Coast District Seeks Public Input Into
Hazard Mitigation Plan
For Immediate Release: December 1, 2020

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The Coast Community College District is seeking public input as an early step in revising the districtwide Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan. From pandemic to fires and earthquakes, those wishing to provide comment on issues that the District should consider are invited to contact Kris Cutting with Campus Public Safety at Orange Coast College ( and 714.714.7448).

The renewed planning is supported by a $125,000 Hazard Mitigation Planning Grant from federal disaster funds managed by the state. The plan will provide an opportunity to better understand the threats from natural and human-caused hazards and act to mitigate these threats.

CONTACT: Erik Fallis
Director, Public Affairs and Marketing
(714) 438-4605 |


The Coast Community College District is located in Orange County and is among the largest districts in the United States. The District's three colleges – Coastline College, Golden West College, and Orange Coast College – provide traditional degree and transfer opportunities, career and technical training, basic skills, English as a Second Language, and other community programs. Thanks to the Measure M community bond funding approved by voters in 2012, the Coast Colleges are in the midst of a $698 million revitalization of educational and student support infrastructure.

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