In response to a nationally identified need to reduce the region's vulnerability to hazards and disasters, the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) is coordinating the development of multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Action Plans (HazMAPs). The purpose of these multi-jurisdictional HazMAPs is to identify and analyze geographically specific natural hazards for a given jurisdiction. Based on the analysis of those hazards, each jurisdiction will identify action items or projects that, if implemented, could reduce their vulnerability to the identified hazards.

NCTCOG is a participating jurisdiction in the 2020 Tarrant County HazMAP. This document can be viewed here


Hazard Mitigation Planning Resources - FEMA Mitigation Plan Review Tool / Checklist - FEMA  [WORD] Mitigation Grants Fact Sheet G318 Local Mitigation Planning Workshop -Manual
Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grant Guidance - FEMA Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) for Critical Facilities - FEMA Risk Communication Basics - NOAA G318 Course Handouts
Mitigation Ideas - FEMA Local Mitigation Planning Handbook - FEMA Texas Hazard Mitigation Plan Mitigation Best Practices - FEMA
Natural Hazard Extent Scales Hazard Mitigation Grant Application Presentation Code of Federal Regulations 201 Mitigation Planning  

Helpful Websites:‚Äč

TDEM Mitigation 
FEMA Mitigation 
FEMA  Pre-Disaster Mitigation
Building a Hazard Mitigation Plan - Alternate Resource 

For more information contact 
Alayna Payne