Hurricane Season (June 1st - November 30th) has ended for 2022. The resources listed can help you prepare and access relief services during and after natural disasters.
This is an active page that is updated regularly based on the needs of our community and the resources available.
In case of an emergency, call 911.
For questions related to County services, call 311.
Click here for weather related updates.
At this time, there are no significant weather-related threats in Miami-Dade County.
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To prepare for a hurricane or tropical storm, review Catalyst Miami’s Hurricane Checklist (English, Español, Kreyòl) to make sure you have the items needed in your home to prepare for a potential storm.
Enter your address into Miami-Dade County's storm surge planning map to understand if you live in an area of high risk during a storm.
There are no evacuation orders at this time for Miami-Dade County.
If an evacuation order is announced, centers will be opened throughout the County. Call 311 for information on the center closest to you. Emergency bus pickup sites will be opened if public transportation has closed. More information can be found here.
There are no closures to report at this time.
If your home or neighborhood was impacted, click here to submit a damage report.
If you are cleaning your home after flood or hurricane related damage, click here to review some helpful tips from the CDC.
If you are unable to evacuate from your home due to being home or bedbound, on life-sustaining medical equipment, or have daily activities that require assistance, you are eligible for the Emergency & Evacuation Assistance Program (EEAP).
You can sign up to receive transportation services to evacuate or a wellness call after a disaster. Make sure to pre-register! Those that pre-register will have priority over those who have not registered for the program. You can register online or call 311.
Miami-Dade County small business owners impacted by storms and hurricanes can apply for the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDLs). Businesses may borrow to repair or replace disaster-damaged or destroyed real estate, machinery and equipment, inventory, and other business assets. More information can be found here.
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Give directly to The Miami Foundation's Disaster Resilience Fund which is a permanent, revolving fund that aims to raise $20 million to support nonprofits working to advance disaster preparedness, provide grants for relief efforts to frontline grassroots organizations in advance of a disaster and invest in long-term equitable recovery.
Does your organization engage in disaster preparedness, relief, recovery or resiliency initiatives in Miami-Dade County? Click here to join the Miami Strong Disaster Resilience Network.
This section will be updated as more opportunities to help become available.