County Wide All-Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan (CANHMP)

 

Licking County is currently in the process of updating the CANHMP for 2019. The CANHMP is up for renewal every 5 years, The Core Group host multiple public meetings over the course of the plan cycle to discuss updates and changes. Please check back for further updates as they are posted. Thank you
 

CANHMP - Flood Hazard Mitigation - Click Here To View Page

In order to comply with the Federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000, Licking County has prepared a 2012 CANHMP Update to the existing 2007 FMA Update as well as the original 2003 CANHMP document. This 2012 CANHMP Update is currently being reviewed by Ohio EMA in Columbus and FEMA Region V in Chicago will review and approve the document as being compliant.

The 2012 CANHMP Update will then be submitted to participating local specific jurisdictions (Villages and Cities), as well as the Licking County Commissioners, for their review and adoption.

The 2012 CANHMP Update can be reviewed and commented on at the Licking County Planning Department office, 20 South Second Street, 1st Floor, Newark OH, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, except Holidays.

Click here to view the County-wide All Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan, February 27, 2014 adoption.

Local Jurisdictions participating in the 2012 CANHMP Update:

Newark

Pataskala

Heath

Granville

Hebron

Hanover

Hartford

Alexandria

Johnstown

Buckeye Lake
The Licking County Planning Department, in cooperation with the City of Newark, has previously updated the 2003 Countywide All Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan (CANHMP) to meet Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) requirements as of 2007. The result will qualify Licking County unincorporated and the city of Newark for additional future mitigation fund requests designed to reduce flood risks for Licking County residents and businesses, as well as infrastructure such as roads, bridges, etc.

Click here to view the draft 2007 FMA Plan.

In addition to flooding hazards, the 2003 Countywide All Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan (CANHMP) (9.1 MB) addresses other Licking County hazards.

Click hereto view the 2003 CANHMP.

CRS Resident Letter

CRS Flood Information Brochure

Stream Maintenance Brochure

Licking County Flood Boundary Map

Storm Water

CRS EMA Letter

Final CANHMP

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