Hazard Planning Public Input is Requested

Tuesday, December 05, 2023

Lucas County and its municipal partners are in the process of preparing an update to the Lucas County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. The plan is updated every five years to set goals that reduce the negative impacts of future hazards including flooding, droughts, severe storms, and many other hazards.

Public input is needed in the hazard mitigation planning process. By taking this short survey, you are telling local leaders what risks are most important to you and help them to focus on the risk-related issues that matter in Toledo. There are no right answers and all responses are anonymous.

Take the survey

This survey is designed to help the county as a whole and your community, gauge public perceptions of hazard vulnerability and potential projects to lessen the impacts of future hazard occurrences.

If you would like to discuss the hazard mitigation project, contact the Lucas County Emergency Management Agency at 419-213-6503 for general information on mitigation and preparedness.