Hillsborough County Lifts Evacuation Order Shelters Put together to Conclude Operations – Hillsborough County
Posted September 29, 2022 | 9:08 AM
Hurricane Ian Replace No. 17
Please be aware that MacDill Air Drive Base stays closed. The bottom is assessing damages and can publicize when it’s secure to return to the bottom.
Hillsborough County, Fla. (Sept. 29, 2022) – As the trail of Hurricane Ian takes it and its imminent hazardous situations away from Hillsborough County, and following preliminary security assessments, County Administrator Bonnie M. Sensible has rescinded current Orders of Evacuation for Hillsborough County.
After sheltering over 8,000 evacuees in 47 normal inhabitants, pet-friendly, and special- wants shelters, Hillsborough County is getting ready to conclude sheltering operations or transitioning shelter availability for evacuees who proceed to want help. Residents whose properties have been broken are inspired to discover a secure place to remain. That place is likely to be with household, pals, or at a close-by resort.
Public officers urge residents returning to their properties to drive with warning, listening to the roadway, not drive by way of obstructions or standing water, and to keep away from downed energy traces. Bear in mind that some visitors alerts are usually not functioning. At all times stay alert when driving.
Residents with out digital entry are inspired to name 833-HC STORM or 833-427-8676, the County’s storm data line, for data on Hurricane Ian or go to HCFLGov.net/StaySafe.