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Latest Miami Hurricane Preps
The Keys are the most hurricane prone area of the United States with some 600 miles of coastline. Most of the Keys are no more than 4 to 7 feet above sea level. This means the Keys are especially vulnerable to storm surge flooding.
Blue and White decals displayed outside of local stores in Broward County helps residents identify businesses that have their own power source, and are likely to be open for business after a hurricane has passed. […]
Hurricanes can be stressful on everyone, especially your pets. But if you plan ahead, it will lighten your load.
When an evacuation order is given, there may be some confusion about what to do. CBS4 has tips on how to protect everything from your pets to your home.
Miami-Dade offers information about shelters and evacuation routes.
Hurricane season will officially arrive on June 1 and that means it’s time to have your hurricane supplies ready and there are ways to keep you and your bank account fully supplied.
Broward County has designated 14 hurricane shelter locations and a pet-friendly shelter for residents in evacuation zones.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors became a hallmark of the recovery from Hurricane Andrew.