Hurricane Preparation

The Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season runs from June 1-November 30.  Follow the links below for resources for the 2017 season from the Village, Miami-Dade County, Florida regional and state agencies and Federal agencies. (Link Symbols: Folder Icon Village Webpages, PDF icon PDFs, External Link icon External Websites (these open in new browser windows))


        Click on the map to link to the National Hurricane Center's Atlantic 5-day tropical weather outlook 


Current Activity in the Atlantic


Village Resources:

Folder Icon  2017 Hurricane Passes
       Issued annually by the Police Department to allow pre-registered representatives of businesses

       and multi-family buildings to return to the Key after a storm to check their properties.

PDF icon  2017 Village of Key Biscayne Hurricane Plan

Folder Icon  Hurricane Information: Before, During and After

PDF icon  June 2017 CRS Newsletter #29 - CRS: Community Rating System of the
       National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

External Link icon  VINS Sign-up (Village Information Notification System):
       Text and Email Emergency Alerts from the Village


Preparedness Links:

        PDF icon  Miami-Dade County 2017 Guide to Hurricane Readiness

External Link icon  Miami-Dade County Hurricane Guide

External Link icon  Miami-Dade County Hurricane Preparedness Video  

External Link icon  Miami-Dade County Hurricane Preparedness Video (en Español)

External Link icon  Miami-Dade County Emergency Alert Sign-up
      Text and Email Alerts from the County

External Link icon  Florida Division of Emergency Management

External Link icon  NHS: National Hurricane Center "Be Ready"

External Link icon  NWS: National Weather Service Hurricane Safety

External Link icon  FEMA: Federal Emergency Management Agency


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