Emergency Management


Grant County Hazard Mitigation Plan Update


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Grant County Emergency Management has received approval from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency on the Grant County Hazard Mitigation Plan Update. The plan, originally developed in 2006, assists the county, cities, special purpose districts, and the public in planning for disasters before they occur.  It offers participating entities the ability to apply for federal funding to implement disaster mitigation projects.  This plan update includes a revised risk assessment utilizing new and improved data.  It also includes hazard mapping for Grant County and all participating jurisdictions.


Disasters are unpredictable and their social and financial consequences can be devastating.  Hazard mitigation planning is a process designed to identify ways to reduce the loss of life and property damage resulting from disasters such as severe winter storms, flooding, earthquakes and other events. Grant County Emergency Management coordinates the hazard mitigation planning effort for the benefit of Grant County, participating cities, special purpose districts and all citizens and visitors.


For more information about this planning effort, please contact Joy Reese, 509-762-1462,


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