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Drinking water. Flashlights and extra batteries. Personal items. Non-perishable food. These are among the supplies many people add to their hurricane preparedness kits without a second thought. But for parents of infants and toddlers, there's one more important item that might be overlooked: a pack...
A pandemic during hurricane season is placing unprecedented emphasis on the need to get emergency supplies and vital information to people in need. Fortunately, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers are lending capable hands. The four Hillsborough County CERT teams that routinely...
Hurricane Season began on June 1st. The existing COVID-19 pandemic will bring new challenges to a hurricane season predicted to have 40% more storm activity that a typical hurricane season. We had residents of Hillsborough County take a survey to give us an understanding of how they are preparing...
Hillsborough County Office of Emergency Management is prepared to help keep you and your family safe no matter what the disaster. However, it’s important that we all do our part to prepare for disaster. Whether the threat is man-made, or a natural hazard such as lightning, tornado, wildfire,...
Here you'll find useful stories and information about preparing for storm and hurricane season in Hillsborough County.
Hillsborough County is part of a multi-year process led by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to update coastal flood maps. The coastal flood risks shown on today's flood maps are based on obsolete data and technology more than 30 years old. The 2007 countywide flood map update did not...
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...