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-- HCFL Alert is Hillsborough County’s official mass notification system. HCFL Alert is designed to keep you informed about emergencies and certain non-emergency events in Hillsborough County. Create profile Edit Profile New Updates Operational...
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Driving a vehicle into a flooded area isn't just foolish and possibly illegal, it's potentially life threatening. The National Weather Service says more deaths occur due to flooding than from any other thunderstorm related hazard, including lightning and powerful winds. And more than half of all...
More than 1,000 fires are started by pets each year, and an estimated 500,000 pets are affected annually by residential fires. You know what to do for yourself and your family in case of fire, but do you know what to do when it comes to your pet? Here are some fire safety tips from Hillsborough...
Shelter in place means finding a safe location indoors and staying there until you are able to leave safely.  At home, work, school, or anywhere, sometimes sheltering in place correctly is necessary for certain emergency situations including: Potentially hazardous material ...
Did you know there are splash pads at two Hillsborough County's parks? Northdale Park and Recreation Center and All Persons Rotary Park in Brandon both have splash pads that are open to the public. Children can splash and play safely because drains ensure none of the water accumulates. Northdale...
At home, work, school, or anywhere, sometimes sheltering in place correctly is necessary for certain emergency situations. These may include potentially hazardous material, contaminated air, or even certain weather events like a tornado. Local authorities will alert you should there be a shelter...
HCFL Alert is Hillsborough County’s official mass notification system. HCFL Alert is designed to keep you informed about emergencies and certain non-emergency events in Hillsborough County. By registering, you’ll receive time-sensitive, important messages – straight from us to...
Your first stop for all things dealing with public safety, from signing up for HCFL Alerts and ways to stay safe during weather related emergencies to issues regarding public health concerns.
In the event of an emergency, Hillsborough County has emergency shelters for residents and visitors. Shelters are a last resort, and should be used only if you have no other options for evacuation. We encourage residents to evacuate with friends or family to a safe area. Shelter...
Hurricane Evacuation Assessment Tool (HEAT) The Hurricane Evacuation Assessment Tool (HEAT) assists Hillsborough County residents in determining if they are in one of the five evacuation zones. It also provides information on shelters. Search evacuation information by owner name, address, or...
Create A Profile Edit Your Profile Get Connected. Stay Alert. HCFL Alert is Hillsborough County’s official mass notification system. HCFL Alert is designed to keep you informed about emergencies and certain non-emergency events in Hillsborough County. By registering,...