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    Hurricane Resources for Communities and Individuals

    The Atlantic hurricane season is here and according to NOAA Climate Prediction Center, 2022 is going to be an above-normal season with 14 - 21 named storms and 6 -10 hurricanes, with three to six being major hurricanes (Category 3 or higher).  

    The dangers of hurricanes include torrential rains, high winds, storm surges, and inland flooding. Though we cannot control the weather, we can prepare ourselves and our communities to be more resilient because studies have shown time and time again that individual preparation can save money, property, and lives.  

    To that end, Tidal Basin, a leading emergency and disaster management consulting firm, has created an online resources page filled with free downloadable checklists, helpful infographics, social media content and safety tips in English and Spanish.  

    Click here and visit our Hurricane Resource Center.

    About Tidal Basin

    Tidal Basin is the nation’s leading emergency and disaster management consulting firm providing programmatic and technical management experience and resources to governments, organizations, businesses, and communities. Our integrated disaster management solutions and expertise help our clients and partners achieve their disaster preparedness and recovery goals more effectively. Our understanding and ability to navigate all available funding sources enables us to provide maximum value by increasing the amount of funding our clients receive for programs that help improve their communities and businesses. To learn more about what we do and our team, visit tidalbasingroup.com.

    The Atlantic hurricane season is here and according to NOAA Climate Prediction Center, 2022 is going to be an above-nor
    2022-06-13
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    2022-06-13
Preparation saves money, property, and lives

The Atlantic hurricane season is here and according to NOAA Climate Prediction Center, 2022 is going to be an above-normal season with 14 - 21 named storms and 6 -10 hurricanes, with three to six being major hurricanes (Category 3 or higher).  

The dangers of hurricanes include torrential rains, high winds, storm surges, and inland flooding. Though we cannot control the weather, we can prepare ourselves and our communities to be more resilient because studies have shown time and time again that individual preparation can save money, property, and lives.  

To that end, Tidal Basin, a leading emergency and disaster management consulting firm, has created an online resources page filled with free downloadable checklists, helpful infographics, social media content and safety tips in English and Spanish.  

Click here and visit our Hurricane Resource Center.

About Tidal Basin

Tidal Basin is the nation’s leading emergency and disaster management consulting firm providing programmatic and technical management experience and resources to governments, organizations, businesses, and communities. Our integrated disaster management solutions and expertise help our clients and partners achieve their disaster preparedness and recovery goals more effectively. Our understanding and ability to navigate all available funding sources enables us to provide maximum value by increasing the amount of funding our clients receive for programs that help improve their communities and businesses. To learn more about what we do and our team, visit tidalbasingroup.com.

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