SECTION 2: PLANNING PROCESS
2015 Action #
2019 Status Status Comments/Explanation
Implement standard for each buildable lot to have a minimum percentage of buildable area outside floodplains, wetlands, riparian buffers as part of the plan review and recording process. Map storm water drainage system as part of Phase II Stormwater Management Plan. Provide for public dissemination building inspections brochures regarding high winds, water damage prevention, and tie downs for accessory structures. Incorporate regulations for illicit discharge control in Phase II Stormwater Management Plan. Examine need to evaluate weather radio distribution program (daycares/nursing homes) initiated by Wake County Emergency Management 1999 Update and implement a Basic Emergency Operations Plan and a Disaster Operations Plan for the Town. Examine the feasibility and need to contract/purchase a reverse 911 system to alert citizens of impending danger.
Adopted standards for max environmental features on lots outside of development standards
Same action as 2014
We now have an illicit discharge ordinance
County abandoned program
Reverse 911 program in place
Partner with Wake County and other interested parties to jointly identify and acquire open space lands. Provide backup power for all critical public facilities (Police, Public Works, and other critical public buildings). The Town will seek opportunities to use Federal grant resources to assist private property owners in elevating existing structures located within flood hazard zones. Building Retrofit - The Town is willing to develop a plan to utilize Federal grant resources to assist private property owners in renovating and retrofitting existing structures. When feasible, Town of Garner will alleviate flooding into habitable space due to storm water, as consistent with Town Drainage Policy. Continue to work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on wetland protection.
Completed in 2017
we do not have enough properties to have an action item
Our open space ordinance is geared towards protecting water quality
Use Open Space Ordinance to protect wildlife habitat.
Incorporate on-site retention/detention requirements for Phase II Stormwater Management Plan.
Wake County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan 2019
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