Hurricane Preparedness

hur_floydOn May 18, 2006 Beaches Watch sponsored a free program on Beaches Hurricane Preparedness for beaches residents. This program was well-attended and provided important hurricane preparedness information and literature to residents on Preparation, Evacuation, Recovery and Re-entry.

PRESENTATIONS:
Beaches Hurricane Preparedness Presentation

Presented by: Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach and Neptune Beach Emergency Management officials
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Insurance for Hurricane Preparedness

Presented by: Tiffany Reeves, FL Dept. of Financial Services
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PUBLIC QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION WITH THE PROGRAM PANEL:
Special thanks to the expert panel that addressed questions and concerns about hurricane preparedness in our beaches communities:

Deputy Chief John Campbell (Atlantic Beach Emergency Management)
Chief Gary Frazier (Jacksonville Beach Emergency Management)
Chief David Sembach (Neptune Beach Emergency Management)
Marty Senterfitt (Duval County Emergency Operations Center)
Tiffany Reeves (FL Department of Financial Services, formerly FL Department of Insurance)

Important Hurricane Preparedness Links:
City of Jacksonville Emergency Operations: www.coj.net/Departments/Fire+and+Rescue/Emergency+Preparedness/default.htm
Florida Division of Emergency Management: http://www.floridadisaster.org
Florida Emergency Preparedness Association: www.fepa.org
Florida Highway Patrol Hurricane Resources: http://www.fhp.state.fl.us/misc/HurricaneLinksTips.htm
Federal Emergency Management Association: www.fema.gov

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P.O. Box 50311
Jacksonville Beach FL 32240

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