ADVISORY #4 – After the Storm - Miami-Dade County has set up a Damage Assessment website
Miami-Dade County has set up a webpage where residents can submit a property damage report after tropical storm force winds subside and when it is safe to do so. Residents can take photos and submit a flood or damage assessment report at the Neighborhood Damage Assessment page: http://gisweb.miamidade.gov/damage/damageform.aspx.
The 3-1-1 Contact Center hours of operation are 24 hours. To reach the 3-1-1 Contact Center, residents can dial 3-1-1 in Miami-Dade or (305) 468-5900 outside or via Florida Relay 7-1-1. Specialists are taking calls in English, Spanish, and Creole. Residents can access disaster-related information 24 hours a day on the OEM website located at www.miamidade.gov/emergency.
3:00 PM reminder - Don't let up or let your guards down. Irma is categorized as a Category 3 now but expected to Increase to a Category 4 after leaving Cuba. Our weather will gradually deteriorate the later it gets.
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