Pembroke Pines Prepared - Hurricanes
Why be prepared? Throughout the year, the City of Pembroke Pines provides hurricane preparedness information to ensure the safety of residents, businesses and property through a variety of channels, including but not limited to, this website, City Connect, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pines Media TV on Comcast Channel 78 and U-verse Channel 99, and through our relationships with local media.
While Hurricane Season is June 1 to November 30, it is critical for everyone in South Florida to always be prepared and aware of weather events that can impact the state. Please visit and scroll down through all the hurricane prep pages, but most especially our Resource page for helpful information you can print or download. Should a hurricane occur, a special page will be created here for all updates. Check out our Pembroke Pines Prepared Flyer.
NOTE: Our resources may contain materials in Portable Document Format (PDF). The free Acrobat Reader may be required to read them. At the bottom of this website page and all website pages, there is a Select Language link which allows users to choose the language of their preference in reading this website.
Emergency/Urgent Situation Hotline: 954-565-9571
As part of everyone’s preparations during hurricane season, saving emergency/urgent situation hotline phone numbers is an important step. The City of Pembroke Pines activates its emergency hotline phone number, 954-565-9571, when its Emergency Operation Center (EOC) goes to a Level 2 – Partial Activation or a Level 1 – Full Activation.This phone number provides information to citizens reporting or asking questions about relevant information on such topics as power outages, mandatory evacuations, shelter information, road closures, closures of any city functions or properties and updated transportation schedules. Please put 954-565-9571 in a convenient location so it can be accessed easily when needed.
Would You Like to be a Hurricane Relief Volunteer?
With past hurricanes, our City benefited greatly by having staff and many volunteers help immediately after a storm. This help included food distribution, water distribution, administrative work, debris clean up etc. If you are interested in volunteering after a storm hits our area, please see our Hurricane Relief Volunteer Form and follow instructions to submit. Thank you for your continued commitment in making Pembroke Pines a beautiful place to live, work and play.