Pre-Disaster Recovery Plan Summit Registration

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A Pre-Disaster Recovery (PDRP) Summit for county government and community leaders will be held on Friday, Sept. 16, from 8:00 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax. 

The draft Pre-Disaster Recovery Plan (PDRP) will be available for public review this fall.  The summit will allow leaders of county agencies, community organizations and local area chambers of commerce to learn and discuss Fairfax County’s proposed organization and communication strategy after a major man-made or natural disaster.

For more information about the summit or the PDRP program, contact Amanda Phan in the Office of Emergency Management at 571-350-1000, TTY 711.

Reigstraion for the summit is CLOSED. The summit is full and no additional reservations can be made.

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Session Registration

Please indicate which sessions you will be attending:

Morning Session 8 a.m. to noon:

  • Opening Remarks, Mr. Anthony Griffin, Fairfax County Executive
  • Keynote Speaker,  Oliver Davidson, U.S. Chamber of Commerce- Business Civic Leadership Center
  • Plenary Session:  Disaster Recovery 101: Pre-Planning + Disaster Recovery = Community Resilience
    • Break-out Session #1: Draft Pre-Disaster Recovery Plan Facilitated Discussion
    • Break-out Session #2: Long-Term Recovery Issues

Lunch (Will be provided.)

Afternoon Session 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.:

  • Afternoon Plenary Session: Public Private Partnership
  • Break-out Session #3: Long-Term Recovery Issues
  • Closing Remarks, Sharon Bulova, Fairfax County Board Chairman
  • Special Recognition, Raffle Prizes

Additional Information

Which long-term disaster recovery topics are you interested in learning about? (Choose two.)

Long-Term Community Revitalization (How will the community rebuilding and revitalizing the community post-disaster)

Intermediate and Long-term Housing (Where will residents live while homes are being rebuilt?)

Economic Recovery (How will businesses reopen, employment issues be addressed and supply chains be restored?)

Damage to Infrastructure (How will debris be removed; utilities be repaired; roads and bridges and buildings be rebuilt? In what priority order?)

Community Services (How will health, mental health, and social issues be addressed?  How can the nonprofit sector provide support?)


Space is very limited for this event.  Notification will be sent within five business days confirming or disapproving your attendance. 


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