National Emergency Management Organization
“Preserving Life and Property”
6:30 A.M. MONDAY, 21ST AUGUST 2017
REMNANTS OF TROPICAL STORM HARVEY APPROACHING BELIZE
The National Emergency Management Organization in collaboration with the National Meteorological Service hereby informs the public that remnants of Tropical Storm Harvey is expected to cross over the country tomorrow Tuesday 22 August, 2017. There is still a chance for redevelopment before it reaches our coastline. We can expect wind gusts, heavy rainfall and squally conditions.
- The public is advised to take actions to protect life and property. If you are exposed to bad weather conditions make the necessary arrangements to lessen the impact on your home and family.
- Fishers and seagoing members of the public are advised to take the necessary precautions to reduce injury and loss of
- Farmers are encouraged to attend to their crops and animals to reduce
- Drivers are always reminded to drive with extreme
NEMO emergency coordinators can be reached as follows:
- Corozal, Williard Levy at 623 0237;
- Orange Walk, Ms. Suliema Celiz at 605 5046, or Mr. Aragon at 636 6094;
- Belize District, Mr. Lionel Tillett at 6154834 and Mr. Kevin Pollard at 621 2275;
- San Pedro, Ms. Vanessa Parham at 632 3698;
- Belize City, Timrose Augustine at 600 8672 or Councillor Willoughby at 630 9793;
- Belmopan, Clare Moody at 630 9791;
- Cayo, Mr. Al Westby at 630 3224 or Mr. Johnny Ramclam at 625 2526;
- Stann Creek, Mr. Keith Emmanuel at 615 9711; and
- Toledo, Mr. Kenton Parham at 630
- The NEMO Emergency Hotline is 936. NEMO REMAINS ON
The public is asked to continue monitor the remnants of TS Harvey and to pay attention to the official reports and advisories from the National Meteorological Service and NEMO.