• via @cityofdoral • Sandbags are available for pick-up, Wednesday, September 6th, at Doral Central Park (3000 NW 87 Ave. Doral) from 1:00 p.m until 5:00 p.m. The distribution of sandbags will continue to take place on Thursday, depending on weather conditions and remaining supply of sand bags.Each vehicle is limited to (10) bags with proof of Doral residency or Doral business-WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. For Doral residents and businesses only. For additional questions, please contact 305-593-6740 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
« • vía @dnaim • Una nota importante para compartir con todos. Este mensaje NO aplica a las casas pre 1994.MIAMI DADE y BROWARD tienen unos requerimientos de construcción muy específicos y estan definidos por zonas.Estas zonas se definen como High-Velocity Hurricane Zones. Estas son las capacidades a las que debe soportar CUALQUIER producto que se instala en el exterior de la propiedad:The High-Velocity Hurricane Zones (HVHZ) are specifically defined as Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. As in previous editions of the FBCB, a single wind speed is used for the HVHZ for each Risk Category Map. The design wind speeds in the HVHZ are as follows:Miami-Dade CountyRisk Category I Buildings and Structures: 165 mphRisk Category II Buildings and Structures: 175 mphRisk Category III and IV Buildings & Structures: 185 mphBroward CountyRisk Category I Buildings and Structures: 156 mphRisk Category II Buildings and Structures: 170 mphRisk Category III and IV Buildings & Structures: 180 mphAdemas de esto también esta la velocidad a la cual se calculas las paredes y techos de una estructura. Esto lo define el Wind Speed Maps – 2010 FBCR. Anexo gráfica:The wind speed map in the 2010 FBCR is in essence the wind speed map for Risk Category II buildings and structures in the 2010 FBCB. Since the FBCR only applies to Risk Category II buildings (one- and two-family dwellings and townhouses not more than 3 stories in height), there is no need for additional maps. All of the information previously discussed regarding the maps in the 2010 FBCB applies equally to the wind speed map in the 2010 FBCR.In the HVHZ, the 2010 FBCR specifies a wind speed of 175 mph in Miami-Dade County and 170 mph in Broward County.En pocas palabras POR favor prepárense bien, pero si viven en una casa o edificio POST Andrew (Florida Building code 1994 en adelante) La estructura debería de aguantar sin problema 165 millas y hasta 185 Millas en algunos casos.PD: NO aplica a arboles y obviamente el FLOOD damage.#hurricaneirma #hurricaneseason #hurricane #irma #safetytips #beprepare #besafe • via @miamianimalserv • Due to special preparations for #HurricaneIrma, the Pet Friendly Evacuation Center (PFEC) at the E. Darwin Fuchs Pavilion (10901 SW 24th St.) will open Wednesday, September 6 at 5 p.m. for pet owners residing in qualified evacuation zones, unsafe structures or mobile homes. Pet owners are urged to bring food and provisions for themselves and for their pets..To ensure the safety of the animals in our care, Trap-Neuter-Return and Surrender services will be closed on Wednesday, September 6..The rescue office will be open until EOB Wednesday, September 6 for rescue partners..The Pet Adoption and Protection Center will be open for adoption and vaccination services on Wednesday, September 6 and will be closed to the public starting Thursday, September 7 until further notice. The Homestead Community Spay/Neuter Clinic will be closed..Spay/neuter surgeries scheduled for Thursday, September 7 through Sunday, September 10 will be rescheduled..For more information and updates, visit http://www.miamidade.gov/emergency »