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Hazard Mitigation Plan

The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) developed a hazard mitigation plan designed to support current OCTA emergency and crisis management plans and to strengthen the organization's preparedness to natural hazards.



Examples of natural hazards include flooding, earthquakes, and wildfires. The plan has been approved by California Office of Emergency Services and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It enables OCTA to access federal funding, opening opportunities to put additional or enhanced resilience measures in place.


  • Ensure all State and Federal outreach requirements for a Hazard Mitigation Plan are met.
  • Work collaboratively with stakeholders to address natural hazard preparation.
  • Share the public comment process with all interested parties and make it easy and accessible for all communities to be able to comment.