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Collier County

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Transcript of Collier County

COLLIER COUNTY
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Get A Plan

www.floridadisaster.org
What is Emergency Management?
Hurricane Forecasting
Storm Surge Risk
Storm Surge Risk
You may see and hear about storm surge for a particular storm in different ways.

It is best to consider information from official sources and local officials.
Evacuation Factors
1) Time of Day, Day of Week
2) School Closing Timing
3) Storm Predictions
4) Desire for Daytime Evacuation
5) Storm Surge Potential
6) Voluntary Precautionary Evacuation?
7) Mandatory Evacuation?
8) Evacuation Zones (N+S Corridors)


Hurricane Preparedness
Collier County Emergency Management is provided statutory authorities under Florida Law to deliver "effective and orderly governmental control and coordination of emergency operations"
Collier County Emergency Management resides
under the Bureau of Emergency Services which also houses Collier County EMS, Med-Flight, Medical Examiner, and the Ochopee Fire District.

Collier County Emergency Management reports directly to the Administrative Services Department, the County Manager, and the Collier County Board of County Commissioners.


Florida Statute 252.38
Emergency Management operates within areas of prevention, mitigation, protection, response, and recovery phases of a disaster.

Most of what we do happens before a disaster occurs in our community.
Our focus is on the entire cone of uncertainty,
not the center track line.
Prior to the arrival of the storm, emergency services
(Law Enforcement, EMS, Fire) will begin reducing and eliminating most emergency services and response to 9-1-1 calls to ensure for the safety of emergency personnel.

You must be prepared to address and sustain your own needs through the storm and up to approximately 72 hours after.
Watches and Warnings
Tropical Storm Watch

-Sustained winds greater than 34 mph within 48 hrs
Tropical Storm Warning

-Sustained winds of 34-73 mph within 36 hrs.
Hurricane Watch

-Sustained winds of 74 mph or higher are
possible
within a specified area within a 48 hr period before the onset of tropical storm force winds.


Hurricane Warning

-Sustained winds of 74 mph or higher are
expected
within a specified area within a 36 hr period before the onset of tropical storm force winds.
Storm Surge
Storm Surge Defined
Storm surge is an abnormal rise of water
generated by a storm, over and above
the predicted astronomical tides.
Storm Surge Risk Cont'd...
NOAA Weather Radio
FM Radio
EAS
Station (90.1 WGCU)
Do you have adequate insurance?
Evacuate early!
Turn on cell phone alerts!

Additional Tips
If you go to a shelter

...shelters are a life boat not the love boat.

When you return home

...remember generator safety.


Special Needs

Special Needs Registration
Pet Registration



www.CollierEM.org

Facebook.com/CollierEM

Twitter.com/CollierEM

Special Needs Program
You may participate if you meet one of the following:

You have a medical or physical need that may require professional assistance during an evacuation and sheltering situation.

If you are age 60 or above and have no medical needs but require transportation to the shelter.
SNR.FLORIDADISASTER.ORG
Disaster History
for Collier County

Fact:
Collier County is the most disaster declared County in the State of Florida, and tied for 7th nationally.
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