Hazard Mitigation Plan


The purpose of the Camden County Multi‐Hazard Mitigation Plan is to create a safer community for Camden County residents by reducing or eliminating the long‐term risk to human life,  property, and environmental degradation from hazards. This purpose will be accomplished by creating a planning document that becomes the foundation for emergency management  planning, training, and preparedness, and by identifying those hazard mitigation projects that  will reduce the impact of future hazard events. 

The 2021 Camden County, Georgia Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (PDF) is the most recently completed Hazard Mitigation Plan. 

  1. Camden County Rescinds Island Evacuation

    Camden County was fortunate to receive less than the forecasted, potential impacts from Hurricane Idalia. At this time, Camden County is no longer under any watches, warnings, or advisories. The evacuation for Zone A has been rescinded. Read on...
  2. County Issues State of Emergency and Island Evacuation

    Chairman Ben Casey signed a State of Emergency for Camden County. Additionally, an evacuation has been ordered for Zone A, which consists of Cumberland Island and Little Cumberland Island. Read on...
  3. Public Notice: Government Offices & Schools Closed Wednesday

    Officials from the Camden County Board of Commissioners and the Cities of Kingsland, St. Marys, and Woodbine, along with Camden County Schools, jointly agreed to close all local government offices and schools Wednesday, August 30, 2023. Read on...
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