The City of Mount Pleasant is updating its Hazard Mitigation Plan, and Mt Pleasant requests citizen input via a simple online survey.
“Our mission is to keep the Mount Pleasant community safe, and hazard mitigation is a strategy to reduce loss of life and property by decreasing the impact of disasters,” said Fire Chief Larry McRae, directing the efforts to update the Hazard Mitigation Plan.
“We are asking citizens to take two minutes to take a three-question survey to identify what they consider the highest risks to our community,” he explained. “This is the first step in extensive plans for the City’s emergency planning and response efforts.”
You can access the survey via the QR code or mpcity.net/emergency. You can also get a paper copy at Mount Pleasant City Hall and Public Library on Madison Road or the Central Fire Station on Ferguson Road.
The survey is available in English and Spanish. The survey closes on October 10. Results will be compiled and published to the community by October 20.
If you have questions, contact Chief McRae at email@example.com.