HMAP Participation

Why you MUST Attend?

To be included in the Hazard Mitigation Plan Update (ensuring eligibility for FEMA Hazard Funding) active participation and involvement is necessary.  Attendance from a least one participating community representative is mandatory to ALL three Planning Meetings. FEMA-compliant active participation is documented using sign-in sheets at the planning meetings.  Someone from your community MUST sign in to each meeting.

Who Should Attend?

Participating members include but are not limited to emergency managers, police and fire officials, floodplain managers, city engineers, public works managers, city and community planners, city leadership as well as major city employers such as school districts, hospitals, etc.

Community Participation and Survey

Community input and involvement is instrumental in the development of the Hazard Mitigation Plan Update that truly reflects the perceptions and needs of residents in each participating community.  We have developed community surveys and want as much input from residents, businesses and interested citizens as possible.  Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey so that your ideas may become a part of the plan to make communities safer and more resilient to hazards. Please click the links below to participate.

  • Bastrop County and Communities click here
  • Blanco County & Communities click here
  • Burnet County & Communities click here
  • Brady click here
  • Brownwood click here
  • Colorado County & Communities click here
  • Fayette County and Communities click here
  • Jackson County & Communities click here
  • Lampasas County & Communities click here
  • Lee County & Communities click here
  • Llano County & Communities click here
  • Mason County and Communities click here
  • Matagorda County & Communities click here
  • Mills County & Communities click here
  • San Saba County and Communities click here
  • Travis County & Communities click here
  • Williamson County & Communities click here
  • Wharton County & Communities click here