Mutual Aid Agreement – download, sign and upload
WATER Tracker (*Login Required)
FEMA – Schedule of Equipment Rates
FRWA – Florida Rural Water Association
NOAA – Tropical Prediction Center
FDEP – Hurricane Information from the Department of Environmental Protection
Boat U.S. – Latest graphic storm tracking including wind bands and strike probabilities
SERT – Florida’s Division of Emergency Management State Emergency Response Team
UF/TREEO – Florida’s center for Training Research and Education for Environmental Occupations; Hosts of FlaWARN
Frequently Used Forms
- If FlaWARN is not able to meet members generators needs we can assist with getting a FEMA generator. In order to get a FEMA generator installed at a facility, power assessment data must be collected. A facility can input this data ahead of a storm and sped up the process of getting a generator.
Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC)
EPA has released “Flood Resilience: A Basic Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities.” Drinking water and wastewater utilities are particularly vulnerable to flooding, which can damage pumps, disconnect chemical tanks, break distribution lines, and disrupt power supply. Targeted to small and medium utilities, the Guide outlines a simple, four-step assessment process to help any water utility know their flooding threat and identify practical mitigation options to protect critical assets. With a user-friendly layout, the Guide provides worksheets, instructional videos, and flood maps to help utilities through the process.