|Executive Order 022-11
Mayor Jane Castor has declared a State of Local Emergency (EO #2022-11)
Find Your Evacuation Zone
Hillsborough County has issued a mandatory evacuation for Zone A and a voluntary evacuation for Zone B starting at 2 pm on Monday, September 26th. Find your evacuation zone here on the Hillsborough County website
Hillsborough County has opened emergency shelters for Hurricane Ian. Shelter locations can be found here.
Florida’s Price Gouging Hotline
Attorney General Ashley Moody has activated Florida’s Price Gouging Hotline
with Tropical Storm Ian approaching the state. Anyone who suspects price gouging can report it to the Florida Attorney General’s Office by using the No Scam app, visiting MyFloridaLegal.com or calling 1(866) 9NO-SCAM.
City of Tampa Road Flood Map
Do not drive through flooded waters. Follow all flood safety precautions
and review reported flooded areas on the City of Tampa Flood Map
TECO Outage Map
Review the TECO Outage Map
for information on outages before, during, or after the storm.
City of Tampa Flood and Natural Hazards Citizens Guide
It's important to know both your Flood Zone and your Evacuation Zone, and the difference between them. A home may be in a non-evacuation zone, but still be in a high risk flood zone because of a nearby pond or stream. Alternatively, a home could be in a low risk flood zone, but still in an early evacuation zone because of storm surge projections or high winds. The City of Tampa Flood and Natural Hazards Citizens Guide
provides explanatory information on hurricanes, storm surges, evacuation zones, and more.
National Weather Service Tampa Bay
For hurricane track updates, follow the National Weather Service Tampa Bay on Twitter
and access their website here