Each year hurricane season begins on June 1st and lasts 5 months. We have prepared a convenient directory of web links to help you and your community association prepare and stay up-to-date with the latest events and news. We have also written articles specifically for what community associations need to do, which is different than a homeowner and the general public. If you are responsible in any way for your community as a board member, manager, staff, or committee person, you need to know what your obligations are now, rather than in a hurried fashion when a storm is approaching. As with every hurricane season regardless of forecast, knowing the essentials of how to prepare could truly be a life-saver.
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Hurricane Prep Links
Each year hurricane season begins on June 1st and lasts 5 months, with storms typically peaking in August and September. As with every hurricane season regardless of forecast, knowing the essentials of how to prepare could truly be a life saver.
Two keys to weather safety are to prepare for the risks and to act on those preparations when alerted by emergency officials. These are essential pieces to the Weather-Ready Nation.
The mission of NOAA’s Hurricane Research Division (HRD) is to advance the understanding and prediction of hurricanes and other tropical weather. HRD’s research is based on a combination of computer models, theories, and observations, with emphasis on data obtained with research aircraft
This digital toolkit contains social media posts and links to graphics/videos hurricane preparedness and improve clear actionable information for individual and community preparedness.
Hurricanes are strong storms that can be life-threatening as well as cause serious hazards such as flooding, storm surge, high winds and tornadoes. Learn what to do to keep your loved ones safe!
It’s easy to take things like electricity, Wi-Fi and cell service for granted — until a hurricane blows through and knocks out these modern conveniences, sometimes for days at a time.
Things you can do to get ready to minimize health or environmental dangers or expected problems. Safety with generators, flooding, mold cleanup, managing debris, and more, for homes, schools, and facilities
When a storm threatens, what should you do? Hurricane preparedness is merely a matter of planning ahead. Hurricane threats come in many forms, including storm surge, high winds, tornadoes, and flooding.