Delray Beach call - (561) 504-6620
Pompano Beach call - (954) 782-2240
- Fresh drinking water - Drivers license or other form of ID
1 gallon/day/person - Vauable papers
- Canned and dry food - Important phone numbers
- Baby food, diapers and formula - Insurance information
- Non-electric can opener - Water purification tablets
- Eating and cooking utensils - Extra pet food
- Medicine and perscriptions - Pots and pans
- First aid lit and manual - full propane tank for grill
- Battery operated TV or radio - Emergency cooking facilities
- Several fresh different size - Portable cooler
batteries for TV, radio and flashlight - cooler for water
- Flashlights (1 for each person) - Ice chest
- Fire extinguisher - Butane lighter
- Blankets and pillows - Cans, gas and oil
- Sleeping bags - Lanterns and extra fuel
- Glasses or contacts - Battery operated alarm clock
- Soap, shampoo other toiletries - Fuel for vehicles
- Toilet paper and towlettes - Cellular phone
- Bleach (without lemon or additives) - Change of clothes
- Protective shoes or work boots (one for each person)
- Gloves and safety googles - Inflatable life raft
- Toys (to occupy children) - Life presservers
- Cash and credit cards - Sponges and paper towels
- Mosquito netting and repellant
CLEAN-UP and REPAIR
- Cleaning supplies (disinfectant) - Duct tape/Masking tape
- Plastic trash bags and ties - Plastic sheeting
- Camera and film (to record damage) - Hand axe, shovel, rake
- Wrecking and crow bars - Braces and corners
- Brooms and mops - Chaulking gun and chaulking
- Steel chain - Chain saw and special fuels
- Hand saw and prunering shears - Drill and bits
- Dual-edge knife and replacement blades - Dust pan
- Extension cords (heavy duty/ground) - Generator and fuel and oil
- Hammers and hatches - Heavy plastic and tarps
- Ladders - Lumber, plywood and masonite
- Nails, screws and bolts - Screw gun
- Pails and buckets - 100feet 1/2" rope
- Wheel barrow - Staple gun
IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN A
HURRICANE WATCH OR WARNING IS ISSUED
1. Put away or chain down outdoor furniture and toys to prevent them from being moved by high winds.
2. If there is a chance your vehicle will be flooded, move or evacuate it.
3. Stock-up on non-perishable food items.
4. Gather and check flashlights, portable battery operated radios and battery powered lanterns.
5. Store fresh water
6. Store water for cleaning and toilets in a bathtub in case water lines are damaged.
Never drink water stored in a bathtub!
7. Stay informed: check local news and Weather Channel.
8. Prepare a disater supply kit.
9. Follow all evacuation orders and instructions.