PREPAREDNESS


Steering Committee

The LPC is recruiting members to serve on an Economy and Recovery Finance Project Team. Scroll down to learn more.

The Lane Preparedness Coalition is guided by a standing Steering Committee. The Steering Committee facilitates communication among Coalition members, maintains continuity in Coalition activities, and monitors progress toward accomplishing the annual work plan. Members of the Steering Committee give feedback to the Chair, make organizational decisions, facilitate team development, and represent the Coalition in the community.


The LPC Charter provide guidance and governance.


The LPC annual work plan provides direction.


2017 Meeting schedule


NATURAL HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN (NHMP) SUBCOMMITTEE

The Eugene-Springfield Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan  was approved by the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) in December 2014. Eugene and Springfield jointly developed this Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan in an effort to identify risks and prioritize actions that will reduce future loss of life and property resulting from natural disasters. Section 1.6.5 of the plan designates the Lane Preparedness Coalition as the supporting body for implementation of the plan.


The NHMP Subcommittee annual work plan provides direction.


2016 Meeting schedule


The NHMP Subcommittee reports annually to the LPC Steering Committee.


Contact information for the NHMP project manager


EMERGENCY WATER SUPPLY PROJECT TEAM

Water storage is listed as a multi-hazard priority in the NHMP summary of mitigation actions. The emergency water supply project team convened in January 2016 to author a guidebook for commercial, industrial and institutional facility managers. Click the link to download the LPC Emergency Water Supply Guidebook.


ECONOMY AND RECOVERY FINANCE PROJECT TEAM
Sobering statistics from FEMA and the U.S. Small Business Administration indicate that 40% of businesses affected by a major disaster never reopen. 25% of businesses will fail within one year and 90% will fail after two years. The goal of the economy and recovery finance project team was to publish a plan to develop infrastructure to support business continuity for Lane County businesses after a disaster.  The Steering Committee voted at its July 12, 2017 meeting to table this effort.