Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane season runs annually from June 1 through November 30. Are you prepared? Check out the information below for links, tips, and contact information that you should know before a storm hits.

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Palm trees being blown by strong wind

Emergency Preparedness Links

  • Evacuation Level Lookup: Enter your address and you will be provided information on not only your evacuation level, but also the closest shelter, the closest special needs shelter, and the closest hotel accommodations
  • Pinellas County Emergency Management: This link provides access to Pinellas County's Emergency Management website, with information about special needs registration, shelter information, safety tips, and more.
  • Pinellas County Hurricane Guide: This document is prepared by the Pinellas County Emergency Management staff
  • Hurricane Categories Video: This video showcases the differences in impact for each category of hurricane
  • Prepare for Emergencies, Seniors: This American Red Cross page specifies the recommended steps for senior citizens to take in case of an emergency weather event
  • General Pet Care, Disaster Preparedness: In this link, the ASPCA outlines steps to be taken to ensure pet safety in case of evacuation and/or an emergency event

Hurricane Symposium Video Footage

On Monday, April 23, 2018, the Town of Belleair joined with the City of Belleair Bluffs to host "Sheltering in Place: A Hurricane Awareness Symposium." Video footage taken at that event is currently being edited by Pinellas County, and once this process is complete, we will be posting a copy of it here for your convenience.

Thank you for your patience.

After the Storm

After a storm hits, it's important to be patient and follow the tips outlined in the following image. Click here to download a link to the below flyer, titled "After the Storm."