Once your community is familiar with your own unique vulnerabilities, you can easily identify strategies that address these vulnerabilities. Strategies are designed to be responsive to the vulnerability types identified and analyzed, choosing which strategies to use is most easily approached through the following steps:
- First, identify who the lead should be: the state, the region, or the local jurisdiction.
- Then, identify the vulnerability type you’d like to address: community vulnerability, fragile housing, or hazards.
- Last, choose which hazard you’d like to address: ground shaking, liquefaction, flooding, or any hazard.