Be Prepared for Hurricane Season

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Hurricane Resources

Don’t leave Covid-19 out of storm plans

Former director of the National Hurricane Center Max Mayfield reminds Floridians that this year’s hurricane season requires dual preparation – for both storms and Covid-19. For example, your family plan ...
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Evacuation Plans

Knowing your evacuation routes and zones in case of an emergency situation is an important component in staying safe and prepared during hurricane season. Finding means of transportation can become ...
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Emergency Preparation Plans

For Florida residents, it's never too early to begin preparing for hurricane season. Emergency weather situations approach rapidly and many times with little warning. That's why being prepared all year ...
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Weather & Emergency Alerts

As hurricane season approaches, being actively prepared for emergency weather situations is key to safety here in South Florida. Down power lines and loss of power are some of the ...
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Sign up early for special needs shelters in SWFL

Residents of Lee County who believe they may need accommodation in the special needs shelter should register now, here. Signing up does not obligate a person to evacuate to this ...
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Where to register for emergency alerts and find shelters in Lee and Collier counties

Technology has been ramped up for this 2020 hurricane season in Lee and Collier counties. For the latest information in a weather emergency, Lee County residents can use LeePrepares mobile ...
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Children’s safety is reason for WGCU’s Meet the Helpers

Meet the Helpers is a public media initiative devised to introduce children to community helpers and practice emergency preparedness. The program is designed for use in homes, classrooms and for ...
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