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Emergency Resources

Hurricane Dorian Shelters

The shelters are open as of 5pm on September 1st for the Dorian Hurricane. Please do not show up before 5pm. 


CALL 2-1-1 for more information and for info on medical shelter registration.


Please do not leave your pets home unattended. Take them to a pet-friendly shelter and bring all of their necessities, including crates.

Hurricane Preparedness

The most important thing to do is prepare and have a plan for any type of disaster, including a hurricane. Consider what situations may affect our community and how that would affect your family or business.

Click here for FEMA's Family Emergency Plan checklist.

Click here for FEMA's Business Emergency Plan tool.

Listen to local officials for evacuation orders and relevant information, and do as directed.
The amount of time you have will depend on the hazard. For a hurricane, you might have a day or two to get ready. However, many disasters allow no time for people to gather even the most basic necessities, which is why planning ahead is essential.

Transportation is free to all Special Needs and primary evacuation shelters, and will be provided to residents who register a transportation request either as a part of a special needs application or if a resident has no means of transport to a shelter. Transportation will only be provided to and from a shelter. No other destinations will be provided.

Having a plan is important, and that plan should include your pets. Pet owners are strongly advised to make prior arrangements for sheltering their pets during emergencies. To find information on hotels that will accept pets, visit:

Some shelters will announce that they are pet-friendly. Pet-friendly shelters are designed to accommodate household pets. Owners are responsible for the feeding, care, clean-up, and behavior of their pets.

Shelter openings are incident-specific. Never go to a shelter unless local officials have announced it is open. Shelter openings will be announced through local television, radio stations, social media, and the Brevard County Emergency Management Website.

Disaster Recovery

(800) 621-FEMA

FEMA Housing Trailers
(877) 828-5113

American Red Cross
1700 Cedar Street
Rockledge, FL 32955
(321) 890-1002

Special Needs Shelter
(321) 637-6670
Patients with colostomy assistance needs, nebulizers, oxygen, feeding tubes, or Alzheimer's disease are examples of medical criteria that are eligible for the registry.