The Oneida County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Oneida County Department of Emergency Services are cooperating on an important disaster preparedness plan for Oneida County and its 48 municipalities. The attached plan is in draft format. Comments are welcome and should be addressed to Jo-Anne Humphreys at Jo-anne-Humphreys@oneidaswcd.org. Thank you.
You can view the draft plan by clicking on the links below:
- Part 1: Executive Summary
- Part 2: Organization of Resources
- Part 3A: Risk Assessment
- Part 3B: Regional Overview
- Part 4: Mitigation Plan
- Part 5: Adoption
- Regulatory Tools
- Mitigation Strategies
Please note that it may take a few minutes to download each file due to the size of the document. Thanks for your patience!
“Please take a few minutes to complete this survey to tell us about hazards of concern in Oneida County so that we can improve our disaster readiness. Simply click on the following link: to begin. Click here to take survey
It should only take approximately 5 minutes. If you live here, work here or just visit from time to time, we’re interested in your input. The information gathered will be summarized and included in the updated Oneida County Hazard Mitigation Plan. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jo-Anne Humphreys at 736-3334 or via email at Jo-anne-Humphreys@oneidaswcd.org. Thank you for your time.”