Community Open Houses – Explore Reducing Risk of Natural Hazards with Tillamook County Emergency Management, Local Fire Districts

Are you concerned about natural hazards like flooding, wildfire or landslides? Tillamook County and local Fire Districts are working to develop mitigation strategies to reduce risk from the most critical natural hazards we face. Tillamook County is updating its “Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan.” Communities are stronger when they recognize the risks of natural hazards and make efforts to reduce risk from their effects. What Natural Hazards concern you? Wind storms, floods, Winter storms, landslides, tsunamis, other concerns? We want to hear from you!

You can share your thoughts and learn more at these public open houses:

July 11th – Garibaldi Fire and Rescue Where: at 107 6th St, Garibaldi When: July 11, 2022 from 6pm-8pm

July 12th – Nehalem Bay Fire and Rescue District Where: 36375 HWY 101 N., Nehalem When: July 12, 2022 from 6pm-8pm

July 20th -Nestucca Rural Fire & Rescue Station 87 Where: Hebo When: July 20, 2022 from 6pm-8pm

Please plan on attending the open house in your area; your input is greatly appreciated. For more information about the Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan, go to