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Leon County Uses Email to Keep Citizens Safe During a Hurricane

In the eye of the storm, crisis comms saves the day

In 2016, Leon County, Florida was directly hit by a hurricane for the first time in over 30 years. While the communications department worked to keep all citizens informed, they wanted to streamline and improve their outreach efforts in preparation for future emergencies.

Download this success story to learn how Leon County developed a crisis communications plan that leverages the GovDelivery Communications Cloud to provide up-to-the-minute details of emergencies to the public, media and other constituencies. You’ll also get an inside look at how the plan was put to the test to share vital information across channels before, during and after 2017’s devastating Hurricane Irma.

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