Hurricane Preparation

For Immediate Release

Media Contact: Brian Spector


Pembroke Pines, FL -   The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season is here.  While hurricane season begins June 1st and goes through November 30th, the City of Pembroke Pines is dedicated to providing preparation information year-round to ensure that residents and businesses can, will and do receive accurate and timely communication before, during and after a hurricane.  The city’s website at is where residents can get the most up to date information regarding how to prepare and what should be done if a hurricane strikes the area.

During an emergency, residents can obtain further information by contacting the city’s emergency hotline phone number at 954-565-9571 when it is activated.  This phone number provides relevant information to citizens on such topics that may include power outages, mandatory evacuations, shelter information, road closures, updated transportation schedules and discontinuation of any city functions or properties.
Official Source: Updated storm related city information will be posted on and reposted through a variety of channels, including but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, City Connect, Instagram, Pines Media TV on Comcast Channel 78 and U-Verse Channel 99.  Residents can also receive information through CodeRed and Notify Me, two key ways to get information sent via text, email or phone.  Registration for these tools can be done on the city’s website.    
In years past, The City of Pembroke Pines benefited greatly by having staff and many volunteers help immediately after a storm. The relief efforts included food and water distribution, debris clean up and much more.   Residents interested in volunteering after a storm hits can complete a Hurricane Relief Form on the city’s website now and follow instructions to submit or email to Carol Campisi, Assistant Director of Recreation and Cultural Arts at    


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