CREATE Resilience – Community Mapping

The CREATE Resilience project has been working to identify ways to improve resilience to natural hazards in the Easton, Bangor and Wilson communities. Your participation in this poll will help your community to identify important resources that may be used to improve resilience to natural hazards. This poll will also serve to identify needs that may be addressed to solve problems and improve community life.

Community Survey & Mapping Project

Part 1
  • Part 1

    Please fill in the brief survey below.
  • Your community can be defined by a city, town, group of people, ethnic group, professional group, church group, etc.
  • Please list any websites, Facebook pages, or other media that you depend on to find out the most current information for what is happening in your community. You can use the plus icon to add more to your list.
     
  • Are there any community services that you have relied on or taken advantage of on a daily basis? Public transportation, childhood education center, food pantries, community organizations are examples of community services. Please list your answers. You can use the plus icon to add more to your list.
     
  • Are there any community services that you have relied on during a time of crisis? Flooding, electrical outages, fire, storms and ill health are examples of crises. Please list your answers. You can use the plus icon to add more to your list.
     
  • Part 2

    We would like your help in identifying hazards, needs and assets in your neighborhood and community. Please click the link below which will open up a new tab for Part 2. Please return to this page when you are finished with the map to complete part 3 and submit the form. Your submission will not be complete until you hit submit below.
  • Click here to go to the map
  • Part 3

    From the items below, please choose the five that you feel would be most needed in your community to adapt and respond to environmental hazards.