Draft Mitigation Plan Review
The City of Santa Fe Hazard Mitigation Plan is currently undergoing final review by they City's Hazard Mitigation Planning Team, and should be finalized and sent to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for approval (pending City of Santa Fe plan adoption) by December 31, 2013. A copy of the current draft is available for download by clicking the link below:
2013 City of Santa Fe Hazard Mitigation Comment Draft
Current (2008) version of the Hazard Mitigation Plan
The Santa Fe County Hazard Mitigation Plan was formally adopted by the Governing Body on October 6, 2008 (Resolution #2008-85). Copies are available for public viewing in the City Clerk's office or for download below.
Santa Fe Hazard Mitigation Plan (2008)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requires Hazard Mitigation Plans undergo a a federal review every five years. The City of Santa Fe will utilize FEMA grant funds for the revision of our Hazard Mitigation Plan and have hired an emergency planning contractor through they City's competetive bid process to facilitate the development of this plan. The new plan will outline hazards specific to the City and focus on ways to mitigate or reduce the effects of those hazards on our community. Mitigation actions, for example, may range from enhancing warning systems to strengthening the physical structure of the dams.
The office of Emergency Management encourages public participation and input throughout this process, and will provide meeting locations, dates, agendas and minutes as they become available. For more information on the mitigation planning process, please contact Andrew Phelps, the City of Santa Fe Emergency Manager at 505-955-6537 or via email at
Click the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) link below for more information about the City of Santa Fe Hazard Mitigation Plan and development process.
Hazard Mitigation FAQ