The latest on our networks and our response efforts. Plus, how we support communities during major emergencies.
Verizon provided local customers with unlimited calling, texting & data and made a donation to help with relief efforts.
See how Verizon supported residents, businesses and first responders in Lee County and other areas.
Verizon’s network performed well during and following the earthquake.
See how Verizon responded to the California wildfires.
As recovery work continues in Florida, Verizon expands 3 months of free monthly access to customers in 9 counties most heavily impacted by Hurricane Michael; $1M to relief efforts.
Whether snow, rain, wind, quake or fire, Verizon’s networks are ready.
Tips for staying connected
Extreme weather conditions can cause property damage and power outages.
Power outage checklist
Review the power outage checklist from the American Red Cross.
Winter storm checklist
Review the winter storm checklist from the American Red Cross.
Get in touch. Find answers.
Here's a list of ways you can reach us if any of your services are affected by an emergency.
Watch this video from @VerizonNews & AccuWeather to learn what you can do to prepare and stay safe.
Verizon works closely with non-profits and government agencies.
Verizon offers data relief to those most impacted by Midwest floods – March 2019
9-1-1 operators do important, life-saving work that deserves recognition.
Verizon’s 5G First Responder Lab is a first-of-its-kind innovation incubator that gives companies access to 5G technology to develop and refine 5G solutions for public safety.
Verizon is supporting impacted residents, businesses and first responders following Sunday’s tornadoes in Lee County, Alabama, and the surrounding areas.
Read about our response to Hurricane Michael.