PO Box 5003

Navarre Beach, Fl 32566



Peter Birckhead

Vice President

Gary Buroker


Michelle Auwaerter


Kathy Boulton



November 16

December 21

All Meetings will be held on the 3rd Saturday of each month beginning at 10:00 am unless specified otherwise at Juana’s Pagoda

(New Navarre Press subscribers and new NBLRA members only.)


Emergency Alert Radio Stations


WAAZ 104.7 FM

WBSR 1450 AM

WCOA 1370 AM

WCQQ 101.1 FM

WDWR 1230 AM

WEBY 1330 AM

WECM 1940 AM

WEGS 91.7 FM

WFTW 1260 AM

WGCX 95.7 FM

WJLQ100.7 FM

WJSB 1050 AM

WKSM 99.5 FM

WMEZ 94.1 FM

WNCV 93.3 FM

WTGF 90.5 FM

WTJT 90.1 FM

WTKE 98.1 FM

WTKE 1400 AM

WTKX 101.5 FM

WUWF 88.1 FM


WXBM 102.7 FM

WXEI 95.3 FM

WYCT 98.7 FM

WYZB 105.5 FM

WZNS 96.5 FM

WNRP 1620 AM

WNVY 1090 AM

WNVY 1070 AM

WPCS 89.5 FM

WPFL 105.1 FM


WPSM 91.1 FM

WRKN 100.3 FM


WRRX 106.1 FM


Get notified with Breaking News and emergency information in Santa Rosa County


Cell phone providers may charge a fee for transmitting breaking new and this will be the responsibility of the citizen. Check with your local provider be fore registering.


Santa Rosa County is working with local media to alert residents during emergency alerts, Current emergency warning systems can interrupt cable TV broadcasts on Mediacom channel 27 and post alerts to the crawler on The Weather Channel. The county also notifies residents through  the automatic call system and use the Emergency Alert System. E-breaking news can alert more residents in addition to those existing systems.

Hurricane Preparedness


The following information is taken from various publications, including the Navarre Press, Northwest Florida Daily News, etc.


If you would like to see specific or additional information please e-mail Devra Edwards @ Colorado_Sapphire@live.com with your specific requests and I’ll try to get the information for you.


In Case of Emergency:

Items to include in an emergency supply kit




1)  Water, one gallon per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation.

2) Food, three days’ supply of nonperishable food.

3) Radios, battery-powered or hand-crank radio and a NOAA Weather Radio with tone alert and extra batteries for both.

4) Flashlight with extra batteries.

5) First aid kit.

6) Whistle, to signal for help.

7) Dust masks to filter contaminated air.

8) Plastic sheeting and duct tape to shelter-in-place.

9) Garbage bags with moist towelettes and plastic ties for personal sanitation.

10) Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities.

11) Can opener.

12) Local maps.


Also consider:


1)  Prescription medications and glasses.

2) Infant formula and diapers.

3) Pet food and extra water for pets.

4) Important family documents – including copies of insurance policies, identification and bank account records – in a waterproof, portable container.

5) Cash or traveler’s checks and change.

6) Emergency reference material like a first aid manual.

7) Sleeping bags or warm blankets for each person.

8) Household chlorine bleach and a medicine dropper – A solution of nine parts water to one part bleach can be used as disinfectant and water can be treated with 16 drops of bleach per gallon.

9) Fire extinguisher.

10) Matches in a waterproof container.

11) Feminine supplies and personal hygiene items.

12) Mess kits, paper cups, plates and plastic utensils and paper towels.

13) Paper and pencils.

14) Books, games, puzzles and/or other activities for children.

Source: U.S. Department of Homeland Security


Getting prepared for power outages

During a storm and for some period of time following, many residents will face interruptions in their power and may not have water.


If a blackout is expected, there are some things you can do:


 1)  Register life-sustaining electrical equipment with your utility company.

 2) Purchase a generator or find out where you can rent one if you use life-sustaining equipment that requires electricity.

 3) Make sure you have the contact number for your utility company available.

 4) Learn how to open your garage door, if you have one, without electricity.

 5) Put together a power outage kit, containing items such as glow sticks, flashlights, a battery-powered radio, extra batteries and a wind-up clock.

 6) Make sure you have a source of fuel.

 7) Get a corded or battery-powered telephone; cordless phones do not work without electricity.

 8) Unplug computers and other similar equipment to protect them from power surges.



If the power outage is going to be lengthy, make sure you:


1) Report the power outage to your utility company.

2) Once you’ve reported it, don’t use your telephone or cell phone. Phone lines are needed for emergency use, and you shouldn’t call 911 unless you need police, fire or emergency medical personnel.

3) Disconnect all appliances to protect them from possible low voltage damage.

4) Stay away from downed power lines.  This is an acceptable emergency use of your phone.

5) Conserve water.

6) Keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed to extend the time the appliances continue to cool.

7) Maintain proper ventilation if cooking on kerosene stoves.

8) Make sure your home is properly wired for a generator connection, and connect lights and appliances directly to the generator, not the existing electrical system.

9)  Leave one light switch in the on position to alert you when service is restored.


Source: Santa Rosa County Emergency Management


Locations to obtain life-sustaining emergency relief supplies until power is restored:


Chumuckla Elementary School

2312 County Rd 182, Jay


Munson Elementary School

11550 Munson Highway, Milton


King Middle School

5928 Stewart Street, Milton


Pace Assembly of God

3948 US-90, Pace


Bray-Hendricks Park

5259 Booker Lane, Jay


Across from Hickory

Hammock Church

8351 Hickory Hammock Rd.,

East Milton


Gulf Breeze Middle School

549 Gulf Breeze Blvd., Gulf Breeze


Gulf Breeze Tiger Point

Recreation Area

1370 Tiger Point Lane, Midway


Navarre high School

8600 High School Blvd., Navarre

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