Hurricane Preparedness Graphics

Messages to share

Include these key messages about hurricane preparedness when creating content for social media posts.

Hashtag: #HurricanePrep, #HurricaneStrong

  • Hurricanes are not just a coastal problem, find out how rain, wind, water could happen where you live so you can start preparing now.
  • Discuss your hurricane emergency plan with your household and the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance on Coronavirus (COVID-19) 
  • Have enough supplies for your household, include medication, disinfectant supplies, cloth face coverings, pet supplies in your go bag or car trunk.
  • If you or anyone in your household is an individual with a disability identify if you may need additional help during an emergency.
  • You may have to evacuate quickly due to a hurricane so make sure to know your local evacuation zone.
  • Download the FEMA app and receive real-time alerts from the National Weather Service for up to five locations nationwide
  • Review your insurance policies and make sure personal documents (like ID) are up to date. 
  • Prepare your business with a continuity plan to continue operating when disaster strikes.

Have enough food, water and other supplies to support your needs for several days. Pictured: an emergency supply kit.

Last Updated: 05/01/2020