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Official emergency management tweets from Broward County, Florida for residents, businesses and visitors.
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Broward County, FL Jul 3
: Keep hot grill away from the house, tree branches or anything that could catch fire. Never leave a grill unattended.
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Broward County, FL Jul 2
: Loud, crowded fireworks displays are no fun for pets. Keep your little guys safe at home.
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Broward County, FL Jul 1
: Light only one firework at a time & never attempt to relight “a dud.” Keep a supply of water close by as a precaution.
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Broward County, FL Jul 1
: Plan on how your family will stay in touch during an emergency. Teach others to send and receive texts.
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Broward County, FL Jun 30
: Never throw or point fireworks toward people, pets, buildings or flammable materials. Don’t light & hold fireworks.
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Broward County, FL Jun 29
: Looking for a high vantage point to enjoy fireworks? Visit Vista View Park in Davie.
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Broward County, FL Jun 29
: Let ReadyBroward help keep you safe during holiday weekend celebrations. Keep it a safe & fun 4th for everyone.
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Broward County, FL Jun 26
Preparedness Tip: During lightning storms don’t use corded phones & devices plugged into outlets. Cordless or wireless phones are OK to use.
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Broward County, FL Jun 24
Preparedness tip: Always have a digital quick-response thermometer handy in kitchen to check temperature of food, refrigerator & freezer.
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Broward County, FL Jun 19
Be safe outside during hot temperatures. Wear light-colored clothing & take regular breaks. Drink plenty of fluids.
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Broward County, FL Jun 18
Preparedness Tip: If power is out, a half full freezer keeps cold for 24 hrs & a full freezer for 48 hrs. Limit opening freezer to minimum.
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Broward County, FL Jun 17
RT : Follow and find out more about how you can help our nation be Weather Ready!
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Broward County, FL Jun 16
: It’s never too late to learn to swim. Broward’s Swim Central still have class openings. Sign up today.
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Broward County, FL Jun 12
: Use U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets. Check buckles & straps for proper function and fit.
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Broward County, FL Jun 10
: Children & inexperienced swimmers should wear life jackets whenever in, on & around water, even if a lifeguard is present.
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Broward County, FL Jun 4
: Keep toys that are not in use away from the pool and out of sight. Toys can attract young children to the pool.
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Broward County, FL Jun 1
: Have a pet or a family member with special medicine? Prepare for your family’s needs before an emergency.
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Broward County, FL Jun 1
Hurricane season begins today. Use our new Hurricane Preparedness Guide to help you get ready for any emergency.
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Broward County, FL May 29
Create, practice & maintain a family plan. Know your risks during hurricane season.
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Broward County, FL May 28
Do you know the difference between a hurricane watch & warning? Be informed to help prepare your family.
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