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Official emergency management tweets from Broward County, Florida for residents, businesses and visitors.
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Holiday parties are lots of fun for everyone. Be a smart party host or guest. Ensure you have safe transportation to home for everyone.
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Broward County, FL Dec 5
When shopping, park in a well-lighted space; lock the car & hide any shopping bags in the trunk. Stay alert & aware walking to your car.
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Broward County, FL Dec 2
Holly, mistletoe, Jerusalem cherry & amaryllis plants may be poisonous to small children & pets if eaten. Keep out of reach for safety.
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Broward County, FL Dec 1
Hurricane season is officially over today. Consider donating your hurricane supply kit items to an organization that helps others in need.
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Broward County, FL Nov 30
Always use secure websites for purchases. Look for the icon of a locked padlock at the bottom of the screen or “https” in the URL address.
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Broward County, FL Nov 29
Shopping online? Before surfing the Internet, secure your computer by updating security software. Shop with companies you know & trust.
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Broward County, FL Nov 23
When busy cooking keep a lid nearby to smother small grease fires. Keep oven mitts, towels or food packaging away from your stovetop.
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Broward County, FL Nov 21
Preparing Thanksgiving dinner this week? Remain in the kitchen while the food is cooking, and use a timer to remind that you are cooking.
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Broward County, FL Nov 18
Safety Tip: If you're out for the evening, turn on lights & a radio so it looks like someone’s home.
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Broward County, FL Nov 16
Traveling for Thanksgiving? Don’t forget to have mail & newspaper delivery stopped while away. Ask someone to keep an eye on things.
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Broward County, FL Nov 14
Criminals sometimes pose as couriers delivering packages. Be cautious opening your doors, especially if you’re not expecting a delivery.
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Broward County, FL Nov 9
Shopping with kids this holiday? Teach them to go to a store clerk or security guard if you get separated.
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Broward County, FL Nov 7
When shopping be safe. Carry a purse close to your body, not dangling by straps. Put a wallet inside a jacket or front pants pocket.
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Broward County, FL Nov 4
Remember the time changes this Sunday. Fall back 1 hour to standard time. Replace the batteries in your home smoke alarms now!
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Broward County, FL Nov 3
Visit to learn how we can get safer routes for our kids to walk & bike to school.
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Broward County, FL Nov 2
Improvements in school zone flashers, road markings, signage & sidewalks. Visit
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Broward County, FL Oct 31
Attend the 2016 Florida Safety Fest, Sat. Nov. 5th from 11AM – 5PM at the Coral Springs Sportsplex. More info.
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Broward County, FL Oct 31
: Popular trick-or-treating hours are 5:30 to 9:30pm. While driving be especially alert for little goblins during those hours.🎃
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Broward County, FL Oct 28
Buying treats for ? Buy candy already wrapped. Look for alternatives like small bags of pretzels, trail mix, raisins & popcorn.
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Broward County, FL Oct 26
Little goblins arriving at the front door on can be stressful for pets. Keep your pets in a separate room with a family member.
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