The City of Bartlesville received a grant to update the Bartlesville Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Below is a calendar and links to display meetings dates, presentations, and where available, audio
recordings of the meetings.
Bartlesville's Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan 2009
- Obligation Date: July 8, 2008
- Project Start Date: September 1, 2008
- Anticipated Completion Date: November 8, 2010
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Bartlesville's Update Presentations & Audio Recordings
Bartlesville's Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan 2004
The Bartlesville Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
is an update of the Multi-Hazard Floodplain Mitigation
Assistance Plan, October 11, 2002, the Floodplain Management Plan, October 2001, and the City of
Bartlesville’s Community Rating System (CRS) Plan. A draft of the complete
Bartlesville Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
available for review.
Highlights of Bartlesville's 2004 Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
The following are the top ten high priority mitigation measures defined by the Bartlesville Hazard
Mitigation Planning Committee.
- Floods -
- Complete elevation certificates and cost-benefit analyses for all potential flooded
- Acquire repetitive loss and repeatedly flooded properties where the City’s Repetitive Loss
Plan and Stormwater Master Plan has identified acquisition to be the most cost effective
and desirable mitigation measure.
- Identify floodplain land that has potential to be acquired from private owners and
incorporated into the city park system.
- Multi-Hazard - Prepare evaluation report of communications
needs of city and county public safety / emergency service agencies. Prepare and implement plan to
replace communication equipment.
- Hazardous Materials - Maintain well trained and well equipped
- Floods - Implement structural and non-structural flood
mitigation measures for floodprone properties as recommended in the Stormwater Master Plan and
Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan.
- Tornadoes - Install safe rooms in the schools.
- Transportation - Define and mark a hazardous materials truck
routes through the community.
- Tornadoes - Provide employee shelters at critical facilities,
such as 911 Center and fire stations.
- Drought - Implement recommendations of the City's drought
committees in regard to secondary water supply sources and water restriction.
- Floods - Complete study to identify need for stream gauges on
Caney, Sand, Butler, Rice, Turkey and Coon Creeks.
- Terrorism - Upgrade security at the Police Station.
- Terrorism - Upgrade Central Fire Station and Fire Station 2
with the same security measures as Fire Stations 3 and 4.
- Terrorism - Upgrade security at Government Offices.