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Governor Scott declares State of Emergency for all 67 counties The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Watch for all of Pinellas County, with a 25 – 30 percent chance the county will see sustained tropical storm force...
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Alberto update: Sustained 20 mph with gusts to 40 mph possible Saturday night and Sunday. Dangerous boating conditions Tonight through Monday with waves 6-10 feet and gusts to gale force High Surf and Rip Currents this afternoon through Monday 2-5”...
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FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY EVENING… The NWS in Tampa Bay Area – Ruskin FL has issued a * Flood Watch for portions of central Florida, northern Florida, south central Florida, southwest Florida, and west central...
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Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office detectives are encouraging the public to be on alert to recent phone scams occurring in Pinellas County. The suspects are calling residents in Pinellas County identifying themselves as a Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office sergeant or a...
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UPDATE (1/31/2018 2:30 pm)  Pinellas: 911 service fully restored All customers should dial 911 to report emergencies. As of 1 p.m. today, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 911 service has been fully restored in Pinellas County. All those needing to report an...
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Attention residents! If you are planning a garage sale, please be aware that it is now necessary to obtain a permit from Town Hall. Please stop by Town Hall to obtain your permit. Thank you....
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The company Ash Britt is starting to clean-up the debris from the storm. They are using a claw truck to pick up the yard debris. Please do not store your debris next to your mailbox, fire hydrants or utility boxes...
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Pinellas County residents with roof damage due to Hurricane Irma can sign up for Operation Blue Roof, a priority mission of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) starting Friday, Sept. 15. The program...
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Besides power outages, the next biggest problem left behind from Hurricane Irma for most Pinellas County residents is debris. Disaster debris can contain an unsegregated mixture of hazardous and solid waste debris. Please follow the guidance in the PDF below...
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Look out for price gouging. It is illegal for anyone to sell necessary goods or services at higher than normal prices during a state of emergency.  Click here for more information. Use caution when returning home.  Click here for a list...
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