Disaster Management

Disaster Management

Clackamas County seeks public feedback for strategy on disaster risk reduction

Clackamas County is asking the public to provide perspective and feedback to improve our planning before, during and after a natural disaster. Officially titled the Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan, it is intended to provide a roadmap for providing federal funding in the aftermath of a disaster by assessing beforehand identified risks associated with natural disasters, and work on long-term strategies for protecting people and property. 

Keeping Your Home and Property Safe from Wildfire

Workshops for Landowners and Residents

Reports of destructive and life-threatening wildfires that have occurred in western states in the past few years may make owners of forested land nervous about the upcoming dry weather of summer. Be proactive and educate yourself on the steps you can take to make your home and property more fire resistant!

Three upcoming workshops will offer these topics:

Keeping Your Home and Property Safe from Wildfire

Workshops for Landowners and Residents

Reports of destructive and life-threatening wildfires that have occurred in western states in the past few years may make owners of forested land nervous about the upcoming dry weather of summer. Be proactive and educate yourself on the steps you can take to make your home and property more fire resistant!

Upcoming workshops will offer these topics:

Keeping Your Home and Property Safe from Wildfire

Workshops for Landowners and Residents

Reports of destructive and life-threatening wildfires that have occurred in western states in the past few years may make owners of forested land nervous about the upcoming dry weather of summer. Be proactive and educate yourself on the steps you can take to make your home and property more fire resistant!

Upcoming workshops will offer these topics:

Stakeholder Resources and Agreements

These documents are provided for emergency responders to use in case of a large disaster. These agreements were developed by Clackamas County Disaster Management and the Clackamas County Fire Defense Board. These agreements allow agencies to borrow and lend fire agency personnel in the case of a disaster where transportation routes are impacted. Stranded workers from various fire districts may report to alternate fire districts or the Clackamas County Emergency Operations Center if they can’t get to the agency they work for.

Agreements for Lending of Fire Agency Personnel

Signature pages by agency

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Keeping Your Home and Property Safe from Wildfire

Workshops for Landowners and Residents

Reports of destructive and life-threatening wildfires that have occurred in western states in the past few years may make owners of forested land nervous about the upcoming dry weather of summer. Be proactive and educate yourself on the steps you can take to make your home and property more fire resistant!

Upcoming workshops will offer these topics: