The 2017 hurricane season brought three category 4 land falling hurricanes to the United States, affecting millions of Americans in Texas, Florida, and across Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. The significant impacts from the wind damage, storm surge, and precipitation, in addition to the disruption to the economy, will not be fully realized for years to come. More importantly, the American Meteorological Society and its members recognize and empathize with the intense heartache and pain suffered by thousands of displaced residents and survivors. AMS will highlight Hurricane's Harvey, Irma and Maria with a Presidential Town Hall Meeting on Monday during its Annual Meeting. Topics to be addressed at the symposium include an overview of the season and it's impacts, the forecasts, communication and response, the extent to which climate change may or may not have contributed, the social costs of these hurricanes, and the plans for recovery and resilience. For additional information, please contact Tanja Fransen (email@example.com).