Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan: 2024 Update
About the Plan
Every year natural hazards such as floods, high winds, lightning, tornadoes, earthquakes, drought, extreme temperatures, and wildfires impact Connecticut. They destroy property, cause power outages, block roads, and can even result in injury and death.
A Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan helps communities to understand risks and to take steps to reduce loss of life, injury, and property damage.
The Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (MetroCOG), in partnership with member municipalities (highlighted below), is in the process of updating the region's multi-jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan. Please share your ideas - your responses to the survey below will help to inform the Plan.
If you have any questions or would like to be included in future updates, you may enter your contact information at the end of the survey.
Participation in this study is voluntary and anonymous. None of the information you provide will be attributed to you directly.