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The Disaster Debris Management Plan exists to:

  1. Provide a centralized repository of information critical to kicking-off and operating a disaster debris management program (including location of debris staging sites, zone maps, road lists, and pre-positioned contracts, etc.);
  2. Outline the various local government officials and other stakeholders involved in the debris management process and the key areas of responsibility for each
  3. Educate local government officials and other stakeholders on the general scope of debris removal activities;
  4. Identify important rules, regulations, and guidelines enacted by FEMA, MEMA and other agencies governing the disaster debris removal process;
  5. Enable a faster recovery process while ensuring cost effectiveness;
  6. Identify key steps (in the form of checklists and an operational plan) that Franklin County towns will need to take prior to and during a disaster event; and
  7. Identify critical issues that need to be addressed in order to improve Franklin County’s response to a disaster debris-generating event.

Franklin Co Disaster Debris Management Plan (PDF, 10.5 MB)

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