Homeland Security and Emergency Services

2011 New York State Standard Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

(State Mitigation Plan) - old version

View Current New York State Standard Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

After disaster strikes, in order for local and state government and certain non-profits to be eligible for federal recovery and mitigation assistance, New York State must have an existing, FEMA-approved State Mitigation Plan.

Local governments also use the State Mitigation Plan as a reference document as they develop their own local mitigation plans, which allows access to federal mitigation project funding. The links below will take you to the various sections of New York's approved 2011 State Mitigation Plan.

State Mitigation Plan Update

OEM is required to update the State Mitigation Plan every three years.

Your comments and suggestions are important to us. If there is something we can include, revise, or clarify to better serve mitigation in your community, please take a few moments to provide feedback at: