Being a coastal city, Virginia Beach sometimes has to deal with the occasional hurricane. In the event that Hurricane Arthur makes landfall, we want you to be ready. Here are a few tips to get you started:
Virginia Department of Emergency Management is a great resource for all things hurricane-related. Here are some additional facts to get you up-to-speed on Virginia Hurricanes:
Although uncommon in Virginia Beach, hurricanes are not to be taken lightly. Here are some great resources and guides for the best up-to-date hurricane information:
Official Virginia Beach TV Stations:
City Services Information:
Vbgov.com Citizen Services (VB 311) Direct: (757) 385-31111 VB311@vbgov.com
It’s best to know the road conditions and evacuation routes before you need them. You can search Virginia Traffic Information or dial 511 from any phone for real-time traffic information and road condition reports. Virginia Department of Transportation is also a great resource for road reports and road closings during a hurricane or other weather event.
Paying close attention to weather advisory and hurricane tracking can be the difference between a memorable vacation and an unhappy one. So stay alert and be prepared to go with the flow.
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