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The Mitigation Section works with all 44 counties and five Tribes throughout the state of Idaho to ensure each jurisdiction has a plan to reduce and minimize the long-term risk risks posed by both human-induced and natural hazards and disasters. This includes everything from plans to mitigate the effects of earthquakes, to passing through grant funds for projects addressing areas prone to annual flooding. Mitigation identifies hazards and associated vulnerabilities within the state and provides a comprehensive strategy to reduce further disaster losses through sound mitigation projects. The Mitigation Section assists the state and jurisdictions with grants for plans and projects.

Mitigation projects listed in local plans are shown in a mitigation dashboard for viewing, editing, and grant pre-applications. Important information to assist with completing pre-applications is found on the Mitigation Grant Pre-Applications page.

Take a look at project successes from around the state
Mitigation Section Contact 
Mitigation Section Chief

Susan Cleverley
(208) 258-6545

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