Hurricane Resources

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    The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners and the Department of Economic Development congratulate the following new businesses. Read on...
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    Calvert County Public Works to Conduct Lusby Sewer Line Repairs

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Good to Know: 

Hurricane Watch Versus Hurricane Warning

A hurricane watch is issued when a tropical cyclone containing winds of at least 74 MPH poses a possible threat, generally within 48 hours. A watch does not mean hurricane conditions will occur, only that these conditions are possible. Hurricane-force winds may also be accompanied by storm surges, coastal flooding, and/or river flooding.

A hurricane warning is issued when hurricane-force winds are expected within 24 hours. A hurricane warning can remain in effect when dangerously high water or a combination of dangerously high water and exceptionally high waves continue, even though winds may be less than hurricane force. In the event of a hurricane warning, secure your home and bring in outdoor furniture. Charge your cellphone and complete your storm preparation. Listen for emergency information and alerts, if directed to do so by local officials immediately leave the threatened area.

Stay Aware!

Get the Calvert Prepare App

The app includes emergency alerts, local weather and power outages, storm-related closures, social media, traffic updates, Emergency Management contact information, preparedness guidance and an interactive emergency kit checklist. This app is intended to be utilized as an addition to your primary means of emergency notification.

Download the app for free Apple App Store or Google Play.

Calvert Alerts

Sign up to Calvert County Alerts and get critical information quickly. Alerts can be sent direct to your home phone, mobile phone, business phone or email.


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Emergency Alert Stations

  • WPTX 1690 AM Lexington Park     
  • WMDM 97.7 FM Lexington Park 
  • WTOP 103.5 FM Washington, D.C.    
  • WKIK 1560 AM La Plata             
  • WKIK 102.9 FM California 
  • WPRS 104.1 FM Waldorf
  • WSMD 98.3 FM Mechanicsville


After the Storm

Services During an Emergency

In the event of an emergency, the county will provide services to assist residents when these services are available information on delivery will appear on here.


  • During an evacuation
  • During an extended power outage or during a heat- or cold-related event
  • If homes have been damaged to the point of being non-inhabitable

Emergency Food and Water

In the event of a catastrophic failure of the infrastructure to supply food and water to the population, food and water obtained from State and local resources will be provided at identified points of distribution.


During an emergency that involves flooding, sandbags will be provided to a level that will mitigate the damage to a person's property.

Coordination of Resources

Through the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) the resources necessary to respond to an incident that extends beyond the capability of local resources and normal mutual aid to Calvert County will be completed.