Hurricane Relief Emergency Websites, Apps and Telephone Numbers

Nov 08, 2022 at 08:30 am by Staff

Orlando Medical News urges everyone to please be safe and secure, to have needed items on hand and to stay on top of all warnings and advisories:


Important links:


National Hurricane Center


Orange County Emergency Management


Seminole County Emergency Management


Volusia County Emergency Management


Lake County Emergency Management


Sumter County Emergency Management



Red Cross Central Florida


Salvation Army


Feeding Florida


Human Society Central Florida



Apps for hurricane updates:


Florida Storms - Florida Public Radio Emergency Network 


GooglePlay iTunesFlorida 511 - Get up-to-the-minute, real-time traffic conditions and incident information for the State of Florida with Florida 511.


FEMA - mobile app


Red Cross - mobile apps


Gas Buddy - Gas stations availability



A few important telephone numbers to have at hand:


Always available 911


Florida emergency information line: 800.342.3557


Orange County non-emergency: 407.836.4357


Seminole County non-emergency: 407.665.6600


Oviedo non-emergency: 407.971.5700


Winter Springs non-emergency: 407.327.1000


Duke Energy: 800.228.8485





Federal Emergency Management Agency, disaster assistance: 800-621-3362,


FEMA (TTY for hearing-impaired): 800-462-7585


Florida Division of Emergency Management: 850-413-9969. In a declared disaster, call Florida Emergency Information at 800-342-3557;


Florida Department of Elder Affairs: 850-414-2000; Elder Help Line 800-963-5337


Florida Division of Insurance Fraud: 850-413-3115


Florida Department of Financial Services: 877-693-5236,


National Flood Insurance Program questions, FEMA: 877-336-2627


NOAA, National Hurricane Center:; contact at


National Weather Service Jacksonville: (904) 741-4370,


Small Business Administration: 800-827-5722.




For real-time traffic information go to or download the Florida 511 smartphone app



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