The time to put your survival plan into action is when forecasters predict a hurricane is headed toward Pinellas County. Click here to view the online version of the Official Hurricane Guide for the Tampa Bay Region and your county's Evacuation Zone Map and Shelter List. The Florida Division of Emergency Management, Division of Community Planning and Department of Transportation in coordination with the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council have developed the Statewide Regional Evacuation Study for the Tampa Bay Region. Click here for the Project Phoenix website, and to view the video and documents that outline the catastrophic hurricane scenario. We hope you will use the information on this site to make your family and business disaster plans and to ensure your family's safety and security.


The Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, along with the State of Florida and others, is working to improve coordination and collaboration in disaster housing planning within Florida.
The 2015 Tampa Bay Disaster Planning Guide, the region's Official Hurricane Guide, includes your county's hurricane evacuation map and information on what you need to do to prepare for hurricane season. Recent hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes, and the tragic events of September 11th have emphasized the need for everyone - families, businesses, agencies and institutions - to be prepared.
This web site is part of the official regional awareness program prepared and sponsored by the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council (TBRPC), your County Emergency Management Agency, the National Weather Service and the American Red Cross and the Florida Division of Emergency Management.
Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council has developed a disaster survival guide for small businesses.


Learn what local governments and citizens are doing to protect the community from future disasters.
Learn how you can be involved in protecting your neighborhood, training opportunities, speakers for your group and grant information.
While the approach of a hurricane can be an anxious time, living through the storm can be terrifying.



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