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1 Montana State Hazard Mitigation Officer: Contractor: Tetra Tech, Inc.
STATE OF MONTANA HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN AND STATEWIDE HAZARD ASSESSMENT 2013 UPDATE Montana State Hazard Mitigation Officer: Kent Atwood Contractor: Tetra Tech, Inc. Daphne Digrindakis

2 WHY ARE WE DOING THIS AGAIN?
Currently 3 year update cycle 2010 State Plan expires 7 Nov 2013 FEMA likely to change to 5 year cycle Must keep updated Eligible for Public Assistance Categories C-G funding Eligible for PDMC funds Over $10.8 million in Mitigation funds to Montana since 1996 Projects funded 75 federal/25 non-federal Must meet benefit/cost analysis of 1.0

3 PRESIDENTIAL DISASTERS SINCE 2010
DR-1922 Severe Storm & Flooding Hill & Chouteau Counties, Rocky Boy’s Reservation $84,642 HMGP funding - county portion only DR-1996 48 Counties, 5 Reservations $7,614,076 HMGP funding 2012 – DR-4074 Wildland Fire Rosebud & Powder River Counties, No. Cheyenne Tribe $213,750 – estimate only

4 DR-1996 - MITIGATION PROJECTS
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS MT Dept. Admin.; Non-Structural Seismic MT Law Enforcement Academy - $31,403 non-federal/$94,209 federal UM-Western (Dillon); Mathews Hall Seismic Retrofit - $285,968/$857,904 Lewis & Clark County; Trap Club Detention Pond - $172,890/$518,669 Lewis & Clark County; Ten Mile Fuel Reduction - $129,250/$387,750 City of Helena; Seismic - $111,600/$334,800 Broadwater County; Deep Creek Flood Mitigation - $443,750/$1,331,250 Madison County; Moores Creek - $249,408/$748,224 Madison County; Kearny Lane Bridge - $19,000/$57,000

5 DR-1996 MITIGATION PROJECTS
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Madison County; Toledo Mine Rd Culvert - $12,500/$37,500 Granite County; Travelers Home - $40,440/$121,320 Powell County; Cottonwood Creek - $174,637/$523,910 Town of Valier; Valier Pump House - $47,064/$141,191 City of Whitefish; Whitefish Stage Road - $99,333/$298,000 City of Missoula; Acquisition of 3417 Kehrwald - $39,730/$119,190 City of Deer Lodge; Acquisition of 100 Main St. - $18,757/$56,270 Crow Tribe; Little Bighorn River Flood Mitigation - $202,610/ $607,831 5% PROJECTS Weather radios, GIS software, generators

6 FEMA PDM-C GRANTS PLANNING PROJECTS
Develop & Update State and Local PDM Plans NON-PLANNING PROJECTS $3 million Grant Creek (Missoula) $2 million Cottonwood Creek (Deer Lodge) $435K Blacktail Deer Creek (Dillon) $1.2 million Main Street Bridge (Deer Lodge) $2.2 million Creative Arts Center (MSU Bozeman) $304K Open Lands Fuel Reduction (City of Helena)

7 HAZARDS PROFILED IN 2010 STATE PDM PLAN
#1 - Wildfire and Rangeland Fire #2 - Earthquake #3 - Flooding #4 (tie) - Dam Failure #4 (tie) - Severe Thunderstorm, Wind, Hail, Tornado #5 (tie) - Winter Storms & Avalanche #5 (tie) - Hazardous Material Incidents #5 (tie) - Landslide #5 (tie) - Volcanic Ash Deferred: Communicable disease, Drought, and Terrorism

8 2013 STATE PLAN UPDATE HAZARD RANKING METHODOLOGY
Calculated Priority Risk Index (CPRI) **See handout Probability - Highly likely to unlikely Magnitude/Severity - catastrophic to negligible Warning Time - < 6 hours to > 24 hours Duration- < 6 hours to > one week Hazards ranked by SHMO Results validated by Planning Team

9 2013 STATE PLAN UPDATE RANKED HAZARDS
1 – Wildfire (3.7) 2 – Flooding (3.4) 3 – Severe Summer Weather (3.35) 4 (tie) – Earthquake (3.25) 4 (tie) – Severe Winter Weather (3.25) 5 – Communicable Disease (2.95) 6 – Hazardous Material Incidents (2.90) 7 – Drought (2.2) 8 (tie) – Dam Failure (2.1) 8 (tie) – Landslide (2.1) 9 – Terrorism (2.05) 10 – Volcanic Eruption (1.75)

10 2010 STATE PLAN REVIEW Section 1 - Introduction
Section 2 - Planning Process Section 3 - State Profile Section 4 - Risk Assessment Section 5 - Mitigation Strategy Section 6 - Capability Assessment Section 7 - Plan Maintenance

11 SECTION 1.0 - INTRODUCTION
Purpose – documenting historical hazard events and vulnerabilities and strategies for mitigation that will make Montana a more disaster resistant State. Scope – Meet requirements of Standard Level Plan with potential to expand to an Enhanced Plan in the future. Authority – Section 322 (Mitigation Planning) of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act enacted by Section 104 of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000.

12 SECTION 2.0 - PLANNING PROCESS
2010 STATE PLAN Planning Team – review and decision making Stakeholders Group – agencies, businesses, non-profits Local Involvement – 12 meetings around the state Project website 2013 STATE PLAN UPDATE Public meetings in six largest cities (Billings, Missoula, Great Falls, Butte, Bozeman and Helena). Interactive Website – with blog capabilities for SHMO. Introduction of social media (Facebook). Educational module for high school students. Poster session at Capitol rotunda during legislature.

13 SECTION 3.0 - STATE PROFILE
2010 STATE PLAN Climate – topography, temperature, precipitation State-Owned Assets State Buildings Infrastructure – highways, bridges, dams, etc. Population (2000 census data) Economy 2013 STATE PLAN UPDATE Look at effect of climate change Update asset data Utilize data from 2010 census

14 SECTION 4.0 - RISK ASSESSMENT
2010 STATE PLAN Profile 8 Hazards Use GIS to calculate loss estimates using census block data 2013 STATE PLAN UPDATE Develop hazard profiles for Communicable Disease, Drought, Terrorism Spatially locate critical facilities for GIS analysis Use GIS to intersect state critical facilities within hazard areas. Use GIS to intersect Montana assessor data with hazard areas. Report data of # and value of residential and commercial/agr/ industrial structures at risk for each county and incorporated city

15 2013 STATE PLAN RISK ASSESSMENT
Develop GIS layer for each hazard area where spatial differences exist. WUI from CWPPs for wildfire DFIRMS/HAZUS for flooding Inundation maps for dam failure Peak ground acceleration for earthquake ¼-mile buffer to highways/railroads/facilities for hazardous material incidents Determine societal exposure Total population at risk, under 18, over 65

16 SECTION 5.0 - MITIGATION STRATEGY
2010 MITIGATION GOALS Goal 1 - Maximize the Use of Mitigation Actions that Prevent Losses from All Hazards Goal 2 - Increase State’s Capability to Provide and Assist Locals with Mitigation Opportunities Goal 3 - Reduce Impacts from the Dam Failure Hazard Goal 4 - Reduce Potential Earthquake Losses in Seismically Prone Areas Goal 5 - Mitigate the Potential Loss of Life and Property from Flooding Goal 6 - Reduce Losses from Hazardous Material Incidents Goal 7 - Reduce Impacts from Landslides Goal 8 - Reduce Impacts from Severe Summer Weather Goal 9 - Reduce the Community Impacts of Wildland/Rangeland Fires Goal 10 - Reduce Impacts from Severe Winter Weather

17 SECTION 5.0 - MITIGATION STRATEGY
2013 STATE PLAN UPDATE Include mitigation strategy for communicable disease, drought, and terrorism. Develop implementation details for high priority projects. Progress made since 2010 Activities planned for next 3 to 5 years

18 SECTION 6.0 – CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT
2010 STATE PLAN State Mitigation Capabilities State Hazard Mitigation Officer DES District Representatives State Floodplain Management and Dam Safety State Fire Prevention and Education State PDM Planning Team Mitigation Policies, Programs, Capabilities PDM Program National Fire Plan and Fire Prevention Earthquake Program

19 SECTION 6.0 – CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT
2010 STATE PLAN Mitigation Policies, Programs, Capabilities (continued) NFIP and Community Rating System Map Modernization Program Flood Mitigation Assistance Program Dam Safety Program National Weather Service Initiatives Post Disaster Mitigation Policies, Programs, Capabilities Disaster Field Office Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Public and Individual Assistance Mitigation

20 SECTION 6.0 – CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT
2010 STATE PLAN Local Mitigation Capabilities Building codes Zoning Growth Policies Subdivision Regulations Planning Boards Floodplain Management 2013 STATE PLAN UPDATE Describe proposed mitigation-related legislation.

21 SECTION 7.0 - PLAN MAINTENANCE PDM PLAN SECTIONS REVIEWED
Post Disaster Activities Integration with other State Plans Hazard profiles/addition of new hazards History and disaster declarations Goals, objectives, and potential actions Project prioritization Annually - all of the above plus: Planning Team meeting on the past years activities/problems Integration of local plans New study data GIS data

22 SECTION 7.0 - PLAN MAINTENANCE PDM PLAN SECTIONS REVIEWED
Annually (continued): Mitigation funding sources State mitigation capabilities Local mitigation capabilities Project evaluation and monitoring Every three years - all of the above plus: Planning process Organization responsibilities Economic data Population data Hazard assessment methodology

23 SECTION 7.0 - PLAN MAINTENANCE PDM PLAN SECTIONS REVIEWED
Every three years (continued): State structure data Data limitations Qualitative hazard assessment QUESTION??? How can we improve coordination among agencies? How can we more effectively integrate mitigation into other state programs?

24 THANK YOU QUESTIONS?


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