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Climate Ready | Summer 2021

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Article Source:  County of San Mateo - CA

Climate Ready | Summer 2021
Hazard Mitigation Updates
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The County of San Mateo, led by the Office of Emergency Services, is in the process of developing an updated Multijurisdictional Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) and the public's input is needed!

The LHMP is a key document for pre- and post-disaster planning and financial assistance and will serve to increase community resilience in the face of hazards and natural disasters.
Take the survey and help us understand what's important to you! Tell us what actions the County and its partner agencies can take to help community members prepare for hazard events such as such as earthquakes, climate change, extreme heat and wildfires.
MITIGATION SURVEYSurvey will close on July 5th, 2021. County’s official press release.

LHMP Public Workshop on August 12th at 4:00pm PDT

The County seeks the public’s help in identifying solutions to the problems associated with natural hazards and invites residents to participate in the hazard mitigation plan virtual public workshop, click below to register. For LHMP questions contact Ann Ludwig, Project Manager: c_aludwig@smcgov.org
Extreme Heat
Join this Thursday, June 24th from 2:00pm to 3:00pm PDT
Three stellar presenters will showcase a new San Mateo County tree dashboard that will enable jurisdictions to prioritize hyperlocal areas for tree planting, a case study of the partnership between an urban forestry nonprofit and the City of East Palo Alto, and a recent San Francisco Estuary Institute report on the benefits of tree planting as a stormwater management strategy.
Sea Level Rise
Sea Change SMC is developing a South Coast Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan, focusing on areas from Half Moon Bay south to the County line. Flooding and erosion from sea level rise has the potential to affect beaches and bluffs, roads, farms and ranches, businesses and residences in the south coast.

Do you live, work, or play in Pescadero, Southern Half Moon Bay, or San Gregorio? Join us and the San Mateo Resource Conservation District for a virtual community workshop on July 14th to learn the preliminary results of the sea level rise risks assessment and engage in a discussion on solutions! 

Join on July 14th from 6:30pm to 8:00pm PDT

Want to learn more? Check out our NEW VIDEO to learn more about the sea level rise risk assessment and hear from the south coast community about the importance of working together to prepare for sea level rise!
Watch with Spanish subtitles.
The County's Extreme Heat Task Force invites you to a one-hour conversation about the multiple benefits that increasing tree canopy may have in underserved and formerly redlined communities in San Mateo County.
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