The City of Tustin is required to have a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved Hazard Mitigation Plan to maintain City eligibility for State and Federal pre and post disaster funding.
The City of Tustin Hazard Mitigation Plan is periodically updated to promote sound public policy designed to protect residents, critical facilities, infrastructure, key resources, private property, and the environment from natural and man-made hazards in and around the City. Other benefits of maintaining this Plan include increased public awareness, ongoing documentation of resources for risk reduction and loss-prevention, and the identification of activities which could guide the City toward building a safer, more sustainable community.
Public input is an important part of this process to ensure that the City’s Hazard Mitigation Plan is comprehensive. Your input will also help to further define the goals of the City‘s Emergency Management program. The City greatly appreciates the assistance of our citizens, businesses and others by completing this online survey.