City of Woodburn addendum to the Marion County natural hazards mitigation plan

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dc.contributor.author Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience
dc.contributor.author Woodburn (Or.)
dc.date.accessioned 2010-10-08T00:08:21Z
dc.date.available 2010-10-08T00:08:21Z
dc.date.issued 2010-04-08
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1794/10789
dc.description 182 pp. References, maps, tables, figures, appendices. en_US
dc.description.abstract Woodburn developed this addendum to the Marion County multijurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan in an effort to increase the community’s resilience to natural hazards. The addendum focuses on the natural hazards that could affect the city of Woodburn, Oregon, which include drought, flood, earthquake, landslide, volcano, wildfire, wind storm, and severe winter storm. It is impossible to predict exactly when disasters may occur, or the extent to which they will affect the city. However, with careful planning and collaboration among public agencies, private sector organizations, and citizens within the community, it is possible to minimize the losses that can result from natural hazards. The addendum provides a set of actions that aim to reduce the risks posed by natural hazards through education and outreach programs, the development of partnerships, and the implementation of preventative activities via the comprehensive plan, development code, public facilities plan, transportation system plan, or parks master plan. The actions described in the addendum are intended to be implemented through existing plans and programs within the city. en_US
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dc.publisher City of Woodburn (Or.) en_US
dc.subject Hazard mitigation -- Oregon -- Woodburn
dc.subject Woodburn (Or.)
dc.title City of Woodburn addendum to the Marion County natural hazards mitigation plan en_US
dc.type Book en_US


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