Hurricane season starts June 1 and ends November 30, with storms typically peaking in August and September.
Staying informed before, during and after a storm is essential. Being prepared saves lives. The resources below are aimed at keeping Palm Beach County residents healthy and safe in the event of a hurricane.
Click here to download the Official Palm Beach County Hurricane Planning Guide
Disaster Supply Kit
Having the right items during a disaster makes all the difference. Residents should make sure they have enough food, water, first aid items, medications, tools and supplies to last during and after a storm.
AlertPBC is Palm Beach County's emergency notification system allowing you to sign up to recieve notifications via phone calls, text messaging and email.
Other ways to stay informed:
Download the Palm Beach County DART (Disaster Awareness and Recovery Tool) App
Follow Palm Beach County Division of Emergency Management on social media
Monitor local news
- Click here for a list of radio and television stations
- Click here to see the Palm Beach Post 2023 hurricane guide
Call the 211 HelpLine for up-to-date information on services
- Call 2-1-1 or 866-882-2991
- Email 211Disaster@211pbtc.org
Avoid scams and price gouging by using the No Scam app or calling 1-866-9NO-SCAM
Neighbors helping neighbors is a sign of a resilient community.
Ways to help include:
- Volunteer with the Palm Beach County Division of Emergency Management (DEM)
- Take a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training course
Contact Town of Palm Beach United Way at 561-655-1919 for additional volunteer opportunities.