MIAMI-DADE HURRICANE GUIDE
This is the official Miami-Dade Hurricane Readiness Guide, with resources to prepare you for before, during, and after a hurricane.
Download the ReadyMDC app which allows Miami-Dade residents and visitors to get up-to-the minute information before, during and after a hurricane strikes.
EMERGENCY & EVACUATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EEAP)
The EEAP provides evacuation support to residents who need specialized transportation assistance or whose medical needs prevent them from evacuating on their own.
GET A PLAN!
Use this resource to help you create a disaster plan, whether it be a Family Plan, Business Plan, or Special Needs Plan.
EVACUATION CENTER RULES DURING COVID-19
Check out this page to see the health screening guidelines that will be put in place once an evacuation center opens.
KNOW YOUR EVACUATION ZONE
Storm surge is the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. It occurs when water from the ocean is pushed on shore by the force of tropical storms or hurricanes. This is the primary reason Miami-Dade County residents are asked to evacuate prior to a hurricane. A Storm Surge Planning Zone is an area that could potentially be affected by a storm surge of 1 1/2 feet or higher during a hurricane. Evacuation decisions are heavily predicated on storm surge planning.
- Workshop 5: Workforceincluding Evacuations, Shelter Staffing, Workforce Structure, Capacity, PPE, and Telemedicine, Wednesday, June 10, 2020 | 10AM-12PM
- Workshop 4: Public Messagingto include Risk Communications for Disaster Preparedness, Evacuations, and Sheltering, Friday, June 5, 2020 | 12PM-2PM
- Workshop 6: Psychological Adjustmentincluding Response Workers & the Public – Training, Messaging, & Trauma, Friday, June 12, 2020 | 12PM-2PM