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NAI How-to Guide for Planning

Contributor(s): Association of State Floodplain Managers
Material type: TextTextSeries: No Adverse Impact: Publisher: Madison Association of State Floodplain Managers 2014Description: iii, 85 pages illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceOther title: No Adverse Impact Planning How-to GuideSubject(s): No Adverse ImpactOnline resources: Online access available through ASFPM digital library
Incomplete contents:
Introduction -- Who Should Use this Guide? -- Common Terminology used throughout this Guide -- Section One: The NAI Approach to Floodplain Management -- The No Adverse Impact Approach -- Section Two: Planning & Floodplain Management -- Types of Plans -- Eight Factors for Effective Planning -- Section Three: Planning Tools -- Tool 1: Comprehensive Planning -- Tool 2: Hazard Mitigation Planning -- Tool 3. Post-Disaster Planning -- Tool 4. Risk Assessment -- Tool 5. Public Involvement -- Section Four: Case Studies & Good Examples of Communities Implementing NAI Planning Tools -- Plans for the Riverfront: Davenport, IA -- Plans for Future Flood Risk: Lewes,DE -- Pre-Disaster Plan for Post- Disaster Redevelopment: Hillsborough County, FL -- Post-Disaster Hazard Mitigation Plan: Conway, SC -- Working with Allies in Contra Costa County, CA -- Examples of coordinated plans -- Section Five: Resources & Fact Sheet
Summary: A guide to help planners make their communities become more resilient and sustainable using NAI approaches, and to advise floodplain managers how the planning tools can help their work.
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Introduction -- Who Should Use this Guide? -- Common Terminology used throughout this Guide -- Section One: The NAI
Approach to Floodplain Management -- The No Adverse Impact
Approach -- Section Two: Planning & Floodplain Management -- Types of Plans -- Eight Factors for Effective Planning -- Section Three: Planning Tools -- Tool 1: Comprehensive Planning -- Tool 2: Hazard Mitigation Planning -- Tool 3. Post-Disaster Planning -- Tool 4. Risk Assessment -- Tool 5. Public Involvement -- Section Four: Case Studies & Good Examples of Communities Implementing NAI Planning Tools -- Plans for the Riverfront:
Davenport, IA -- Plans for Future Flood Risk: Lewes,DE -- Pre-Disaster Plan for Post- Disaster Redevelopment: Hillsborough County, FL -- Post-Disaster Hazard
Mitigation Plan: Conway, SC -- Working with Allies in Contra
Costa County, CA -- Examples of coordinated plans -- Section Five: Resources & Fact Sheet

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A guide to help planners make their communities become more resilient and sustainable using NAI approaches, and to advise floodplain managers how the planning tools can help their work.

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