We’ve helped hundreds of communities across the nation reduce their risk to hazards. Having the most qualified team on your side ensures that your plan is thorough and effective.
Community-Centric Planning Process
We hand-tailor each community’s planning process to meet their specific needs. Our adaptive approach is informed by and developed with the local community in mind.
Our plans are easy-to-use and designed so important information is immediately accessible. We include clear steps to enact impactful mitigation.
Hazard Mitigation Plans
Drought Management Plans
Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
Continuity of Operations Plans
Community Wildfire Protection Plans
Benefit Cost Analysis
Community Rating System
Debris Management Plans
Emergency Preparedness Plans
Emergency Action Plans
Evacuation Route Mapping/Planning
Parcel-Level Flood Analysis
Mitigation Grant Assistance
Wildfire Planning Tournaments
Evacuation Planning Exercises
Levee and Dam Failure Exercises
What Our Clients Say
This is an exemplary plan. It is easy-to-read, thorough, and concise. It is clear that thoughtful discussions occurred throughout the planning process; a tremendous amount of information is synthesized and summarized, and the planning team’s care and attention to detail are evident throughout the plan. Jurisdictional profiles are well-constructed and exemplify the intent of mitigation plans to reduce or eliminate vulnerabilities. The planning team should be proud of this effort.
FEMA Hazard Mitigation Plan Reviewer
Federal Emergency Management Agency
The Papio-Missouri NRD coordinated a multi-jurisdictional HMP to cover all communities within our boundary. JEO's Hazard Mitigation and Emergency Planning team worked diligently to connect with all communities to ensure that each of them had the necessary data and support to participate. JEO developed a training workshop to make sure that our communities understood the planning process and to gather community priorities prior to beginning the process. JEO went above and beyond the basic requirements of the project scope to accommodate communities and to make sure data was accurate and correct.
Lori Ann Laster, CFM
Stormwater Management Engineer, Papio-Missouri Natural Resources District