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Historical Hurricane Data
Are you prepared?
hurricane season to-do list
The hurricane season is June through November.
This guide will help you prepare...
If you live in a sound structure outside the
evacuation area and do not live in a mobile home...
you must evacuate
Stay tuned to your local radio and television
station for emergency broadcasts. If ordered to evacuate...
for older adults
In Florida, we are particularly vulnerable to
severe weather such as hurricanes, and seniors are especially...
Store at least a two-week supply of water for
Have at least a three-day supply of nonperishable
food on hand. Focus on high-nutrition foods...
Here are the most important items for your
disaster supplies kit. Stock up today and store...
the storm approaches
Listen for weather updates on local stations and
on NOAA weather radio. Don't trust rumors...
Take action early - don't wait until a hurricane
warning is declared. The storm's...
on how to protect your home
There are some specific actions you should take
to make your home safer. To make some of these improvements...
steps to protect your pets
Pet owners are responsible for hurricane planning
for their pet...
The hurricane can combine storm surge, powerful
you should take after the storm passes
After a disaster, you may be without power,
water, food or any of the services and businesses we rely on.
leave pets behind to face storm alone
Pets need to be included in your hurricane plans.
This is especially important because you will not be able to...
will require some special preparations
Horse lovers have to do some real planning...
in Hernando County
West Hernando Middle School (Shelter for people
with special needs only)..
numbers for Hernando County
Hernando County Emergency Management Public
Information Center: 754-4083