Hurricane Resources


EMERGENCY RESOURCES:
Boil Water Notices
Business Damage Assessment Survey: The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) and the State Emergency Response Team (SERT) activated the Business Damage Assessment Survey in response to Hurricane Ian. Survey responses will allow the state to expedite Hurricane Ian recovery efforts by gathering data and assessing the needs of affected businesses.
FEMA Apply for disaster assistance through FEMA in various ways. A toll-free number has been established by FEMA for disaster victims to apply for certain types of disaster programs and obtain information about others. You can obtain information by calling. Phone: (800) 621-FEMA (3362) | www.fema.govFlorida DisasterWhere to Find Shelter
Florida 511 – Latest Florida Traffic Conditions – Find road and bridge closures.
FloridaDisaster.biz – Get all States resources and announcements.
Free lost and found pet database: lost.petcolove.org.
Free medical appointments: Lee Health telehealth – www.leetelehealth.org | 855-635-1393 (for those who don’t have internet access)
IRS Excise Tax – The IRS may waive tax penalties on disasters based on circumstances
Locating Family Members – If you are struggling to locate someone, you can report missing persons
Rebuild Guide – Disaster Contractors Network
Report Found Family Members here
Small Business Administration (SBA) 
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 9-8-8
Social service needs: 2-1-1 | The human needs national number connects you with the local United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee for help with anything from housing to jobs to food to more.
Special Needs Registry – Medically dependent residents of Florida who need electricity to operate medical equipment or need help getting medication during a disaster can register for assistance at FloridaDisaster.org/SNR.

FOOD RESOURCES:
The Harry Chapin Food Bank
Meals of Hope
Our Daily Bread Food Pantry
Feed Thy Neighbor
St. Matthew’s House
Bonita Springs Assistance Office

COLLIER COUNTY GOVERNMENT MESSAGES:
Collier County – Curfew Enacted in Collier County and City of Naples Beginning Tonight at Midnight 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.10/2/2022
Collier County – Boil Water Notice Lifted for Gulf Shore Drive Saturday, Oct 1, 2022
Collier County – Hurricane Debris Collection Services Begin Oct. 3
(Please do not mix hurricane debris with household garbage)

COMMISSIONER MESSAGES:
Commissioner Andy Solis – 10/06/22
Commissioner Andy Solis – 10/05/22
Commissioner Penny Taylor – 10/05/22
Commissioner Andy Solis – 10/04/22
Commissioner Penny Taylor – 10/04/22
Commissioner Rick LoCastro – 10/04/22
Commissioner Penny Taylor – 10/03/22
Commissioner Andy Solis – 10/03/22
Commissioner LoCastro – 10/02/22
Commissioner Andy Solis – 10/02/22
Commissioner Penny Taylor – 10/02/22
Commissioner Rick LoCastro – 10/01/22
Commissioner Andy Solis – Take 3 – 10/01/22
Commissioner Andy Solis (12:00pm) – 10/01/22

GOVERNOR DESANTIS MESSAGES:
10/06/22 – Governor Ron DeSantis and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Highlight Private Sector Partners Supporting Recovery Efforts
10/05/22 – Governor Ron DeSantis Activates the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program, Making $50 Million Available – At Least $10 Million of Which Must Go to Assist Agricultural Businesses Impacted by Hurricane IanRead more
From the Office of Governor Ron DeSantis – 10/03/22
Governor Ron DeSantis Message – 10/01/22
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity – 10/01/22

(Governor DeSantis Waives Work Search Reporting and Additional Reemployment Assistance Requirements for Floridians Impacted by Hurricane Ian)

SENATOR KATHLEEN PASSIDOMO MESSAGES:
Senator Message – 10/06/22

STATE REPRESENTATIVE MESSAGES:
State Representative Bob Rommel Message – (10:00pm) – 10/01/22
State Representative Bob Rommel Message – (3:00pm) – 10/01/22

FLORIDADISASTER.BIZ MESSAGES:
Business, Industry, Economic Stabilization message – 10/066/22

MEDIA RESOURCES:
Florida Weekly Resources
Naples News Resources
SWFL Business Today Resources
Gulfshore Business Resources – 10/05/22
Gulfshore Business Local Resources for Storm Recovery

COMMUNITY RELIEF EFFORTS:
Collier Comes Together Hurricane Relief Fund – The Collier Community Foundation has reactivated its Collier Comes Together Hurricane Fund to assist Hurricane Ian victims. Activation of the fund allows CCF to act quickly to ensure immediate aid is provided where needed most. 100% of donations are distributed to area nonprofits serving victims and their families without administrative fees.
10/06/22 – IDS of SWFL is collecting items to help in the relief for our community.


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Collier County Sherriff’s Office
Builder Hurricane Preparation Plan
Collier County All Hazards Guide
Collier County Suggested Hurricane Supply List
Collier County Emergency Contacts
Collier County Evacuation Zones
City of Marco Island Hurricane Resources
City of Naples Hurricane Resources
City of Marco Island Hurricane Preparedness
City of Marco Island Evacuation Zones
Florida County Emergency Managers Guide
Lee County Emergency Contacts
Lee County Preparation Guide
Lee County Evacuation Zones
NAHB Disaster Resources
NAHB Housing Hurricane Preparedness Checklist
Naples Daily News Hurricane Guide
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 
National Hurricane Center
FEMA Business Protection Tool Kit
FEMA Hurricane Preparedness Guide

FEMA | Phone: (800) 621-FEMA (3362) | www.fema.gov
Family Preparedness Plan