This link will provide you things to consider during hurricane season.
Children add a whole new element to preparing for and riding out a storm. Here are some tips for keeping your youngest family members safe and entertained if a storm hits: Before the storm Let kids help to shutter your home. Children should not handle hurricane panels, but they can hold tools and…
Emergency managers advise most people to just hunker down at home when a hurricane threatens, but what about cars and boats? Motor vehicles: If you have a garage or carport, keep your vehicle inside. Reinforce the garage door with 2×4 lumber, aluminum beams, or other hardware designed for hurricanes….
To keep your pet safe in a hurricane, you have the following options: keep the animal inside if you stay home; bring it along if you evacuate; leave it with someone trustworthy or board it at a reputable kennel. If you plan to stay at a pet-friendly shelter, make sure to pre-register well ahead…
A hurricane shelter is the place to go if you can’t stay at home or with a relative or friend. They are set up in schools or other large solidly constructed buildings, but their locations can change from year to year. We mapped out all this year’s shelters in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade…
A hurricane shelter is the place to go if you can’t stay at home or with a relative or friend. They are set up in schools or other large solidly constructed buildings, but their locations can change from year to year. The Red Cross runs public shelters, but medical care will not be available….
After a big storm, expect utilities and services to be disrupted. Here’s what you need to know about your power, garbage and phone service. Electricity Right after a storm, Florida Power & Light Co. will know where outages are. Call only if you need to report an emergency such as a downed power.
Things are dangerous when a hurricane is blowing through – but a storm’s aftermath often causes more deaths than the storm itself. The reason? The cleanup. Hazards abound, including the potential for thinking we’re all in the clear when we’re not. So here’s a primer on how to stay safe when checking…
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