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 Countywide PDRP Project

 

The County Commission will discuss the PDRP on Oct. 7, 2014 at the R. L. Anderson Admin. Center in Venice.

 
Send your email comments, questions or concerns to: PDRP@scgov.net
 

View the DRAFT PDRP

 

 

 PDRP

 

​Sarasota County has been fortunate not to have suffered the devastation of a major disaster in recent history, but there have been some close calls.

In 2004, Sarasota County just missed the tragic impacts of Hurricane Charley which had landfall to the south in Punta Gorda, destroying parts of the city and causing fatalities and injuries.

There is no reason why a hurricane or other disaster could not directly hit Sarasota County. Even without a direct hit from a major hurricane, beach erosion, which will be exacerbated by sea level rise, is a major vulnerability for the county that threatens established neighborhoods and tourism.
 
For these reasons and others, Sarasota County has taken a proactive approach to potential disaster recovery preparation by initiating a project to develop a Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan (PDRP). 
 

 Documents

 
  
  
2014 Draft PDRP Summary.pdf2014 Draft PDRP Summary
June 2014 DRAFT PDRP Actions Items.pdfJune 2014 DRAFT PDRP Actions Items
October 2014 DRAFT Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan.pdfOctober 2014 DRAFT Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan
PDRP 2014 FAQ Sheet.pdfPDRP 2014 FAQ Sheet
PDRP Interaction.pdfPDRP Interaction
PDRP Timeframe.pdfPDRP Timeframe
 

 FAQs

 
  
What is a Post-Disaster Redevelopment Plan (PDRP)?
Why has the county developed a PDRP?
Generally, what is the content of the PDRP?
If major areas of Sarasota County are impacted by disaster, will they be able to rebuild to what they were pre-disaster?
Which pre-disaster activities will be undertaken first? Are they prioritized?
How will Sarasota County pay for the pre-disaster activities described in the plan?
Don’t we already have plans in place that help us recover from disasters like hurricanes?
Where can I find a copy of the PDRP and how can I make comments?

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