Getting Ready for the Hurricane Season

Getting Ready for the Hurricane Season

 

Hurricane Readiness Advice from

the City of Hollywood

 

The National Weather Service has predicted an active season. Experts warn that it only takes one storm to change your life and our community.

Lets us not lower our guard, we need to prepare diligently.

The City of Hollywood advises to prepare by:

  • Determining your risk
  • Developing an evacuation plan and shelter options
  • Prepare disaster supplies & medication to be sufficient for 7 days
  • Strengthening your home
  • Establishing your emergency contact list
  • Making arrangements for special medical needs
  • Arranging for your pets

 You’ll find more information and links to help you prepare on the City’s Hurricane Preparedness webpage.

 For the latest weather advisories from the National Weather Service and National Hurricane Center, visit their trusted news source sites on the web or via their social media channels.

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center
US National Weather Service Miami Florida
www.nhc.noaa.gov

For additional information Contact:
Jaime Hernandez
Emergency and Governmental Affairs Manager
City of Hollywood

Emergency Operations Center
2741 Stirling Road
Hollywood, Florida 33312
Phone: 954.921.3053

E-mail: jahernandez@hollywoodfl.org

“Once You’re Ready, You Don’t Have to Worry.”


This notice is a courtesy of  Frank De Risi, President  of the Hollywood Beach Civic Association – HBCA  tel.: 954 547 2828


 

About Cecilio Augusto Berndsen

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