Miami County Hazard Mitigation Plan




Miami County Emergency Management Agency was recently awarded a Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant to update the County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan. This update is required by FEMA every five (5) years to remain eligible for funding for projects. Municipalities, police and fire departments, schools, businesses, and the general public may receive funding for any mitigation strategy found in the approved and adopted plan update.

This website will remain up-to-date with information regarding the Miami County Hazard Mitigation Planning process. This website will provide links to presentations, live meetings, surveys, and more. Please check back often for updates.

Whether you are a stakeholder or a resident of Miami County, we want to receive your comments on the Draft Miami County Hazard Mitigation Plan.

Draft 2022 Miami County Hazard Mitigation Plan

Through November 11, 2022please provide your comments to:

Joel Smith, Director

Miami County Emergency Management Agency

510 W. Water St.,

Troy, Ohio 45373

Phone: (937) 332-8560


Planning Meeting #1: November 17, 2021 and November 18, 2021

  1. Agenda
  2. Presentation
  3. Hazard Mitigation Plan Informational Handout
  4. Hazards Overview
  5. Goals & Hazard Priorities Survey – This survey asks you to consider the goals and hazards identified in the 2017 Plan and determine if they are still relevant.
  6. Previous Mitigation Action Survey – This survey asks communities to reflect on the projects included in the 2017 Hazard Mitigation Plan. Communities are asked to provide the status of each mitigation action and suggest any new actions to be included in this plan update.
  7. Meeting 1 Recordings

Planning Meeting #2: February 16, 2022 and February 17, 2022

  1. Agenda
  2. Presentation
  3. Mitigation Action Scoring Matrix – This survey asks you to determine which mitigation actions are relevant to each of the communities within Miami County and to develop a corresponding action plan that describes how the mitigation actions will be implemented.
  4. Meeting 2 Recordings