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<br />structural methods. <br />- <br />Management Organization (HWMO), Wildfire <br />WildFire <br />Reduce developments in identified high risk hazard areas. Discourage infrastructure investments in high risk hazard areas and incentivize infrastructure expenditures outside high risk <br /> hazard areas. Incorporate hazard mitigation strategies into policies and planning decisions and use the most conservative models in defining hazard areas. <br />shall be shown on the Future Land Use Map. the new studies and to provide a watershed perspective in managing floods using both structural and non Utilize Hawaii Community Hazard Assessment/ <br /> Hazard Mapping and Wildland/Urban Risk Assessment in its process of determining Fire Hazards and Risk to guide appropriate areas for development. <br />State Building Code no later than two <br />conforming) in high risk hazard areas. <br />- <br />County building code shall be updated to maintain <br />Hawaii County shall review and evaluate floor elevation requirements, as necessary, for all new construction in vulnerable areas. Require the consolidation of contiguous parcels that <br /> do not conform to current code (non consistency with the years after adoption of the Hawaii State Building Codes. <br />Natural resources that provide buffers from hazards are protected and conserved, including aquifers, watersheds, streams, coastal waters, forest and coastal ecosystems, lava tubes, <br /> and rare and endangered native species and habitats. Prioritize drainage and flood studies for high risk urban areas within the Urban Growth Area. Coastal High Hazard Area is the <br /> area including tsunami inundation, sea level rise and special flood hazard areas. The Coastal High Hazard Area <br />Codes & Regulations <br />Mitigation Planning <br />Mitigating and Adapting to Hazards & Climate Change <br />Risks <br />hĬƆĻĭƷźǝĻʹ are lowered using mitigation strategies <br /> <br />