The NIST Community Resilience Planning Guide for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems (Guide) provides a practical and flexible approach to help communities improve their resilience.
The NIST Community Resilience Planning Guide for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems (Guide) provides a practical and flexible approach to help communities improve their resilience by setting priorities and allocating resources to manage risks for their prevailing hazards. The Guide’s six-step process will allow communities to integrate resilience plans into their economic development, zoning, mitigation, and other local planning activities that impact buildings, public utilities, and other infrastructure systems.
The Guide is available here.
Access / Functional Needs Assessments, All Hazard, Business Continuity Planning, Chief Resilience Officer / Staff, Climate Change Adaptation, Coastal, Communications Models, Community Impact Assessments, Community Network Capacity, Community Planning, Community Recovery, Convection/Severe Storms, Critical Systems Design, Earthquake: Shaking, Economic Development, Exurban, Flood, Highway Transportation, Hurricane/Typhoon, Impact Assessments, Innovation in Risk Management, Interior (Non-riverine), Landslide, Local Government, Long-term Housing Planning, Long-term Vulnerability Reduction, Mass Transportation, Moutainous, Operations & Scenario Planning, Planning:Strategic, Post-Recovery Shelter & Housing, Private Sector Enterprise, Public Health, Risk and Disaster Resilience Assessment, Riverine, Rural, Sea Level Rise (Mean Projection), Sea Level Rise (Rapid), Sinkhole/Subsidence, Social Services, State Government, Storm Surge, Suburban, Telecommunications, Threats and Hazard Identification, Tornado, Transportation, Tsunami, Urban, Urban Planning, Volcanic Eruption, Wastewater, Water, Wildfire
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