The City of Sapulpa applied for and received a Grant from the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program to update their
Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan (MHMP).
Sapulpa's Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan 2009
- Obligation Date: July 2, 2008
- Project Start Date: October 4, 2008
- Anticipated Completion Date: June 15, 2011
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Sapulpa's Update Presentations & Audio Recordings
Sapulpa - 1 - Introductory Presentation - 1-23-09
Sapulpa - 2 - TAC Introductory Presentation - 2-10-09
Sapulpa - 2 - TAC Introductory Presentation - 2-10-09 (Audio)
Sapulpa - 3 - Community Data Meeting - 3-10-09
Sapulpa's Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan 2003
On June 16, 2003 the Sapulpa City Council passed a resolution adopting
the Sapulpa Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
The 2003 plan has been approved by the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (ODEM) and the Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Sapulpa's 2003 Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
Highlights of Sapulpa's 2003 Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
The following are the top ten high priority mitigation measures defined by the Sapulpa Hazard
Mitigation Planning Committee.
- Floods - Implement structural and non-structural flood
mitigation measures for flood-prone properties as recommended in the basin-wide master drainage
plans and by FEMA.
- Floods - Eliminate Storm-water infiltration and inflow (I&I)
into the sanitary sewer system.
- Floods - Obtain and install flood level monitoring equipment
in Polecat and Rock Creeks.
- Floods - Launch an automatic monitoring and warning system
for spot flooding.
- Floods - Acquire and remove Repetitive Loss Properties and
repeatedly flooded properties where the community’s Repetitive Loss and master drainage plans
identify acquisition to be the most cost effective and desirable mitigation measure.
- General - Develop a Sapulpa debris management program.
- Tornadoes & High Winds - Provide Safe Rooms in Fire and Police
stations to protect first responders.
- Tornadoes & High Winds - Investigate building codes and
incentives for adequacy for tornadoes and high winds.
- Extreme Heat - Develop a heat response plan for Sapulpa.
- Urban Fires - Replace/continue replacing inadequately sized
water lines with lines of sufficient size to provide proper fire protection to annexed and existing