The Livingston County Emergency Management Department is staffed by dedicated professionals who work as a team to better our community. Our efforts focus on the safety of our citizens through information, planning, and preparation for all emergency events and potential hazards.
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The Hazard Mitigation Plan is a compilation of natural hazards, vulnerabilities, historical events and mitigation strategies specific to Livingston County, Michigan.
This FEMA-approved plan was created through a collaborative effort between county agencies and local jurisdictions. It is intended for review by the public, local jurisdictions, private business, government entities, and others with an interest in Livingston County. The overview of natural hazards, historical events, and mitigation strategies are meant to inspire responsible community planning. It will allow citizens and businesses insight as to what Livingston County recognizes as potential hazards, and give them an opportunity to plan in advance for emergency events. Special thanks to the Livingston County Planning Department, Information and Technology GIS, Drain Commissioner’s Office, Health Department, and Emergency Management Department for their efforts to develop and publish this plan.
Protect the Livingston County community through preparedness planning and information sharing. Prepare for, prevent, respond to, mitigate, and recover from disasters, emergencies, and threats to our county and our region. Unite emergency disciplines, private partners, and government officials to work cooperatively in times of crisis. Bring best practices, training, and exercises for emergency management to Livingston County.
Public safety and public trust through commitment, integrity, and partnership.
Lead and work cooperatively with emergency response and community partners to protect Livingston County from all threats, hazards, and disasters.