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2004 Hurricane Season: Five years Later

Hurricane CharleyIt has been five years since the record-setting 2004 Atlantic Hurricane Season brought Floridians four hurricanes in just 44 days. Hurricanes Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne will forever live in the minds of Florida’s residents and visitors as some of the most destructive and dangerous storms to ever hit the United States. Today, however, we can reflect on the incredible progress made over the last five years by our communities, in cooperation with local, state and federal government partners.  As a result of this strong partnership, Florida is better prepared to withstand future disasters.

Unified Command: Partnership for a Stronger Florida

Facts on Each Storm:

Hurricane Charley

Hurricane Frances

Hurricane Ivan

Hurricane Jeanne

Videos:

From the Front Lines: The 2004 Hurricanes


From the Front Lines: Remembering Hurricane Charley


From the Front Lines: Hurricanes Frances & Jeanne


Looking Back: Hurricane Ivan


Fortified: Charlotte County Public Schools


More Protected: Volusia County Fire Services



Stronger: Panhandle Homes Hardened Against High Winds

 

2004 Hurricane Photos

Hurricane Charley damage
2004 Hurricane Season Photos

 

Updated:
August 11, 2011 12:00

 

 

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