July 20, 2014

Counties With Approved Mitigation Plans

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A total of 45 counties have approved hazard-mitigation plans. The other 32, or 42 percent, have expired plans or never had one. Click or tap on a column heading to re-order the table. Search by county.

CountyApproval DateExpiration Date
Alfalfa County2/4/142/4/19
Atoka County12/16/0912/16/14
Beckham County12/12/1312/12/18
Blaine County3/21/113/20/16
Caddo County8/23/118/22/16
Canadian County8/14/138/14/18
Carter County6/16/106/16/15
Cherokee County12/9/0912/9/14
Choctaw County2/21/132/21/18
Cleveland County4/25/144/25/19
Craig County10/25/1010/25/15
Creek County2/4/142/4/19
Custer County7/26/127/26/17
Dewey County12/11/0912/11/14
Garvin County5/7/145/7/19
Grant County10/27/1110/26/16
Greer County10/11/1110/10/16
Harmon County1/29/141/29/19
Harper County8/2/118/1/16
Jackson County10/21/1310/21/18
Jefferson County10/6/0910/6/14
Kingfisher County2/23/122/22/17
Kiowa County10/15/1310/15/18
Le Flore County8/17/128/17/17
Lincoln County12/12/1312/12/18
Logan County9/15/119/14/16
Major County6/25/136/25/18
Marshall County12/10/0912/10/14
Mayes County10/15/1310/15/18
McClain County12/30/0912/30/14
McIntosh County3/24/103/24/15
Murray County11/23/0911/23/14
Muskogee County7/14/097/14/14
Nowata County3/8/103/8/15
Okfuskee County7/30/137/30/18
Oklahoma County3/5/143/5/19
Osage County10/30/1310/30/18
Pittsburg County7/11/127/11/17
Pontotoc County10/26/1010/25/15
Pushmataha County1/26/111/26/16
Roger Mills County12/18/1312/18/18
Rogers County8/31/108/31/15
Stephens County1/7/101/7/15
Tulsa County9/23/109/23/15
Washita County10/15/1310/15/18

Note: Seeking FEMA funds to renew or obtain a new plan are Grady, Jefferson, Latimer, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Pontotoc, Tulsa and Wagoner counties.
Source: Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management.