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Official emergency management tweets from Broward County, Florida for residents, businesses and visitors.
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Broward County, FL Mar 2
: Plan the best place to shelter in your home or away. Here’s a list of Broward County Emergency Shelters:
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Broward County, FL Feb 18
Fire Safety Tip: Using a space heater during cold temps? Keep flammable items 3 feet away from heaters. Turn them off before leaving a room.
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Broward County, FL Feb 18
Animal Care & Adoption Division reminds pet owners to keep pets inside during the upcoming cold front.
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Broward County, FL Feb 18
A multi-day cold weather emergency advisory has been issued. Cold night shelters will be open for the homeless.
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Broward County, FL Feb 13
Broward County issues a Cold Weather Advisory. Special cold night shelters will be open for the homeless.
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Broward County, FL Feb 13
Interested in weather? Sign-up for free SKYWARN Storm Spotter training conducted in Broward on Sat., Feb. 21.
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Broward County, FL Feb 11
: Store enough water on hand to last 3 days during an emergency. 3 gallons per person. Here’s how:
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Broward County, FL Feb 6
: Florida’s wildfire season is underway. Learn how to protect your home & family from dangerous wildfires.
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Broward County, FL Feb 5
: Florida is vulnerable to flooding. In flood prone areas, keep materials such as sandbags, shovels, plastic bags & sheeting on hand.
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Broward County, FL Feb 4
: Tornadoes are year-round in Florida. Know what to do if a tornado is nearby. It may help save your life.
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Broward County, FL Feb 3
: Rip currents can be a danger to beach goers. Swim parallel to shore to get out of rip current. More…
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Broward County, FL Feb 2
: Lightning can travel 10 miles from a thunderstorm. If you hear thunder, go indoors. Here are more tips.
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Broward County, FL Jan 30
Fl. Severe Weather Awareness Week is Feb. 2-6. Severe weather can happen at any time. Always be prepared.
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Broward County, FL Jan 26
: Know your risks. Plan what to do if you have to evacuate. Take steps to protect your home in a disaster.
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Broward County, FL Jan 23
This year take small steps toward being prepared for any emergency. Take the challenge to each month. We’ll give you suggestions.
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Broward County, FL Dec 31
Holiday : While you’re driving, help avert a tragedy. If you see a drunk driver on the road, find a safe location and call 9-1-1.
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Broward County, FL Dec 30
Holiday : On New Year’s Eve, keep your pets inside, in a comfortable room. Play calming music to help drown out scary noises.
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Broward County, FL Dec 29
Holiday : Going to a party New Year’s Eve? Take friends with you and always stay with the group. It’s safer in numbers.
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Broward County, FL Dec 24
Holiday : 9 volt batteries for gifts can be a fire hazard if not stored safely. Prevent the posts from contacting metal objects.
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Broward County, FL Dec 22
Holiday : Stick to your usual sleep and mealtime schedules when you can to reduce stress & help you enjoy the holidays.
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