Hillsborough County Office of Emergency Management is prepared to help keep you and your family safe no matter what the disaster. However, it’s important that we all do our part to prepare for disaster. Whether the threat is man-made, or a natural hazard such as lightning, tornado, wildfire, flood, a pandemic, hurricane or other tropical storm, preparedness is key to reacting and recovering from a disaster.
The following videos, printable guides, and online resources will help you get your family ready for any disaster.
Virtual Outreach Videos
- Lesson 2: How to Pack for Anything
You can find a full list of items to pack here. Remember to account for all family members and special needs.
- Lesson 3: Staying Informed
Ready to sign up? Click here to join HCFL Alert.
- Lesson 4: Transportation in Emergencies
Remember always Turn Around, Don’t Drown when driving through flood roadways. If your family may need transportation to a shelter, visit GoHart.org for evacuation routes.
- 2020 Hurricane Safety: Have a Plan, Know Your Plan
- Understanding Evacuation Zones
Need more information? Read this article: Evacuation Zones vs. Flood Zones. You can also find your evacuation zone by searching our tool.
- Storm Safety in Hillsborough County
- Hurricane and Storm Season in Hillsborough County
- Register for Special Needs Assistance
- FEMA Hurricane Tips
Hillsborough County Office of Emergency Management is responsible for planning and coordinating actions to prepare, respond, and recover from natural or man-made disasters in Hillsborough County. The Office also provides many services, including public education. For more information from Emergency Management call (813) 272-6600 or use this request form.