Hurricane Watch & Warning &: Know The Difference

It only takes one hurricane to change your life and your community. Hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30.  There are many steps people should do to prepare for a hurricane.  The most basic is understanding the difference between a hurricane watch and a hurricane warning.

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FEMA App

One thing you can do to make you and your family more prepared is to download the FEMA app: it’s preparedness at your fingertips.

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Don't Wait! Communicate!

Nearly 70 million children are in school or childcare each workday.  They are strong and resilient in the face of disasters, often adapting to stresses that weaken most adults, and yet they are also incredibly vulnerable. Make a family plan to know how to reunite during an emergency.