Brevard County to distribute flood cleanup kits at select libraries after Hurricane Ian

Kits will be issued at libraries in the most-impacted areas

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – Brevard County is partnering with the Salvation Army to distribute flood cleanup kits to county residents impacted by Hurricane Ian, officials announced Friday.

While supplies last, kits will be distributed at libraries in the most-impacted areas across the county starting on Saturday.

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The cleanup kits, which are designed to clean and disinfect homes following hurricanes or floods, contain a 5-gallon bucket, 14 inch broom, 14 inch squeegee, mop head, brushes, sponge, work gloves, rubber gloves, mask, heavy duty garbage bags and liquid cleaner.

The following libraries will facilitate kit distribution during regular operating hours:

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