By Gary Lloyd
TRUSSVILLE — The city of Trussville is conducting a hazard mitigation survey in conjunction with the Jefferson County Emergency Management Agency.
On Thursday, April 16 at 6 p.m., a public meeting will be held at the Trussville Civic Center for residents to express concerns about future weather events, manmade disasters, natural disasters and response capabilities.
Trussville Mayor Gene Melton, Trussville Fire Chief Russell Ledbetter and possibly some Trussville City Council members will attend the meeting.
The hazard mitigation survey is available at the Trussville Civic Center, Trussville City Hall, the Trussville Senior Activity Center and the Trussville Public Library. It’s also available at www.trussvillefire.com.
The survey poses questions about what disasters have affected your home or neighborhood in the last five years, what emergencies residents are concerned about, what disasters residents believe are most likely to happen, emergency plans and more.
For more information, call the Trussville Fire Department at 205-655-1152 or email email@example.com.
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