Mitigation Plan for Four New Jersey Counties

Project Overview

In April 2014, the Counties of Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem initiated a project to update four Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plans that were approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in 2010 and 2011. The hazard mitigation plan update effort is being led by the respective Offices of Emergency Management for the four counties with the assistance of Stuart Wallace, LLC, mitigation planning consultants.

Direct participation in the project is open to all County departments, as well as all incorporated municipalities and recognized government entities within these four counties. In addition, opportunities for participation by the public and interested parties will be provided.

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Work-in-Progress

As of April 17, 2015, the following documents have been submitted to the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management and FEMA for review:

  • Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan – including summary information that is common to all participating jurisdictions in the NJ4 HMP.
  • Annexes – compiling information supporting the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan.
  • Appendices for sixty-four (64) participating counties, municipalities, and institutions – identifying hazard priorities, critical facilities, and mitigation measures for each participating jurisdiction.

Click here to view the April 17, 2015 Draft Mitigation Plan for Four New Jersey Counties.

Participating Municipalities

Click on individual counties to find additional project information for each county and their constituent municipalities.