Planning

Local Mitigation Strategy

 

 

The Palm Beach County Local Mitigation Strategy (LMS) Working Group and sub-committees are coordinated by the Palm Beach County Department of Public Safety's Division of Emergency Management. The LMS Working Group is comprised of county, municipal, private sector, and community partners, including the general public, that prepare and promote local strategies and projects to reduce long-term risks to life and property from natural, technological, and human caused disasters. The resulting pre and post disaster mitigation strategies and projects are supported by a variety of state and federal programs and funding sources, in accordance with the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000.

Mitigation projects carried on the LMS Prioritized Project List (PPL) may be eligible for funding under a variety of programs, such as the Pre Disaster Mitigation (PDM) Program, Public Assistance (PA), Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) Program, and Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). The PPL is updated at least twice a year in anticipation of funding opportunities. 

LMS Working Group meetings serve as the primary mechanism and forum for exchanging information, planning implementation of updating the Palm Beach County Local Mitigation Strategy, and mobilizing the vast experience and resources of the community. Public attendance and comments are welcomed and encouraged.

LMS Corner:

LMS Times

2018 Summer LMS Times

2018 Spring LMS Times

2018 Winter LMS Times

2017 Summer LMS Times

2017 Fall LMS Times

LMS Project Submission

LMS Project Prioritized Project List, November 2018

LMS Project Prioritized Project List, May 2018

2018 LMS Guidance Document/Instructions

2018 LMS Scoring Form

LMS Submission Period Letter 

LMS Board Training

LMS Steering Committee and Working Group Meeting Notes

LMS Working Group Meeting Notes June 2018 

LMS Steering Committee Meeting Notes May 2018 

LMS Working Group Meeting Notes March 2018 

LMS Steering Committee Meeting Notes February 2018 

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