With the 2022 hurricane season set to begin on June 1, the City of Largo and the Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County are encouraging everyone to prepare for severe weather emergencies now, especially if you have a medical condition and require special assistance to evacuate or shelter. Read tips for disaster planning for your health and visit Largo.com/StormReady for more ways to prepare.
MAKE A PLAN
According to the National Hurricane Center, the most active time for hurricanes and tropical storms in August and September, with storm season ending November 30. Be sure to complete your disaster plan before the chaos of an approaching storm so you aren’t caught off guard and unprepared.
BUILD A KIT
Nature is unpredictable and having a disaster supply kit on hand is vital. Basic supplies should include water, non-perishable food, battery-powered or hand-crank radio, medications and prescriptions, chargers, flashlights, a first aid kit, and extra batteries.
- Sign up for Alert Pinellas to receive notifications via phone, email, or text
- Request a hurricane preparedness presentation
- Download the FEMA Mobile App
- Follow the City on Facebook, Twitter, and Nextdoor
- Stay connected to Largo.com and LargoTV (Spectrum ch. 639, WOW! ch. 15, and Frontier Communications ch. 45)
For more resources, visit Largo.com/StormReady