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To help you and your family prepare before disaster strikes, check out preparation guides, evacuation plans, supplies kits and helpful links.

Get a plan together
Get the supplies you need
Find resources for special needs

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Receive real-time updates, track the storm’s path and stay safe with these helpful storm-tracking apps and links.

Track the weather in your area
Listen to radio weather reports
Download weather radar (AppleGoogle Play)

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Use these tools to track outage notifications, safety warnings and alerts on restoration/recovery status in your area.

Report an outage or check status
Track restoration
Receive alerts from local agencies

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Know how to locate family and friends, notify them of your safety, find open shelters, seek help and discover what’s available in your community after a disaster.

Stay connected with family and friends
View real-time traffic and road information
Download emergency notification app

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Maintain access to real-time maps of incidents and discover what’s available in your community after a disaster, such as open gas stations, restaurants, pet services, etc.

Contact the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Find Open Shelters

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Check out the tools below available to help you, your family and your community get back to normal as quickly as possible.

Get assistance
Volunteer to help restore your community
Get answers about insurance claims

Helpful Numbers and Links

Here’s a list of third-party websites and phone numbers to help you develop your emergency plan, track the path of a hurricane, get emergency assistance and more.

Electrical needs

  • Report a power outage online or by calling 1-800-4-OUTAGE (1-800-468-8243)
  • Report a downed power line by calling 1-800-4-OUTAGE (1-800-468-8243)
  • Call 911 to report hazardous conditions

Emergency numbers and websites

  • Call 911 for immediate police, fire or rescue
  • Call 211 for non-emergency aid
  • Florida traffic reports
  • Call *FHP from a cell phone to hear highway patrol road emergencies

Disaster aid

Insurance assistance information