(HM-MVP) Plan

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Wilbraham Hazard Mitigation and Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (HM-MVP) Plan

Due to climate change, the Town of Wilbraham is expected to experience more precipitation, heat waves, and increasingly frequent and intense storms. To prepare for these hazards, the Town was awarded funding to complete the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) planning process and to update the Town’s 2015 Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP).

By completing this project, Wilbraham will be eligible for federal FEMA grant programs, as well as state MVP Action grants for the implementation of hazard mitigation and climate adaptation projects. Your input on this project is essential!



The Wilbraham MVP-HMP planning process involves:

  • Convening a Core Team who will provide guidance on the planning process and local data and experience.

  • Meeting with community leaders through a virtual Community Resilience Building (CRB) Workshop series.

  • Engaging the residents and business owners through webpage updates, an online video and survey, and a virtual Listening Session.

  • Conducting a vulnerability and risk assessment of historic hazards and the potential impacts of climate change.

  • Updating progress on actions identified in the 2015 HMP.

  • Documenting the Town’s operations and capacity to mitigate and respond to hazards.

  • Developing an action and implementation strategy.



Want to be part of the solution? Take these quick steps!

  1. Watch our short video here and take our online survey by April 5th, 2021

  2. Share the video, survey, and your thoughts online using the hashtag #ResilientWilbraham

  3. Submit a question through our comment form

  4. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities for engagement!