Southwest Florida Extreme Weather Contact Information

Each year the National Coastal Data Development Center creates/updates extreme weather contact sheets for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  These contact sheets can be considered a one-stop reference for contacting government officials and monitoring information.  The sheets are available in a laminated and waterproof format free of charge by e-mailing:

For easy reference, the content of the Southwest Florida region extreme weather information sheet is shown below.


Florida Emergency Information Line (Only activated during disasters)1-800-342-3557
Florida Division of Emergency Management ( 850-413-9900
Emergencies Only 1-800-320-0519 or 850-413-9911
Florida Department of Transportation ( (3368)
Florida Highway Patrol ( (*FHP from any cell phone)
Florida Department of Health (
Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (
Florida Office of Tourism (
Florida Department of Law Enforcement (
Governor’s Office ( or 850-488-7146
Florida Attorney General (
Florida Department of Environmental Protection (
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (
Florida Department of Veterans Affairs(
Florida Department of Elder Affairs( (963-5337)
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services(
Florida Division of Animal Industry Emergency
International Hurricane Research Center (
National Weather Service Forecast Office (Tampa Bay, FL Office) (
National Weather Service Forecast Office (Key West, FL Office) (
National Weather Service Forecast Office (Miami, FL Office) (
National Weather Service Forecast Office (Melbourne, FL Office) (
StormSmart Coasts
US Coast Guard, 7th District (
Seminole Tribe Emergency Management Hotline (
Florida Power & Light Company ( 1-800-4-OUTAGE (468-8243)
Lee County Electric Cooperative (
Peace River Electric Cooperative (
Progress Energy ( 1-800-228-8485
Glades County Electric Cooperative (
Florida Public Utilities(


Emergency Management941-833-4000
Charlotte County Fire941-833-5600
Boca Grande Fire941-964-2908
Englewood Fire941-474-3311
Punta Gorda Police941-639-4111
Punta Gorda Fire941-575-5529
Emergency Management (
Emergency Hotline239-252-8444
Big Corkscrew Island Fire239-455-1204
East Naples Fire239-774-7111
Everglades City Fire239-695-2902
Golden Gate Fire239-348-7540
Immokalee Fire239-657-2111
Isles of Capri Fire239-394-8770
Marco Island Police239-389-5050
Marco Island Fire239-389-5040
Naples Police and Fire239-213-4844
North Naples Fire239-597-3222
Emergency Management863-993-4831
Desoto County Fire863-993-4841
Arcadia Police863-993-4660
Emergency Management863-946-6020
Glades County Fire863-946-0566
Emergency Management863-674-5400
Clewiston Police863-983-1474
Clewiston Fire863-983-1499
Montura Fire863-983-1490
Emergency Management863-385-1112
Avon Park Police863-453-6622
Avon Park Fire863-453-6557
Lake Placid Police863-699-3757
Lake Placid Fire863-699-3753
Sebring Police863-471-5107
Sebring Fire863-471-5105
Emergency Management239-533-3622
Alva Fire239-728-2223
Bayshore Fire239-543-3443
Boca Grande Fire941-964-2908
Bonita Springs Fire239-949-6200
Captiva Fire239-472-9494
Cape Coral Police239-574-3223
Cape Coral Fire239-574-0501
Estero Fire239-390-8000
Fort Myers Fire239-321-7311
Fort Myers Police239-321-7700
Fort Myers Beach Fire239-590-4200
Fort Myers Shores Fire239-694-2833
Iona-McGregor Fire239-433-0660
Lehigh Acres Fire239-303-5300
Matlacha-Pine Island Fire239-283-0030
North Fort Myers Fire239-997-8654
Port Authority Fire239-590-4566
San Carlos Park Fire239-267-7525
Sanibel Police239-472-3111
Sanibel Fire239-472-5525
South Trail Fire239-433-0080
Tice Fire239-694-2380
Upper Captiva Fire239-472-8899
Ussepa Island Fire239-283-7578
Emergency Management941-749-3500
West Manatee Fire941-761-1555
Southern Manatee Fire941-751-7675
Cedar Hammock Fire941-751-7090
East Manatee Fire941-751-5611
Parrish Fire941-721-2093
Myakka City Fire941-322-6525
Bradenton Police941-932-9300
Bradenton Fire941-932-9600
Bradenton Beach Police941-778-6311
Duette Fire941-776-9900
Trailer Estates Fire941-758-6435
Holmes Beach Police941-708-5804
Longboat Key Police941-316-1977
Longboat Key Fire941-316-1944
Palmetto Police941-723-4587
North River Fire941-721-6700
Emergency Management (
Okeechobee County Fire863-763.5544
Okeechobee Police863-763-5521
Okeechobee Fire863-467-1586
Emergency Management941-861-5495
Sarasota County Call Center941-861-5000
Longboat Key Police941-316-1977
Longboat Key Fire941-316-1944
North Port Police941-429-7300
North Port Fire941-240-8150
Sarasota Police941-316-1201
Venice Police941-486-2444
Venice Fire941-480-3030


American Red Cross1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767)
Centers for Disease
Environmental Protection
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)1-800-621-FEMA (3362)
Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA)
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
National Weather
Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response Center
National Data Buoy
National Hurricane
National Oceanographic Data
National Coastal Data Development
NOAA Coastal Services
National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)
US Department of Homeland

NOAAWatch is a website offering information about ongoing environmental events. NOAAWatch explains the role of NOAAin prediction, monitoring, and recovery from environmental hazards. It provides public access to current information on a number of environmental threats ranging from oil spills, to hurricanes and tsunamis, to space weather.

Mobile NHC and NWS Weather Data

Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook RSS/XML feed
Website for PDAs and Smartphones

Radio Stations

WMTX 100.7 FM (Tampa)

WWRM 94.9 FM (Tampa)

WGCU 90.1 FM (Ft. Meyers)

WIKX 92.9 FM (Charlotte Harbor)

WSGL 103.1FM (Bonita Springs)

WQCS 88.9 FM (Ft. Pierce)

WCNO 89.9 FM (Palm City)

NOAA Weather Radio

162.400 MHz

162.425 MHz

162.450 MHz

162.475 MHz

162.500 MHz

162.525 MHz

162.550 MHz

My Florida 511

My Florida 511 is a free service of the Florida Department of Transportation. Travelers can dial 511 to access current information for specific routes and roadway segments, including:

• anticipated travel delays

• traffic accidents

• roadway blockages and lane closures.

When callers dial 511, the service automatically connects to the most local 511 service available from the current location. However, you can transfer to other Florida area 511 services from any Florida location. Through Florida 511, callers will be able to receive information on all interstate roads across the state, including:

I-4, I-10, I-75, I-95, I-110, I-175, I-195, I-275, I-295, I-375, I-395, I-595, and Florida’s Turnpike.

Callers can also transfer to a local 511 service for more detailed information and more road choices. The My Florida 511Website incorporates motion images from traffic cameras, e-mail alerts, public transportation information and customer feedback.  For more information, visit My Florida or the Florida Department of Transportation.


To download the latest version of this information in PDF form, click here.

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