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Emergency Management

Office Manager
Irene Cabral
Emergency Coordination Officer

605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 414-5336 Office
(850) 414-4938 Fax
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Hurricane Jeanne seen from the International Space Station on 25 September 2004


FDOT Emergency Management is a vital element of the State Emergency Response Team (SERT). Comprised of local, state and federal officials, the SERT ensures that Florida is prepared to respond to, recover from and mitigate against disasters.

2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season

This year's Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1st to November 30th. Regardless of any seasonal predictions, it only takes one storm to cause a disaster in your area. Are you ready?

Be prepared for anything this season by having a plan and knowing your evacuation routes. Learn how to protect your family and business by visiting the NHC hurricane preparedness website.

Be A Force Of Nature

Tons of great information is also available at hurricanestrong.org, a safety website from the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes. Visit today and learn how to become #HurricaneStrong!

2016 Atlantic Tropical Cyclones
  • Tobias
  • Virginie
  • Walter

Severe Weather Awareness

Florida experiences a wide range of weather phenomenon throughout the year. While you may be familiar with hurricanes and lightning, there are many other situations for which you and your family must prepare.

You can learn about all of Florida's weather hazards on our severe weather awareness page. There you will find information, tips and links covering extreme heat and cold; flooding; hurricanes; marine hazards; rip currents; thunderstorms and lightning; tornadoes and wildfires.

Know your risks, take action and be a force of nature!

Severe Weather Awareness

Hurricane Preparedness | Hazards | Alerts | Be Ready | Marine Safety | Dam Safety

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