Prepare to Survive:
- It's Here!---All Hazard Guide 2016:
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.
- 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.
- Evacuation Zone Level Lookup -
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.
Residents and visitors are reminded to be mindful of risks posed by rip currents .
- Business & Professional:
- Other Resources:
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.