Hurricane Preparedness

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Hurricane season is from June 1 to Nov. 30, 2022. As locals, you may be used to seeing storms, but you must be ready for worst-case scenarios if a hurricane decides to visit our Town. Have a plan, know important hurricane facts, storm terminology and how to prepare - no matter the storm category.

Don't forget to register to receive emergency alerts from the Town of Davie and keep current on all severe weather information, utility disruptions and public safety announcements.

Storm Preparedness:

  1. General Supplies
  2. First Aid Supplies
  3. Food and Water Supplies
  4. Pet Supplies
  5. Preparing for Children's Needs
  6. House Preparations
  7. Have a Plan

General Supplies

In the event of a hurricane, have access to the following helpful supplies:

  • Battery powered radio
  • Camp stove or other emergency cooking equipment (please ensure that there are no gas leaks before using this equipment)
  • Can opener (nonelectric)
  • Cash or travelers checks
  • Duct tape, glue, staple gun
  • Extra batteries
  • Fire extinguisher and first aid kit
  • Flashlights
  • Paper plates, plastic utensils, napkins, and paper towels
  • Plastic trash bags
  • Tarpaulins and plastic sheeting
  • Tools to make basic repairs

Need a checklist? View and print our complete Emergency Kit Checklist which can help with planning and storm preparedness shopping.

Hurricanes and Horses

The Town of Davie is proud of its rural character and equestrian lifestyle. Davie is home to thousands of horses and we want to help you keep them safe in the event of a hurricane.

No one can guarantee where your horse will be safe. The decision is yours. If you cannot make your property safe because of the condition of the barn, trees, power lines, low lying land prone to flooding, or the general condition of the neighboring properties, plan on evacuating your horse at least 48 hours before the storm.

Preparing for Your Horse's Needs:

  1. Do's and Don'ts
  2. Advanced Preparations
  3. Before a Storm
  4. After the Storm
  5. First Aid Kit

Do’s and Don’ts for Hurricane Horse Preparedness

  • Do discuss your hurricane plans with your own veterinarian.
  • Do make an advance plan.
  • Do prepare ahead of time.
  • Don’t wait until the last minute.
  • Don’t just wait to be rescued.

Additional Hurricane Resources:

2022 Hurricane Preparedness Guide

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English | Español (2020 Version)

ADA text available upon request.