Yolo County officials are updating their emergency plans and they'd like you to make sure they haven't missed anything.
The county's Hazard Mitigation Plan is updated every five years to access federal money for projects that could lessen the impact of a potential disaster.
Yolo County's Dana Carey says officials are accepting citizen input through an online survey and at a public meeting, which will be held December 15th at the Davis City Hall.
"We really try to look at every single hazard that could happen, how to prepare for it and make sure we have good warning systems," explains Carey.
The plan, developed by officials from the county, its four cities, housing department and the Yocha Dehe Wintum Nation, includes potential natural, man-made and technological hazards.