City of Orlando Requests Input on Resilience Plan

Last updated on August 05, 2022

City of Orlando Prepares to “Bounce Forward”  

Community Input on New Resilience Plan Will Better Position Recovery After Disasters, Emergencies and Adversity

On Monday, August 8, the community is invited to a workshop to help Orlando develop a Resilience Plan to identify challenges and develop solutions to strengthen the city’s ability to overcome the potential impacts of natural disasters or manmade threats. This includes, but is not limited to, hurricanes and extreme heat; homelessness; affordable housing; access to free internet for all, and more. 

Resident feedback is an important component to this planning that will help frame future policies and programs and improve the city’s resilience to hazards, changing conditions, and socioeconomic stresses.

Residents who are unable to attend in-person Monday, can participate by filling out a public survey, at 

The Resilience Plan will also help residents know what to do, and where to go for assistance to ensure that everyone has the resources and support to “bounce back” after a disaster. 

The draft plan is expected to be complete by late Fall 2022. 
In Person: 
Monday, August 8, 2022 
6:00 p.m. 

Online: Plan 

College Park Neighborhood Center 
2393 Elizabeth Avenue 


The Resiliency Plan will help further Orlando’s Future-Ready efforts to advance opportunities for all and ensure the city is in the best possible position to take advantage of the innovative and technological advances coming in the future.  


To coordinate an interview in advance of the meeting, please contact Ashley Papagni, City of Orlando Public Information Officer at



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