6

Hurricane Preparedness Resources

As natural disasters continue to occur with increasing regularity, it's important for hotel owners to ensure you have the proper resources to prepare for these events and begin the recovery process afterwards. Please see below for content from AAHOA and state lodging association partners for information on how to get started.

FEMA-Logo-Blue-Background-1000x665

FEMA and State Emergency Management Resources

Each state has a website with information on preparing and recovering from natural disasters. If you have not already, please download the FEMA and your state's Emergency Management app (if available) to receive alerts, view evacuation routes, get safety reminders, locate open shelters, find disaster assistance, and upload photos to help first responders.


stormseason

FEMA and State Hurricane Preparedness Guides


Make sure you familiarize yourself with the FEMA Emergency Management Guide for Business and Industry for a step-by-step approach to emergency planning, response, and recovery for businesses of all sizes. You can also view your state's hurricane guides below.

Alabama: Be Ready
Florida Emergency Preparedness Guide
Georgia Hurricane Guide
Louisiana Emergency Preparedness Guide
Maryland Hurricane Evacuation Guide
North Carolina Hurricane Preparedness Guide
South Carolina 2018 Hurricane Guide
Virginia Hurricane Preparedness Guide


order

Protecting Your Business: State Price Gouging Laws.


Price gouging laws go into effect in most states while under a State of Emergency. State law may prohibit extreme increases in the price of essential commodities, such as food, ice, gas, hotels, lumber and water during a state of emergency. Please watch our Hotels and Price Gouging: What Hotel Companies Should Know webinar and see below for your state's specific price gouging laws. 

Alabama Price Gouging Laws
Florida Price Gouging Laws
Georgia Price Gouging Laws
Louisiana Price Gouging Laws
North Carolina Price Gouging Laws
South Carolina Price Gouging Laws
Virginia Price Gouging Laws


170827-A-ZW944-026A

Working with Emergency Responders


In times of emergency, AAHOA stands ready to support emergency responders and local officials to assist impacted communities on evacuations and on finding temporary accommodations for displaced residents, as well as helping to feed first responders. If possible, offering a discounted room rate, or even complimentary services, to those impacted is most welcome.

Who are your local heroes? Email pr@aahoa.com to share your stories of strength and rescue during this time.

Lodging

Additional Resources