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Please join the Town of Redington Shores at a virtual Hurricane Preparedness Workshop, May 11th, 6:30pm – 8:00pm. Learn what to do before, during, and after a storm to keep you and your property safe.  ...
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Pinellas County Emergency Management is hosting the 2021 Condominium Hurricane Summit on March 31st from 10-11:30....
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MAYOR HENDERSON INVITES BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS TO: FLOODING AND INSURANCE, WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Tuesday, March 30, 2021  6:00 PM – 7:30 PM  Via ZOOM A property owner’s insurance policy covers a lot, but it won’t cover flood damage....
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March 8th – 15th 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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Help is now available for eligible Pinellas County individuals, businesses and private nonprofit organizations who suffered economic losses due to Tropical Storm Eta. Pinellas County has received a Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Declaration, which has created funding for low-interest...
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LINK TO WEBINAR LINK TO ALL WEBINAR RESOURCES REPORT ETA DAMAGE RESIDENTS BUSINESSES PINELLAS COUNTY Overall disaster information: www.pinellascounty.org/resident/disasters.htm KNOW YOUR RISK: Know Your Zone:  https://kyz.pinellascounty.org (Evacuation zone information) Storm Surge Protector App: http://egis.pinellascounty.org/apps/stormsurgeprotector/index.html   (Shows potential storm surge levels for...
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The Town Commission sent a clear message to the estimated 200 owners of homes damaged by Tropical Storm Eta. Help is on the way in making the repairs needed to restore homes to pre-storm conditions, and will, in a number...
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Pinellas County has launched a new Disaster Risk Survey as part of an effort to understand our community’s vulnerabilities to a major disaster....
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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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