Saturday, September 9, 2017

19 Of 20 Broward Shelters At Full Capacity

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Broward County shelters filled up quickly after the mayor called for residents to seek safety from Hurricane Irma.
Those ordered to evacuate include both of Broward's evacuation zones "A" and "B" - basically anyone living east of US-1. Click here for evacuation routes.
The following shelters are OPEN:
  • NONE
The following shelters are CLOSED since they are at capacity:

If new shelters open, please make sure not to go empty-handed. You are expected to bring supplies that will last you at least three days. Click here for a full list.
For pet-friendly shelter, registration of pets is required. To register, call the Humane Society at 954-989-3977. Other than the pet-friendly shelter, General Population shelters do not accommodate pets other than service animals.
Residents are urged to make sure they are prepared. If you have any issues, residents are urged to call the Broward Emergency Hotline at 311 or (954) 831- 4000. You can also visit their Emergency Operations site.
cbs4kevin | septiembre 9, 2017 en 3:10 am | Etiquetas: Broward CountyFloridaHurricane IrmaShelters | Categorías: Florida NewsHurricane NewsLocalNewsSyndicated LocalWeather NewsWeather Stories | URL:

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