The HMP planning process will include several opportunities for participants and interested stakeholders to learn about the plan and provide valuable input. Resources such as meeting schedules and outreach materials will be shared here.
For specific questions or concerns about the plan update, please reach out to Angel Becker with NCT at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brooke Seachord, JEO Project Coordinator at email@example.com.
A project kick-off meeting was held with Tribal officials on December 16 in Lame Deer. The purpose of the kick-off meeting was to establish key information that will guide the rest of the planning process. As part of the kick-off meeting tribal planning team members: held an introduction to Hazard Mitigation Planning and the planning process; established HMP goals; discussed roles and responsibilities of plan participants; discussed public engagement outreach strategies; and identified specific hazards to be included in the plan. A copy of the meeting minutes with a full description of information discussed as well as a recording of the kick-off meeting are available below.
Kick-off Meeting Minutes
Kick-off Meeting Presentation
Kick-off Meeting Recording
Round 1 Meetings
The first round of meetings for the plan update were held in January and February 2022. These meetings focused specifically on the hazard events which have occurred across the reservation, their impacts or damages, and the ways in which residents have been impacted. Round 1 meetings were held at the following times:
Meeting Information: Thursday, January 27 at 2:00pm MT and Meeting Option 2: Thursday, February 3 at 2:00pm MT
Round 1 Meeting Presentation
Round 2 Meetings
The second round of meetings held for the Northern Cheyenne Tribe HMP occurred on Thursday April 21st, 2022. This meeting was developed as a time to specifically discuss strategic actions, projects, or strategies to address local vulnerabilities. This meeting was held at the following location: Thursday, April 21st, 2022 at 1:00pm MT at Chief Little Wolf Capitol Building - Council Chambers (600 Cheyenne Ave S.)
Round 2 Meeting Presentation
Round 2 Meeting Recording
To aid in the identification of local risks or vulnerabilities and to better understand concerns by the general public within the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, a public survey has been developed to capture that input. All members of the tribe and tribal public are encouraged to take the following survey:
Take Public Survey Here