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The City of Warwick Hazard Mitigation Committee is in the process of updating the 2005 Hazard Mitigation Plan.

Purpose: The purpose of the City of Warwick Hazard Mitigation Plan is to provide comprehensive guidance for hazard mitigation in the City of Warwick. This Plan has been developed to help make our homes, businesses, and communities as safe as possible against the impacts of hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, winter storms, wildfires and other natural hazards. It contains a wealth of geographic and demographic information, along with a thorough assessment of the natural hazards faced throughout the City.

Public Comment: The City of Warwick Hazard Mitigation Committee is currently accepting written comments, suggestions, and/or recommendation on the existing plan.

CLICK HERE for a PDF version of the City of Warwick Survey.

Please forward all written comments to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Comments on the existing plan are due no later than Tuesday November 30, 2010.

Disasters can strike anywhere, and often without warning. They can take on many forms - Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Tornadoes, Floods, Toxic Spills, and even Acts of Terrorism. Disasters can build gradually over days and weeks, or strike suddenly with no time to prepare.

Unfortunately every year, millions of Americans will face disasters, and the terrifying consequences that follow. Since its founding, Warwick's EMA primary mission has been to reduce the loss of life and property and to protect Warwick's infrastructure from all types of dangers through a program of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.

Primary Resources

Warwick Hazard Mitigation Plan - The purpose of this plan is to advocate the concepts of disaster resilient and sustainable communities. Warwick is committed to builiding a disaster resistant community and achieving sustainable development through the commitment of state and local government and its policy makers to mitigate hazard impacts before disaster strikes.

Weather Issues - The following information pertains to weather issues affecting the City of Warwick. From blizzards and fog to droughts and hurricanes, Warwick has seen it all.

Plan Ahead -  Review some important safety and preparation tips from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Additional Links

Warwick Police Department - The Warwick Police Department is creating a partnership with the community to provide quality policing for the protection of life and property, the investigation of crime and the maintenance of public safety.

Warwick Fire Department - The City of Warwick is serviced by eight fire stations comprised of nine engines, three ladders, four rescues, one special hazards unit, and one dive team. Over the course of the average year, Warwick's Fire Department answers over 12,000 calls.

Emergency Numbers

  • In the event of an emergency , dial 911 immediately
  • Warwick Police  -  468-4200
  • Warwick Fire  -  468-4000
  • Kent County Memorial Hospital  -  737-7000