Hazard Mitigation: Any action taken to reduce the loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters (natural, technological and man-made).

Hunterdon County, along with its municipalities are in the process of updating their Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP). This plan is required by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in order to be eligible for federal grant funding for public and private mitigation projects. The HMP must provide a “blueprint” by which local governments can make coordinated, cost-effective efforts towards reducing losses from natural hazards (flooding, severe storms, severe winter storms, extreme temperatures, etc.). More information about this planning process may be found at the Hunterdon County HMP website by going to http://co.hunterdon.nj.us/oem.html

The following survey is designed to help identify general needs for mitigation within the County from your perspective, as well as to identify specific projects that may be included in the mitigation plan.

Please review and answer the following questions regarding potential mitigation that affects transportation within Hunterdon County. Provide as much detail as possible to support your choice in the Comments box. Where possible, identify specific areas (locations, facilities, programs, policies, etc.) that need to be improved, and your suggestions for possible improvements. If there are other important issues that you feel are not covered by these survey questions, please let us know.