As of Friday evening this is the most recent track from the National Hurricane Center. Please protect yourselves and remember that we are all capable of helping others as we’ve seen in Houston with Harvey. After you attend to your own preparations, we’d like to encourage you to check on your neighbors who need your help to prepare. I’ve been inspired by what I’ve seen in our community over the last few days. You’re in our thoughts and prayers.
Keller Williams is already coordinating relief efforts and supplies and logistics are under way. We will update this space with more information in the future.
For up-to-date information here’s a list of the account of local authorities on T’witter. In the case of emergency 911 and not Twitter is the best way to reach Emergency Services:
- CityofTampa – City of Tampa
- AlertTampa – Tampa Emergency Info
- TampaFireRescue – Tampa Fire & Rescue
- HillsboroughFL – Hillsborough County
- HillsFireRescue – Hillsborough County Fire & Rescue
- PinellasCoNews – Pinellas County
- PInellasEM – Pinellas Emergency Info
- StPeteFR – St Pete Fire & Rescue
- Pasco_FL_OEM – Pasco County Emergency Info
- PascoCountyPIO – Pasco County Public Information Office
- Pasco_911 – Pasco County 911
Evacuation & Shelter Maps (PDF Links): (Please note that the GIS systems which are the backbone of the online evacuation maps have been running very slowly due to demand).
ALERT Emergency Notification Programs: Sign up to receive emergency notifications and informational alerts directly from authorities.
- Tampa – https://www.tampagov.net/emergency-management/alert-tampa
- Hillsborough County – https://hillsboroughcounty.org/en/residents/public-safety/emergency-management/hcfl-alert
- Pasco – http://egov.pascocountyfl.net/AlertPasco/
- St. Petersburg – http://www.stpete.org/news/alert_stpete.php
- Pinellas – http://www.pinellascounty.org/alertpinellas/