Important Global Message
The Miami-Dade County Emergency Operations Center has been activated and is closely monitoring Erika. For any updates about County facilities and services, please visit: http://www.miamidade.gov/emergency
Miami-Dade County is faced with many different kinds of threats every day. It is important for you to be prepared.
Consumer Survival Kit
Preparing for hurricane season doesn't have to be a stressful experience. Below you will find links to lists of retail stores and gas stations that can operate during a loss of power; tips for saving money while you prepare for the storm; and measures to protect yourself against consumer fraud.
Emergency Supply Kit
Check out these tips for making your emergency supply kit.
Family Emergency Plan
Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so it is important to prepare a family emergency plan that will help you respond to any emergency situation.
Recovering from a Disaster
General guidelines to assist when recovering from a disaster including safety precautions when returning home, inspecting damage, gas leaks, electrical damage and downed power lines.
During an emergency, an emergency alert might require the public to shelter-in-place—that is, to take refuge indoors. Sheltering-in-place offers immediate protection for a short time in your home or other building. Under many circumstances, sheltering-in-place is the best way to protect yourself from a hazard and is a safer alternative than evacuation.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Mon Jul 11, 2016 3:28:58 PM
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