Evacuation Zone Lookup
Where to Go - Public Shelters/Hotels/Motels
Temporary Shelter -
Now What? - What to Do, When to Act
Recovery Info & Links
Evacuation Routes & Shelters
- North County Evacuation Routes & Shelters
- Mid County Evacuation Routes & Shelters
- South County Evacuation Routes & Shelters
In the News
Prepare to Survive
- The NEW Ready Pinellas App: For checklists, preparedness assistance and information download the new mobile app at Google Play and Apple Store . Ready Pinellas Guide
- Do you know your zone? - Storm surge levels have changed. Your evacuation zone may be impacted. Check your zone. Enter your address and you will be provided information not only your evacuation level, but also the closest shelter or special needs shelter and the closest hotel accommodations.
- All Hazard Guide:
County government works with municipal, state and federal partners to ensure residents and visitors are warned of life-threatening hazards; preparing for these dangers is everyone’s responsibility. In daily life, we all rely on basic services such as electricity, running water and safe roadways to access food, medical care and other necessities. Imagine living for days or even weeks without these essentials as emergency crews work to clean up after a hurricane or other disaster.
All Hazard Preparedness (Vietnamese)
- Sign up for Alert Pinellas - An emergency notification service. It is FREE to our residents and will give us multiple ways to get the word to you whenever an urgent situation arises.
- Rip Currents - Residents and visitors are reminded to be mindful of risks. NOAA detailed information.
- Business & Professional:
- Other Resources:
- American Red Cross / Types of Emergencies
- Zika virus
- FEMA - Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Florida Hazard Watch: Wildfire Information
- Flooding Information - The Cost of Flooding
- Hurricane & Prepare to Survive Videos
- E-lert Newsletter
- Learn about texting during emergencies
- If You See Something, Say Something - Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is encouraging you to take part in the If You See Something, Say Something campaign and be on the lookout for suspicious activity. You could prevent the next petty theft, bank robbery, or major terrorist attack with a simple phone call.
Call 9-1-1 in case of emergency. The non-emergency administration number is (727) 582-6200 and both numbers are staffed 24 hours a day.
Emergency weather informational links, current local weather conditions, local media stations, gulf temperature and tide information.
Pinellas County Emergency Management committing to work with NOAA and other Ambassadors to strengthen national resilience against extreme weather.
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