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Road to Readiness

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May 12, 2021 at 08:57 AM

Martin County Road to Readiness GuideMartin County Emergency Management would like to help residents be prepared, no matter the threat. Our community has already witnessed the devastating impacts that both health and natural disasters can cause. 

Now is the time for our residents to plan and prepare for a disaster, and we’ve created a guide to help you. Being prepared can reduce fear and increase resiliency from the impacts of disasters.

Knowing what to do during an emergency and planning how you and your family will prepare, react and respond will help keep you safe.

Know Your Risk

Know if you are in an evacuation zone or not, and where you can go. 

Build a Kit

Assemble essential items to help your family in the event of an emergency. Include a face covering and hand sanitizer. 

Have a Plan

Determine where you would go if asked to evacuate – travel tens of miles, not hundreds of miles. Identify your family communication plan

Stay Informed

Go to trusted sources of information during a disaster – monitor television and radio stations, our county website and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

You can also register to receive emergency notifications by phone, text, and/or email. To sign up, text ALERTMARTIN to 888777 or visit

Get Involved

Build a culture of preparedness to make Martin County a more resilient community. There are many ways to get involved so you can make a positive difference – volunteer, donate food or supplies or make a financial contribution. 


If ou have any additional questions about the road to readiness and emergency preparedness, please call Martin County Emergency Management at (772) 287-1652

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