The Mustang Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
was approved and adopted by the Mustang City Council on Feb. 3, 2004.
The plan has been approved by the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (ODEM) and
the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
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Highlights of Mustang's Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
The following are the top ten high priority mitigation measures defined by the Mustang Hazard
Mitigation Planning Committee.
- General - Develop a community debris management plan.
- General - Develop an all-hazard public information and
- General - Acquire and utilize GIS and GPS technologies to
record and maintain information on public infrastructure, private safe rooms and private water wells.
- General - Provide Certified Disaster Training for City
- General - Identify and maintain a list of resources to provide
foreign language translators.
- Urban Fires - Develop a plan that prioritizes replacement of
inadequately sized water lines with lines of sufficient size to provide adequate fire protection.
- Winter Storms - Develop and assess a contingency plan for
responding to massive power outage due to severe storms and overload demands.
- Drought - Develop secondary water supply system.
- Hazardous Material Events - Develop and reinforce hazardous
materials equipment and response teams.
- Transportation - Assess risks and develop a plan for responding to
hazardous materials incidents on major transportation routes through the community.