PAST PLANNING PROJECTS

 
 
 
 
 
Community Comprehensive Plans

 

2014 - Leawood Comprehensive Plan

Village of Leawood  Comprehensive Plan - Final Leawood Comprehensive Plan

 

2013 - Saginaw Comprehensive Plan

 

City of Saginaw Comprehensive Plan - Saginaw Final Comprehensive Plan

 

 

2012 - Carterville Comprehensive Plan

 

The Comprehensive Plan for Carterville has been completed. To view the document, please click here.  

 

 

2011 - CARL Junction Comprehensive Plan

 

The Comprehensive Plan for Carl Junction has been updated. To view the document, please click here

 

 

2010 - Airport Drive Comprehensive Plan

 

The Comprehensive Plan for Airport Drive has been completed. To view the document, please click here.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

County Hazard Mitigation Plans

 

BARTON COUNTY

 

The 2013 Barton County Mitigation Plan was written to replace the 2005 version. Below is the current December 2013 approved plan for Barton County, Missouri. 

 

2013 Hazard Mitigation Plan

 

The 2005 Barton Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is to be reviewed in compliance with FEMA standards required by Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), P.L. 106-390. As the update process begins to progress, the Hazard Mitigation Committee will be responsible for approving updates. The revision process will ensure that the Barton County Hazard Mitigation Plan remains a dynamic tool for the County as well as relevant to the immediate environment.The Barton County Hazard Mitigation Stake holders determined that the implementation process should be coordinated within a nascent organization called the Harry S  Truman Coordinating Council (HSTCC )Area Hazard Mitigation Committee (which will consist of County Commissioners, County Emergency Management Director, municipal public officials, fire protection, law enforcement, emergency, and public health officials).

 

2005 - Part 1     2005 - Part 2

 

This Committee will convene to move through this plan so to implement and initiate the Hazard Mitigation Plans actions and coordinate all the grants through SEMA by recommending which projects warrant priority based upon the analysis of this Plan and their participation there within.

 

JASPER COUNTY

 

The 2011 Jasper Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan has been reviewed in compliance with FEMA standards required by Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), P.L. 106-390.The Jasper County Hazard Mitigation Stake holders determined that the implementation process should be coordinated within a nascent organization called the Harry S.  Truman Coordinating Council (HSTCC )Area Hazard Mitigation Committee (which will consist of County Commissioners, County Emergency Management Director, municipal public officials, fire protection, law enforcement, emergency, and public health officials).

 

2011 - Part 1     2011 - Part 2     2011 - Part 3     2011 - Part 4     2011 - Part 5     2011 - Part 6     2011 - Part 7     2011 - Part 8

 

This Committee will convene to move through this plan so to implement and initiate the Hazard Mitigation Plan’s actions and coordinate all the grants through SEMA by recommending which projects warrant priority based upon the analysis of this Plan and their participation there within.



This process has been completed for this update period. Yearly, a meeting will be convened to review the plan.

 

2013 Update

 

McDONALD COUNTY

 

The 2011 McDonald Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan has been reviewed in compliance with FEMA standards required by Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), P.L. 106-390.

 

2011 - Part 1     2011 - Part 2     2011 - Part 3     2011 - Part 4     2011 - Part 5     2011 - Part 6

 

The McDonald County Hazard Mitigation academically  diverse group for greater input to ensure quality of the Plan. Stake holders determined that the implementation process should be coordinated within a nascent organization called the Harry S.  Truman Coordinating Council (HSTCC )Area Hazard Mitigation Committee (which will consist of County Commissioners, County Emergency Management Director, municipal public officials, fire protection, law enforcement, emergency, and public health officials). This is geographically and



This process has been completed for this update period. Yearly, a meeting will be convened to review the plan.

 

2013 Update

 

NEWTON COUNTY

 

The 2011 Newton Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan has been reviewed in compliance with FEMA standards required by Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (DMA 2000), P.L. 106-390.The Newton County Hazard Mitigation Stakeholders determined that the implementation process should be coordinated within a nascent organization called the Harry S Truman Coordinating Council (HSTCC) Area Hazard Mitigation Committee (which will consist of County Commissioners, County Emergency Management Directors, municipal public officials, fire protection, law enforcement, emergency, and public health officials).This committee will convene to move through the plan so to implement and initiate the Hazard Mitigation Plan's actions and coordinate all the grants through SEMA by recommending which projects warrant priority based upon the analysis of this Plan and their participation there within.

 

2011 - Part 1     2011 - Part 2     2011 - Part 3     2011 - Part 4     2011 - Part 5

 

This process has been completed for this update period. Yearly, a meeting will be convened to review the plan.

 

2012 Update

 

ELECTRIC CO-OPS

 

The Electric Cooperatives have joined together to produce a Statewide Hazard Mitigation Plan. The Plan has been approved pending adoption.



In 2010, The Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives decided to put together a state-wide plan for all rural electric coops. As a part of that plan, Barton County, New-Mac and KAMO are teaming with the Harry S Truman Coordinating Council to produce their individual chapter's plans. Each must also decide their own actions and mitigation strategy.

 

Barton Electric Plan     New-Mac Electric Plan     KAMO Electric Plan

 

Other Planning Documents 2014 - Joint Land Use Study

 

This project was funded through grant from: The Missouri Department of Economic DevelopmentCommunity Development Block Grant Program.at

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HSTCC CDBG Land Use Part 1

HSTCC CDBG Land Use Part 2

 

 

Additional Planning Documents:

APA Missouri Strategic Plan 2015

2014 Great Places in Missouri

Plan4Health Announcment - STL

 
 
 
 
 

Harry S Truman Coordinating Council

800 East Pennell

Carl Junction, MO 64834

T: (417) 649-6400

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