There is evidence that exposure to PFAS can lead to adverse human health effects. Learn more here.
Through a permitting system, zoning is used to prevent unauthorized nonconforming use or
new development, which harms existing residents or businesses
Manage your community’s risk by ensuring that you have properly designed bike lanes. From conditions to marking, this details need-to-know bike lane information.
Public entities must manage risk of loss through transfer. This can and should be done whenever possible for increased protection. Here, we outline how.
Most organizations experience some sort of crisis about once every two years, which is why proactive crisis planning is essential. Use this tool to get started.
Field trips provide wonderful educational experiences for students, but can place schools at risk. These tips will help you put plans into place to ensure increased field trip safety.
Hosting a fair, carnival or festival or thinking about having a bounce house or inflatable ride? Keep this product safety commission guidance nearby.
A significant occurrence is one that could generate a claim. Better prepare by using these tips on investigating and reporting.
Could you have liquor liability exposures? Find out, and learn what to do to better protect your public entity with this resource.
It’s important for public entities to have written contracts in place whenever working with third parties. Get tips for preparing and managing contracts here.
If your municipality is suffering from sewer clogs and back up problems, use this sample letter to help keep customers notified and aware of how to best prevent future issues.
Sewer authorities regularly respond to sewer backup complaints. To help reduce the potential for sewer back-ups at your customer’s property, use this tool.
Need to notify your utility customers about the importance of having meter access for readings? Get ideas from this sample utility meter access notice.
If a business or home has water turned off for some time, there are many risks when turning that water back on. Here are tips to help protect your property when doing so.