Hazard Mitigation Plan

The mission statement for the Toledo School District Hazard Mitigation Plan is to:

Pro-actively facilitate and support district-wide policies, practices, and programs that make the Toledo School District more disaster resistant and disaster resilient.

Making the Toledo School District more disaster resistant and disaster resilient means taking proactive steps and actions to protect life safety, reduce property damage, minimize economic losses and disruption, and shorten the recovery period from future disasters. This plan is an educational and planning document that is intended to raise awareness and understanding of the potential impacts of natural hazard disasters and to help the District deal with natural hazards in a pragmatic and cost-effective manner.

Completely eliminating the risk of future disasters in the Toledo School District is neither technologically possible nor economically feasible. However, substantially reducing the negative consequences of future disasters is achievable with the implementation of a pragmatic Hazard Mitigation Plan.

Mitigation simply means actions that reduce the potential for negative consequences from future disasters. That is, mitigation actions reduce future damages, losses, and casualties. Effective mitigation planning will help the Toledo School District deal with natural hazards realistically and rationally. That is, to identify where the level of risk from one or more hazards may be unacceptably high and then to find cost effective ways to reduce such risk. Mitigation planning strikes a pragmatic middle ground between unwisely ignoring the potential for major hazard events on one hand and unnecessarily overreacting to the potential for disasters on the other hand.

This mitigation plan focuses on the hazards that pose the greatest threats to the District’s facilities and people: Earthquake, Volcano, Flood, Landslide. Other natural hazards that pose lesser threats are addressed briefly.

Hazard Mitigation Plan Documents
Public Meeting Notice January 24, 2016
Hazard Mitigation Plan Table of Contents
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 1 Introduction
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 2 District Location
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 3 Planning Process
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 4 Goals, Objectives, Action Items
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 5 Adoption, Implementation, Maintenance
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 6 Earthquakes
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 7 Volcanic Hazards
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 8 Flooding
Hazard Mitigation Plan Chapter 9 Landslides
Appendix A Local Mitigation Plan Review Tool
Appendix 1 FEMA Mitigation Grant Programs
Appendix 2 Principles of Cost-Benefit Analysis

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Title IX Coordinator, Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator

Brennan Bailey

P.O. Box 469,

Toledo, WA 98591


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