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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Hurricane Irma’s effects were felt throughout Florida. Now it’s time to help make sure you know these numbers and apps just in case you need help or need to know about government services.

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Florida’s Emergency line: 1-800-342-3557

Florida’s Price Gouging line: 1-866-966-7226

American Red Cross: 1-800-733-2767 or get the app.

Veterans Who Need Assistance: 1-800-507-4571.

To get Traffic Information: 511 or get the Florida 511 Traveler Information App

To Report Power Outages: 1-800-468-8243  or get their app 

To Volunteer:  1-800-354-3571

To Find Gas: Get the Gas Buddy app  

To Talk To FEMA For Assistance: 1-800-621-3362 or   Get the app  

To Apply For Disaster Loans: 1-800-659-2955

To Report Disaster Fraud: 866-720-5721

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Neighbors 4 Neighbors: 305-597-4404 or click here  

To Donate & Help Irma Victims: Click Here


For information on local government services: 311 or (305) 468-5900

Miami-Dade County offers a variety of apps and alerts to stay up to date. You can sign up for Miami-Dade Emergency Alerts  that will let you know through email or texts about public safety issues, recommended public protective actions, or other emergency information. Their SAFE app lets users find open and available evacuation centers and Disaster Assistance Centers near you ahead of a major storm.

To report damage info to the county, click here. 


For local government services: 311 or (954) 831-4000

Broward residents can sign up for AccessBROWARD to receive email alerts. Officials are asking that residents follow @ReadyBroward on Twitter. You can also report damage at the county’s site. If you’re in Broward and need to protect your pet before, during and after a hurricane, click here.


In the Florida Keys, Monroe County residents can sign up for alerts or view them by clicking here or you can reach their emergency hotline at 1-800-955-5504.

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