Hurricane Season: Information, Links & Need-to-Know! Updated for 2023
Updated: Sep 2
Know where to turn to for reliable, up-to-date emergency information.
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With hurricane season underway, it is important that you and your family are prepared in the case a storm invades your area. The City of Palm Beach Gardens has prepared a number of useful resources to educate its residents, as well as equip our staff in the event a hurricane forms. Watch our video to hear an important message from Emergency Management Director David Reyes for more information regarding the storm potential for this hurricane season.
Reliable sources of information:
FPL - Be sure to visit the Storm Center for up-to-date information, get the latest outage information with Power Tracker and the FPL Mobile App. Check the Government Portal for detailed information about your area, including: outages by county; critical infrastructure facilities affected; transformer outage maps; and other resources.
Hurricane season June 1 -November 30
In the event of a storm, you may have to evacuate your home and travel to a safer location.
To find out your evacuation zone,
Evacuation route information: 850-414-4100
Florida’s Turnpike: www.floridasturnpike.com
Florida Department of Transportation free call '511' for travel information and roadway conditions, including road and bridge closures, toll suspensions and major evacuation routes. www.FL511.com.
Recommended Phone Applications:
American Red Cross Hurricane Android I iPhone American Red Cross Flood Android I iPhone Florida 511 iPhone I Android FEMA Android I iPhone Palm Beach County Disaster Assessment and Recovery (PBC DART) Android I iPhone Miami-Dade 311 Direct iPhone I Android Miami-Dade Damage Assessment (Snapshot) Android Miami-Dade Transit Watch iPhone 211 South Florida iPhone I Android Life 360 Family locator Android I iPhone My Radar Android I iPhone NOAA Weather Radio Android I iPhone ASPCA Mobile App Android I iPhone ICEBlueButton Android I iPhone Reunite Android I iPhone My MedList iPhone Floodwatch iPhone Monster Guard for Kids Android I iPhone Finding Rover Android I iPhone
Social Media Pages to Follow:
Palm Beach County Emergency Management: Facebook I Twitter Broward County Emergency Management: Facebook I Twitter Miami-Dade County Emergency Management: Facebook I Twitter Florida Division of Emergency Management: Facebook I Twitter Florida Department of Health: Facebook I Twitter US National Weather Service Miami: Facebook I Twitter
Other Sites of Interest: