How did Clackamas County help with this process?

Clackamas County adopted their Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan in 2002, updated it in 2007 and 2012, and then adopted a new plan in 2019. Each city under their jurisdiction were encouraged to prepare an addendum to the County's Plan. To assist in this process, Clackamas County partnered with the Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience (OPDR) at the University of Oregon to hire a Resource Assistance for Rural Environments Participant (RARE Participant). The RARE Participant was hired using funds made available through the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program and worked with each participating city in developing an addendum to Clackamas County's Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan. City of Oregon City staff and other volunteers worked with the RARE Participant to develop the addendum to the County's Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan, which is now referred to as the Clackamas County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan.

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1. Does Oregon City have a natural hazards mitigation plan (NHMP)?
2. What does a natural hazards mitigation plan do?
3. How did Clackamas County help with this process?