The Livingston County Hazard Mitigation Plan has been updated for 2022. It is now valid through April 2027.
The Hazard Mitigation Plan is a compilation of
natural hazards, vulnerabilities, historical events and mitigation
strategies specific to Livingston County, Michigan.
FEMA-approved plan was created through a collaborative effort between
county agencies and local jurisdictions. It is intended for review by
the public, local jurisdictions, private business, government entities,
and others with an interest in Livingston County. The overview of
natural hazards, historical events, and mitigation strategies are meant
to inspire responsible community planning. It will allow citizens and
businesses insight as to what Livingston County recognizes as potential
hazards, and give them an opportunity to plan in advance for emergency
events. Special thanks to the Livingston County Planning Department,
Information and Technology GIS, Drain Commissioner's Office, Health
Department, and Emergency Management Department for their efforts to
develop and publish this plan.
You can find the Plan on our County Plans website locate here .