Canada, for one, has a low risk for natural disasters along with Emerson, St. Louis. If you look at the map in the link below, you will get a better visual representation. The areas in grey have the lowest natural disaster occurrence and in general, the areas in the middle United States have low risks.
The map cited in the other answer addresses earthquakes only. The people of Kansas (and elsewhere) would probably argue that tornadoes are pretty serious natural disasters, as would those living in the Gulf Coast area regarding hurricanes. Minnesota experiences debilitating blizzards; floods and landslides can occur in many locations.
There is no simple answer to defining regions that are the least risk for natural disasters, since they come in so many forms.
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