Cameron Parish and its partners are seeking community input for the 2020 Cameron Parish Hazard Mitigation Plan update.

Cameron Parish OHSEP, in partnership with the Stephenson Disaster Management Institute at LSU, is leading the process to update the plan. The Cameron Parish Hazard Mitigation Plan describes the naturally occurring risks to the region and outlines strategies to reduce these risks to save lives, reduce property damage, and lessen the impact of future disasters.

Are you passionate about building a more resilient future for your parish? Do you have ideas about how we can reduce risks and better navigate disasters? Please join us on Wednesday, July 8th for a public meeting from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm to learn more about the plan and share your input on the risks and vulnerabilities that most impact you and your community. The meeting will take place at:

Cameron Parish West Annex Building (Police Jury Meeting Room)
148 Smith Circle
Cameron, LA 70631
*Please wear a mask*

Residents of Cameron Parish are asked to participate in a survey about public perceptions and opinions regarding natural hazards in the parish. The survey results will be used in the development of the plan. This short web-based survey can be found at the following link:

The Parish appreciates your input.

If you have questions, please contact:
Ashley Buller, Asst. Director
Cameron Parish OHSEP