The City of Malden is preparing an updated draft Hazard Mitigation Plan to reduce the city’s vulnerability to natural hazards such as flooding, droughts, hurricanes, and blizzards, and increase the city’s resilience to the impacts of climate change. Malden’s previous plan was prepared in 2017 and is due to be updated ever five years. By completing this plan, the City will remain eligible for grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for mitigation projects such as drainage improvements.
Please join the City on June 15th at 4:00 PM for a public presentation about the draft Hazard Mitigation Plan at City Hall, Room 108. The meeting will also be available online via Zoom webinar at the link below. Questions, comments, and suggestions for the draft plan are welcome.
Malden residents, business owners, civic organizations and institutions are invited to participate in the public meeting and provide their questions and comments as part of this on-going effort to plan for a resilient future for the City of Malden.
The Meeting will be held in-person in Malden City Hall on June 15th, 2022 at 4PM, and will also be available online as a Zoom webinar.
The City of Malden has prepared a draft Hazard Mitigation Plan to increase the City’s resilience to natural hazards such as flooding, winter storms, extreme heat, and drought. Questions and comments on the plan are welcome and can be submitted by email to email@example.com Please submit any comments by Monday, June 27, 2022. Download the draft Hazard Mitigation Plan.