Emergency Management

HURRICANE SEASON IS JUNE 1 - NOVEMBER 30
 For up-to-date information, publications and other resources please refer to the local news and weather.



 PALM BEACH COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 
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 PBC HURRICANE SURVIVAL GUIDE 

Supplimental Information for Hurricane Survival Guide

 

EMERGENCY SUPPLY SHOPPING LIST


PALM BEACH COUNTY 2018 RISK SHELTERS WITH EVACUATION ZONES

Closest Shelters to Lake Park:  
Palm Beach Gardens High School-4245 Holly Drive, Palm Beach Gardens
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary School-1501 Avenue U, Riviera Beach
Independence Middle School, 4001 Greenway Dr., Jupiter 
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 PBC SPECIAL NEEDS SHELTER  ADVANCED REGISTRATION
(An Application Form and Information Letter are provided below in .pdf format)

FAMILY COMMUNICATION PLAN
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FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT 
Report or Track an Outage: 1-800-4-OUTAGE (1-800-468-8243) OR www.FPL.com/outage
Up-to date News regarding overall restoration progress:  www.FPL.com/PowerTracker

 


 For Town of Lake Park Updates:
 561-881-3300
Channel 18 (Comcast Cable Customers) 
  www.lakeparkflorida.gov

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NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM 
THE TOWN OF LAKE PARK’S COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CAN PROVIDE YOU FLOOD  ZONE MAP AND RELATED INFORMATION. 
PLEASE CALL (561) 881-3318 ; or email communitydevelopment@lakeparkflorida.gov  

The Town of Lake Park participates in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), a federal program administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that enables property owners to purchase insurance protection against flooding losses.  Since Lake Park properly manages a floodplain Ordinance, the Town’s home and business owners are eligible to participate in NFIP and are eligible for a discount on flood insurance. 

 

NFIP coverage is available to all owners of insurable property, including buildings and/or contents; owners and renters may insure their personal property; and builders of buildings in the course of construction, condominium associations, and owners of residential condominium units.  A policy may be purchased from any licensed property insurance agent or broker in good standing with the state or through any agent representing a Write Your Own (WYO) company.

For more information about NFIP please visit:

 FEMA LINKS

National Flood Insurance Program:

www.fema.gov/national-flood-insurance-program 

 

FEMA website can be accessed by clicking here:  http://www.fema.gov …where the following publications can be found.  Town of Lake Park library catalogue direct links have also been included as an additional source:
 

Answers to Questions_NFIP_FEMA 084

Coastal Construction Manual_FEMA-P-55

Elevated Residential Structures_FEMA-54

Elevating Your House_FEMA-54

Mandatory Purchase of Flood Insurance Guidelines_FEMA-083

Protecting Manufactured Homes from Floods & Other Hazards_FEMA P-85

Mitigation of Flood & Erosion Damage to Residential Buildings in Coastal Areas_FEMA-257

Protecting Buildings from Flood Damage_FEMA-P-348

Protecting Floodplain Resources_FEMA-268

Protecting Damage from Localized Flooding_FEMA-511