News Flash


Posted on: June 1, 2021

Hurricane Season 2021


Hurricane Season runs from June 1 to November 30.  Our community is vulnerable to heavy rainfall, winds and potential flooding so it is important to make a plan and get prepared as soon as possible. In addition to the threat of a hurricane, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be an evolving challenging that must be taken into consideration as you develop a hurricane plan for you and your loved ones. State, local and individual hurricane preparedness and response plans may need to change as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) learns more about the virus and issues new safety guidelines. Being prepared enables you to act quickly in the event of an emergency. Here are a few items to consider when deciding how best to protect your family and home.

  1. Sign up for Miami Gardens Alert to receive emergency notifications from the City of Miami Gardens
  2. Develop an evacuation plan.
  3. Make copies of important documents and safely store them away.
  4. Check your homeowner’s insurance coverage.
  5. Get a first-aid kit.
  6. Secure a battery-operated radio.
  7. Purchase all necessary supplies, e.g. non-perishable foods, prescriptions, water and other needed items.

Get to know what to do before, during, and after a hurricane. For the latest updates and guidelines please visit the following resources:

City of Miami Gardens Comprehensive Hurricane Guide

American Red Cross                    



National Hurricane Center          

National Weather Service           

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