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5/27/2018

Governor Scott Issues Updates on Subtropical Storm Alberto Preparedness Efforts 05/26/18

Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in all 67 Florida counties and received a full update on Subtropical Storm Alberto from the Florida Division of Emergency Management. The Governor will continue to be in constant communication with state and local emergency management officials and...

5/26/2018

Gov. Scott Declares State of Emergency in Florida for Subtropical Storm Alberto

Today, Governor Rick Scott issued Executive Order 18-150 declaring a state of emergency in all 67 Florida counties as the state continues to monitor and prepare for Subtropical Storm Alberto. By declaring this state of emergency, Governor Scott is ensuring that state and local government has ample...

5/25/2018

Florida Residents And Visitors Urged To Use Caution This Weekend As Watches Issued For Sub-Tropical Storm Alberto

Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) officials urge residents and visitors to use caution this weekend as potential severe weather is expected statewide due to Sub-Tropical Storm Alberto. Regardless of track or intensity, this system will result in a multi-day widespread rainfall event...

5/25/2018

Governor Scott Issues Updates on Subtropical Storm Alberto Preparedness Efforts

Today, Governor Rick Scott received a full update on Subtropical Storm Alberto from the Florida Division of Emergency Management. The Governor will continue to be in constant communication with state and local emergency management officials and state agency leaders to ensure the state is prepared...

5/24/2018

Gov. Scott: State Preparing for Torrential Rain, Severe Flooding This Weekend

Today, Governor Rick Scott received a full update on Invest 90L from the Florida Division of Emergency Management. The Governor will continue to be in constant communication with state and local emergency management officials and state agency leaders to ensure the state is prepared to respond...

5/22/2018

Gov. Scott: Floridians Must be Prepared for Significant Rain, Possible Flooding

Directs FWC to Pre-Position and Stage High Water Vehicles For Rapid Deployment. Today, Governor Rick Scott urged Floridians to prepare for significant rain and possible flooding as the state continues to monitor the development of a weather system in the Caribbean Sea. In anticipation of heavy rain...

5/14/2018

Gov. Scott: Floridians Should Pay Attention to Potential Severe Weather

Governor Rick Scott today made the following statement regarding the National Hurricane Center’s monitoring of a weather system that could potentially develop into a tropical or sub-tropical depression. Governor Scott was briefed this afternoon by FDEM while traveling back to Florida. The Governor...

5/14/2018

FDEM Monitoring Potential Sub-tropical or Tropical Storm Development in Gulf of Mexico

State and local emergency management officials are recommending residents and visitors in Florida stay alert as a potential sub-tropical or tropical storm develops in the Gulf of Mexico this week. Regardless of formation, this system will enhance rainfall across Florida and the northeastern Gulf...

4/27/2018

Notice of Public Meeting-Janitorial Services for the State Logistics Response Center

The Division of Emergency Management announces a public meeting to which all persons are invited. Invitation to Bid #ITB-DEM-17-18-039 Date and Time: May 14, 2018 at 2:30 pm Place: William E. Sadowski Office Building 2555 Shumard Oak Blvd, Tallahassee, FL 32399 General...

4/13/2018

Florida Residents And Visitors Urged To Use Caution As Potential For Severe Weather Expected Statewide This Weekend

Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) officials urge residents and visitors to use caution this weekend as potential severe weather is expected statewide. Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms are possible in the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend starting Saturday afternoon and then...

4/13/2018

Key West and Marathon on Track to Receive Important Irma Recovery Funds

Following a successful meeting this morning with City of Key West and City of Marathon officials regarding ongoing Hurricane Irma reimbursements, Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) Director Wes Maul commented on his takeaways regarding local efforts in working with FDEM to obtain...

4/13/2018

FDEM Director Wes Maul to Meet with Keys Officials Twice in Four Days

Today, Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) Director Wes Maul returns to Monroe County for his second meeting this week with Keys officials regarding recovery efforts from Hurricane Irma. Director Maul’s visit coincides with a $603,988.06 Public Assistance payment issued by FDEM to...

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