Florida Hurricane Ian Info
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Florida Hurricane Ian Info

*Site under construction and we are not responsible for any recent updates, errors in links, misinformation, etc. We are trying to help put everything we can on one site. Please email if you have anything you want us to add, change, update or try to include on the page. Our prayers go out to all the families effected by Hurricane Laura and to all the responders that have come together to help*

*NOTE: Due to multiple Cajun Navy Response Teams, some may be different resources with a similar possibly the same name.


Florida Disaster Weather

AlertFlorida - Statewide Notification Initiative


National Hurricane Center


The Weather Channel


Florida Plan and Prepare

Road Closures in Florida - Florida 511

Florida Highway Patrol (Florida Highway Patrol’s

Live Traffic Crash and Road Condition Report)


Florida Disaster Supply Checklist



FEMA Continues Supporting Hurricane Ian Response



Shelter Info: 

Florida Division of Emergency Management

State Emergency Response Team (SERT)

Telephone Number:



Another way to locate a shelter near you visit the Red Cross Shelter Map or download the FEMA App.

FIND A SHELTER Anyone who needs a safe place should call 211,  visit, call 1-800-RED CROSS (800-733-2767) or download the free Red Cross Emergency app. You can also check with local officials and monitor local news for information on where to find emergency shelter.

FREE BLUETARP help from Army Corps of Engineers  Operation Blue Roof is a priority mission managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The purpose of Operation Blue Roof is to provide homeowners in disaster areas with fiber-reinforced sheeting to cover their damaged roofs until arrangements can be made for permanent repairs.

    This is a free service to homeowners. Operation Blue Roof protects property, reduces temporary housing costs, and allows residents to remain in their homes while recovering from the storm......



The Cajun Navy Relief & Rescue (Reduced size oFull size website)               


Gas Buddy (call for accuracy before driving for gas please)


HCFL AlertHCFL Alert is Hillsborough County's official mass notification system *SIGN UP FOR ALERTS*

 Sunrise, Florida  Resources for Hurricane Season



How to prepare for a Hurricane (American Red Cross) 

Prepare for Hurricanes       Ready logo


Generator Use Tips and Do’s and Don’t’s Video with Paul LaGrange during the Home Improvement Show

Carbon Monoxide - Generator Safety Fact Sheet (click here)
Portable back-up generators produce the poison gas carbon monoxide (CO). CO is an odorless, colorless gas that kills without warning. It claims the lives of hundreds of people every year and makes thousands more ill. Follow these steps to keep your family safe.


  • Never use a generator inside your home or garage, even if doors and windows are open.

  • Only use generators outside, more than 20 feet away from your home, doors, and windows.


  • Install battery-operated or battery back-up CO detectors near every sleeping area in your home.

  • Check CO detectors regularly to be sure they are functioning properly.

Asbestos and Natural Disaster Information (


Asbestos Safety: Risk, Inspection, Assessment, and Abatement Considerations (Clayton & Clayton)

Insurance Claims numbers (Posted in Hurricane Laura 2020 Facebook Group by KF Insurance Services LLC


FITT Telecommunications can help with transferring your phone lines to an automated attendant, voicemail or a different number

FITT Telecommunications can help rewire your offices, provide phone service and phone systems, if needed and you have power

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