Plan what you will do in the event of an emergency.
Browse through information on basic emergency kits, evacuation kits, and go-bags.
A car or truck kit should be packed with items that are immediately useful in an emergency situation, whether it is to keep a person safe or to help make minor fixes that are necessary to get the vehicle temporarily back on the road.
Residents should obtain Re-Entry stickers well before a storm to enable a smoother return to the Keys after an evacuation.
View where to turn to for reliable, up-to-date emergency information is the key to making it through a disaster.
Browse through evacuation information so that you can prepare in case of an emergency.
Check out information on preparing for hurricanes, floods, wildfires, storms, and diseases.
Information about shelter locations, what to bring to a shelter, and bringing pets to the shelter.
Information about assistance available to people with special needs in time of emergency and how to register for these services.
Everyone in the family can help prepare for disasters and emergencies! FEMA updated their website to include resources for and about children and youth. Create an emergency kit and family communications plan, watch a webinar, play games, find activities, and much more.
Information about forming an emergency plan for your pet, shelters that accept pets and what to bring to a shelter for your pet.