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Tropical Storm Eta flooded many homes and businesses in Pinellas County. The following rundown of advice and resources are still applicable to those impacted. General information FEMA Individual Assistance is not available at this time. Pinellas County is working diligently...
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While Redington Shores generally “dodged the bullet”, we know that some of our residents sustained serious flood damage to their homes. As the water receded, the town and its residents began the cleanup process. It is important that we understand...
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Redington Shores will be hosting the annual Hurricane and Flood Awareness Meeting on Thursday May 14th, 2020 at 6 pm via Go To Webinar....
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March 9th – 16th is Flood Awareness Week. Since our beautiful town, Redington Shores, is in a coastal high hazard area, we take this week to promote public education and awareness of potential weather hazards and methods of protection that...
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Redington Shores will be hosting the Annual Flood Insurance Workshop on Tuesday February 25th 2020 at 6 pm. The workshop will be held at Town Hall and will include: Updates on the Town’s amended Flood Ordinance and the FEMA 50%...
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There is a 1-3 ft storm surge warning for our area.  Although we don’t expect severe impacts from the storm, it is important we stay prepared.  Please monitor the weather closely.  A sandbag station is located behind Town Hall for...
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Hurricane season lasts until Nov. 30, and there may be additional storm threats Residents advised to hold onto sandbags through hurricane season. After the season, sandbags can be brought to the Solid Waste Disposal Facility for a fee. Sandbags should...
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Are YOU prepared? Hurricane Season begins June 1st! Make sure you are prepared. Join us for our Annual Flood & Hurricane Information Meeting on Thursday, May 16th, 2019, 7 p.m.  at Town Hall. We have a panel of experts ready...
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The Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), has determined that the Town of Redington Shores will increase to a Class 6 in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Community Rating System (CRS). The floodplain management activities implemented...
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