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Flood & Disaster Protection


Hurricane Season begins June 1, 2017 and ends November 30, 2017

The Town of South Palm Beach has prepared this informational page to assist our residents in the event of a hurricane by providing links to important agencies. We hope this information will help residents to better protect themselves and their families for  before, during, and after an emergency situation.

First and foremost it is important to develop a plan to deal with emergency situations. Your plan should be simple and easy to follow, and include Property Protection Measures, Self Reliant Activities, Boat Owner Storm Preparation, Pet Needs, Special Medical Needs, Evacuation and Shelter Plans. We have included a few special links which will be valuable to you in your time of need and preparation.

A substantial portion of the Town of South Palm Beach is in the Special Flood Hazard Area.  For additional information on local flood hazard, please review the blue pages in the yellow pages phone book titled "Weather".  Also, local AM/FM Radio stations and TV Stations will provide up to the minute storm and flood information.  The Palm beach County Emergency Management website:  will also provide storm and flood information along with any changes in Hurricane Shelter Information.

For additional information on Flood and Disaster Protection please click on the following links.

 FEMA: The National Flood Insurance Program:

 FEMA: (Federal Emergency Management Agency):

American Red Cross:

NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) National Weather Service:

My Safe Florida Home:

Palm Beach County Emergency Management:

Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control:

Copies of FEMA Elevation Certificates on all buildings constructed in the flood plain since 2000 are available at the Building Department, Town Hall 3577 South Ocean Blvd, South Palm Beach, Florida 33480.  Questions concerning flood zone determinations, flood maps and flood plain management questions should be addressed to the Building Official, Town of South Palm Beach, 561-588-8889.