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We have provided a PDF version of these forms that you can print, complete and bring to the office. Contact Rich Saalsaa, our Fire & Life Safety Officer, if you have questions or comments 541-360-0029.
The Linn Benton Fire Protection Standard is commonly referred to as the "Driveway Standards", these standards are provided in good faith to assist building officials, contractors, designers, business owners, and the public with how local fire code officials will apply best practices that are considered to be in compliance with the intent of the Oregon Fire Code.Access & Water Supply WorksheetLinn Benton Fire Protection Standard
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) defines mitigation as "any sustained action taken to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to life and property from a hazard event." The Benton County Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan was developed in an effort to reduce future loss of life and damage to property resulting from natural hazards.
By developing and maintaining an approved Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan we also stay compliant with State and Federal law and remain eligible to apply for pre-and post-disaster funding.
It is impossible to predict exactly when natural hazards events will occur, or the extent to which they will affect the community. But with careful planning and collaboration among public agencies, private sector organizations, and community members, it is possible to minimize the losses that can result from natural hazards.
The Benton County Natural Hazard mitication Plan can be found on the Benton County site, linked below:Fees PolicyStandard of Coverage 2021.pdf
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