One of the primary tasks of the State Resiliency Office is to provide education and outreach concerning flood awareness, disaster preparedness and recovery. Flood Resilience Week provides a great opportunity for residents to learn how to make their homes, businesses, and communities more resilient to flooding.
Representatives from various organizations will gather together in the Upper Rotunda of the State Capitol in Charleston for Flood Resiliency Day at the Legislature on February 14, 2024, to promote resiliency and share resources with the public and the legislature.
Flood preparedness is the responsibilty of every citizen. West Virginians are urged to make resiliency a priority in their household and community. If we work together, as a team, we can help to assure that communities are better prepared for floods and other disasters.