Shoreline’s Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) provides long-term strategies for reducing the impacts of disasters in Shoreline such as earthquakes, floods, fires and landslides. Disasters take a heavy toll on communities by destroying life, property, critical infrastructure and natural systems. They can also disrupt local economies, sometimes permanently. The HMP represents Shoreline’s commitment to creating and maintaining a resilient community if disaster strikes.
To review Shoreline's HMP and the current strategies the City is working on to mitigate our risks see the current plan here: 2009 Multijurisdictional Hazards Mitigation Plan Update.
For more information, contact City of Shoreline Emergency Management Coordinator Gail Harris at (206) 801- 2271.