THIRA

Threat/ Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) and Stakeholder Preparedness Review (SPR) meetings have been scheduled for 2022. This process is required as a condition of grant funding but is also an opportunity for the region to identify risks and gaps to address both with and without federal funding to support our efforts. The THIRA and SPR are described in CPG 201, for reference.


For updates and information about the 2022 THIRA and SPR process, click here.


As of 30 November 2022

2022 NIMS reporting jurisdictions:

  • Austin County
  • Brazoria County
  • Chambers County
  • Colorado County
  • City of Baytown
  • City of Columbus
  • City of Eagle Lake
  • City of Friendswood
  • City of Houston
  • City of La Porte
  • City of League City
  • City of Missouri City
  • City of Pasadena
  • City of Seabrook
  • City of Sugar Land
  • City of Tomball
  • City of Webster
  • City of Weimar
  • Fort Bend County
  • Galveston County
  • Harris County
  • Liberty County
  • Montgomery County
  • Walker County
  • Waller County

2022 CPG-101 reporting jurisdictions:

  • Austin County
  • Brazoria County
  • Chambers County
  • Colorado County
  • City of Baytown
  • City of Columbus
  • City of Eagle Lake
  • City of Friendswood
  • City of Houston
  • City of La Porte
  • City of League City
  • City of Pasadena
  • City of Seabrook
  • City of Sugar Land
  • City of Webster
  • City of Weimar
  • Fort Bend County
  • Galveston County
  • Harris County
  • Liberty County
  • Montgomery County
  • Walker County
  • Waller County

2022 THIRA and SPR participating jurisdictions and agencies:*

  • Austin County
  • Brazoria County
  • Chambers County
  • Colorado County
  • City of Friendswood
  • City of Houston
  • City of League City
  • City of Pasadena
  • City of Pearland
  • City of Webster
  • Fort Bend County
  • Galveston County
  • H-GAC
  • Harris County
  • Harris County Department of Education
  • Houston METRO
  • Liberty County
  • Montgomery County
  • Port of Houston
  • SETRAC
  • Walker County

2022 THIRA committee participation rate (100% of meetings completed)

  • Executive committee (100%)
  • Urban Area Working Group (N/A)
  • Community Preparedness (100%)
  • Fire (100%)
  • Health and Medical (59%)
  • Interoperable Communication (88%)
  • Intelligence and Information Sharing (78%)
  • Law Enforcement (100%)
  • Regional Collaboration (92%)
  • Risk Management and Critical Infrastructure (89%)

*These jurisdictions/ agencies met their individual agency or jurisdictional participation requirement, however the committee requirement for voting member participation may not have been met. Committee chairs will communicate additional outstanding participation requirements with their voting members.