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Alzheimer’s caregivers must take extra precautions in preparing for a hurricane

September 11, 2018 Emergency situations, such as hurricanes, can significantly impact everyone’s safety, but they can be especially upsetting and confusing for individuals living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias i... more »»

LCEC Hurricane Guide Available

June 6, 2018 From reviewing your emergency plan to creating a disaster supply kit to knowing how to safely operate a portable generator, there is a lot to think about and do to protect your loved ones and... more »»

Alberto’s early wakeup call - Are your rain gutters up to the job?

June 6, 2018 While the wounds of Hurricane Irma are still healing and hurricane season is now upon us, the recent tropical storm is a window of opportunity to evaluate your rain gutters before it gets real nasty... more »»

Hurricane season begins

May 31, 2018 In the wake of Hurricane Irma, residents all over Southwest Florida are still weary of the devastating wreckage a massive storm can leave behind. more »»

SW Florida still dealing with Irma

May 31, 2018 Although a new hurricane season is here, many Cape Coral and Southwest Florida home owners are still feeling the affects of last year's historical storm. more »»

Cape Coral Hurricane Seminar set for Thursday

May 31, 2018 The annual Cape Coral Hurricane Seminar is scheduled for Thursday evening with a few new components, a Mini Preparedness Expo and two guest speakers. more »»

Shell Factory to hold hurricane seminar Tuesday

May 30, 2018 North Fort Myers residents looking for hurricane preparedness tips will have an opportunity to hear from the experts next Tuesday. more »»

Upcoming hurricane seminars

May 30, 2018 Area residents looking for helpful hints to prepare for hurricane season have a number of seminars from which to choos. more »»

LCEC ready for hurricane season

May 30, 2018 LCEC’s preparation begins long before a hurricane threatens to make landfall in Southwest Florida: LCEC works year-round to prepare for storms. more »»

Bleach a go-to-after-the storm aid

May 30, 2018 After a natural disaster, water may not be safe to drink, harmful bacteria may be residing on surfaces, mold and mildew can quickly start to spread in homes and areas and mosquito populations may... more »»

Hurricane Irma’s still having lasting affects with spread of parvovirus in SWFL

May 25, 2018 Even as Southwest Florida starts its 2018 Hurricane Season, last year’s storm event of Hurricane Irma is still having a residual effect on the area’s dog population – specifically the puppies. more »»

Prepare now before a storm strikes: Insurance-related hurricane preparedness tips

May 22, 2018 With hurricane season little more than a week away, now is the time to prepare for what could be another difficult storm season. more »»

Prepare for 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season

May 18, 2018 Fourteen named storms have been predicted for the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season but numbers do not change how residents need to prepare, Lee County Emergency Management officials said. more »»

Preparedness is key to a resilient community

May 18, 2018 When it comes to hurricane season, a prepared community is a resilient communit. more »»

Surviving a storm on Fort Myers Beach: be prepared

May 18, 2018 Weather events on barrier islands are no joke. The most important thing to do to get ready for a hurricane while living on Fort Myers Beach is planning ahead. more »»

Sanibel and Captiva prepare for this year’s hurricane season 

May 18, 2018 The city of Sanibel hosted its 2018 Hurricane Seminar in April for residents and businesses. more »»

Lee County still working in the wake of Hurricane Irma

May 18, 2018 It has been just about eight months since Hurricane Irma churned through the center of Lee County, and the start of the 2018 hurricane season is eight weeks awa. more »»

Nine things we learned after Hurricane Irma

May 18, 2018 LCEC shares some key things learned in the wake of Hurricane Irma: 1. Quality of life is dependent on electricity. more »»

Local business to revisit insurance policy before hurricane season approaches

May 18, 2018 A few days before Hurricane Irma blew through Southwest Florida, Merrick Seafood owners closed their three businesses for a few days to prepare, as well as to allow their employees time to take care... more »»

Cape resident begins preparing at beginning of hurricane season

May 18, 2018 For one Cape Coral resident, preparedness begins at the time hurricane season starts with putting together his getaway bag and getting food and emergency essentials together. more »»



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