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Official emergency management tweets from Broward County, Florida for residents, businesses and visitors.
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Broward County, FL Dec 15
Going to a holiday party this season. Play it safe. Go as a group with a designated driver or ride-share.
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Broward County, FL Dec 13
Plants can spruce up your holiday decorations, but keep some may be poisonous. Keep them out of reach of children or pets for .
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Broward County, FL Dec 11
Go shopping with a friend. There’s in numbers. Keep your purse or wallet contents to a minimum and take only 1 or 2 credit cards for shopping.
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Broward County, FL Dec 8
Shop during daylight hours when you can for . If you must shop at night, park near bright outside lights. The closer you park to the store, the better.
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Broward County, FL Dec 6
Make sure your home is properly lit, including doorways inside and out. Dim holiday lighting can hide trip hazards and make it hard for guests to keep safe.
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Broward County, FL Dec 4
Busy decorating the holidays? Don’t spread extension cords across the floor that could become a trip hazard. Replace candles with battery operated versions.
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Broward County, FL Dec 1
Are you taking pets with you for the holidays? Here’s some important tips to keep things less stressful.
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Broward County, FL Dec 1
Traveling with children over the holidays? Flight attendants offer some great tips to overcome those travel challenges.
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Broward County, FL Dec 1
Hurricane season is finally over! Do you have any leftover supplies in your emergency hurricane kit? Consider donating them to an organization to help those less fortunate.
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Broward County, FL Nov 29
It’s time to act! No text is worth the risk! Take the pledge today to never text and drive.
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Broward County, FL Nov 27
Need to check a text message while driving, pull off the road and park before checking your phone. Remember, red lights and stop signs are not safe places to check a phone.
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Broward County, FL Nov 22
Don’t stop being a great driver - be a great passenger! Reprimand your family and friends if you see them texting while behind the wheel.
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Broward County, FL Nov 20
Here are 5 important tips to keep your furry 4-legged friends safe at home and away from eating dangerous holiday foods.
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Broward County, FL Nov 20
There’s an app for everything! Apps are available allowing you to send auto responses to let friends know you’re driving.
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Broward County, FL Nov 17
Can’t resist checking your phone while driving? Store it in the glove compartment or on the back seat. Silence notifications that tempt you to look.
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Broward County, FL Nov 16
Here’s a new spin on the designated driver. Select a friend to be your designated texter while you’re behind the wheel.
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Broward County, FL Nov 16
If you’re traveling by plane for the holidays, review ’s security screening tips.
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Broward County, FL Nov 14
A Disaster Recovery Center is open through 11/24 to help residents & businesses fill out applications on loses. Location is Atrium West, 7771 W. Oakland Pk. Blvd. Ste. 235, Sunrise. Hours: Mon. – Sat. 9am – 7pm.
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Broward County, FL Nov 13
Make a habit of thinking about what calls or texts you need to send before you begin a trip. Program your GPS and make last minute calls before putting the car into drive. When you’re finished, put the phone away!
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Broward County, FL Nov 13
Are you digitally responsible? Everyone seems to know texting while driving is dangerous, but never when THEY do it. We have important tips to keep you safe.
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