Queen Anne’s County, Maryland has initiated the process of updating the Queen Anne’s County Hazard Mitigation Plan. Federal grant funding provided by FEMA has been obtained to complete this planning project.
We need your help with this project. Please answer a few quick questions about what hazards in your community are a concern. Please take our survey before October 26, 2018
Hazard mitigation is sustained action taken to reduce or eliminate the long-term risk to human life and property from hazard.
Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee
Department Of Emergency Services
Department of Planning & Zoning
Department of Public Works
Department of Finance
GIS / IT Department
Eastern Shore Land Conservancy
Centreville Police Department
Maryland Emergency Management Agency
The first step in the process involved the identification of key stakeholders, which resulted in the formation of a planning committee.
A main component of the plan update includes the identification of hazard areas. Special emphasis has been placed on the identification of structures at-risk to flood hazards including: riverine, coastal, storm surge, and sea level-rise. The results will aid in determining ideas to eliminate and/or reduce the affects of hazard events to Queen Anne’s County.