, roads)
Human (lives, health, injuries)
Economic (businesses, farmland)
Cultural/historic (libraries, historic buildings, fairgrounds, museums)
Environmental (forests, waterways)

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