During Hurricane Season it’s good to always be prepared. Keep an eye on the latest Hurricane Updates from our friends at WAVY-TV 10.
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Make sure your family and home are safe with tips from weather.gov
Keep Dominion Energy‘s phone number and website saved on your phone.
If you lose power, call 1-866-366-4357 or report the outage online at http://DominionEnergy.com/Outage.
Develop an Evacuation Plan:
Find out if you live in a storm surge hurricane evacuation zone or if you’re in a home that would be unsafe during a hurricane.
Know Your Zone
If officials order an evacuation for your area, use one of these designated routes. Become familiar with these routes and plan to leave early to avoid major traffic delays. Click here
Protect the life you’ve built and ensure a lasting legacy. Preparedness Tip: Sign up for alerts and warnings in your area through a state or local government site. Learn your evacuation route now. https://t.co/dKE8MjfIyb #BeReady #PlanAhead #NPM2022 pic.twitter.com/drFQykMPON
— Federal Highway Admn (@USDOTFHWA) September 19, 2022
Assemble your Disaster Supplies
Have enough non-perishable food, water and medicine to last each person in your family a minimum of three days. Don’t forget cash, a battery-powered radio and flashlights.
Protect the life you’ve built and ensure a lasting legacy for you and your family by preparing for disasters. Have an emergency kit in your car and at least three days of food and water at home. https://t.co/4mm3AmojZt #BeReady #PlanAhead #NPM2022 pic.twitter.com/Ldtmsumhuo
— Federal Highway Admn (@USDOTFHWA) September 23, 2022
Remember Your Pets:
Create an emergency pet kit for your pet with extra food, water, medicine and supplies.
Find pet friendly hotels along your evacuation route and keep a list in your pet’s emergency kit.
Locate boarding facilities or animal hospitals near your evacuation shelter.
Learn more here
Preparing for disasters helps protect and create a lasting legacy for those you love. Preparedness Tip: Include your pets in your emergency or evacuation plans. https://t.co/Kaa5gLx8WI #BeReady #PlanAhead #NPM2022 pic.twitter.com/YeOC6vJwkO
— Federal Highway Admn (@USDOTFHWA) September 21, 2022