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A Prepared Community is a Resilient Community

Leon Ready is a hub of resources to help you, your family and your neighborhood prepare for disasters. There are a variety of resources available to increase your readiness. Below you’ll find tools to help you prepare, including Leon County’s Disaster Survival Guide, the Leon Ready Neighborhood Readiness Trainings, and access to real-time news and alerts.

Disaster Survival Guide

Get the critical information you need to be prepared before, during, and after a disaster. 

Prepare. Act. Recover.

From hurricanes to floods, learn how to keep you and your family safe and resilient.

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Build Your Bucket

Check out the full list supplies to fill your disaster bucket so you're prepared in case a storm hits.

Learn What Goes Into Being Prepared

A detailed list of disaster supplies and community resources — all in one place.

Be prepared

Emergency Information Portal

Get real-time updates on severe weather, road closures and more.

Stay Connected During a Disaster

Sign up for news and alerts to get critical information via email or text.

Stay connected

Neighborhood Readiness Trainings

Prepare with your family and neighbors for the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season.

Sign Up For a Training

An expert will come to one of your scheduled neighborhood meetings. 

Sign Up

Receive time-sensitive emergency messages at your email or home, mobile, or business phones. Leon Alerts provides critical emergency information related to incidents such as severe weather, evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods, coronavirus updates, and more. You pick where, you pick how-sign up now!

Leon County Government's many departments and divisions cooperatively work to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens through programs that reduce flood risk and protect the environment, while maintaining our community's livability, sustainability and economic competitiveness.

Open burning includes activities such as pile burning and prescribed fire burning. In Florida, escaped yard waste from burn piles is the leading cause of wildfires. Download this flyer to learn more about the dangers and health impacts of open burning.

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Citizens Connect App

Download the Leon County Citizens Connect App, your best source for emergency news and alerts.

  • Real-Time Notifications

    The most critical information will be delivered by push notifications directly to your phone or tablet.

  • Critical Updates

    Announces the most important community updates such as comfort stations, points of distribution, price gouging alerts, and road closures.

  • Storm Debris Management

    After disasters, you'll find details regarding debris collection and removal.

  • Power Outages

    Find direct links to outage maps from both the City of Tallahassee and Talquin Electric Cooperative.

  • Evacuations

    If needed, the app will provide a map of evacuation routes for Leon County.

  • Single Source

    The Citizens Connect App brings all Leon County emergency updates right to your fingertips.