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ISAIAS - St. Johns County Information

 Jul 30 - Aug 03, 2020

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St. Johns County Emergency
Operations Center Hotline

St. Johns County Emergency Management has
Updated Local 
Information.

St. Johns County Emergency
Operations Center Hotline
904-824-5550

8:00 AM to Midnight
Sunday, August 2, and

Resuming at 6 AM
Monday, August 3


Tropical Storm ISAIAS

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National Hurricane Center
Hurricane and Other Tropical Storm Projected Paths


Prepare Now!
Hurricane Season
COVID-19 Update

Preparing for hurricane season can be stressful, and because the 2020 hurricane season comes during the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be especially so.

As ISAIAS approaches, listen to local officials on questions related to how you may need to adjust any plans based on the latest health and safety guidelines from the  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  and your local officials.

 

(FEMA Video) COVID-19: Plan Ahead for How to Deal with Disasters During Coronavirus

 

St. Johns County
Hurricane Preparedness
Official Guide

Be Ready for Hurricanes!
Before & After
Download the infographic

Being Prepared:
Emergency Disaster Kit
Page 9

Being Prepared:
Before The Storm
Page 17

 

DOH - St. Johns County
Emergency Preparedness & Response
Hurricane Preparedness Information
CLICK HERE

 

General Guidance

BEFORE

  • Preparing for a Hurricane or Other Tropical Storm
    • Cover windows with storm shutters or plywood.
    • Tune in for local information.
    • Know how to turn off your gas, electricity, and water in case you need to evacuate.
    • Secure outdoor items by moving them to the garage.
    • Make an emergency kit, including at least a 7 day supply of food, water, and medicine.
    • Designate a shelter area if you cannot evacuate. Rooms without windows are best.

AFTER

  • Stay Safe After a Hurricane or Other Tropical Storm
    • If your home has damage, do not reenter until it has been examined by a building inspector for safety.
    • Prevent mold growth; by airing out rooms and disinfecting.
    • Tap water may not be safe to drink. Listen to local warnings. More information
    • Throw away food that may be unsafe. More information
    • Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Use generators, stoves, and grills outside and away from windows and doors.

Shelter Information

CDC — Severe Weather, and COVID-19

Know how the COVID-19 pandemic can affect disaster preparedness and recovery, and what you can do to keep yourself and others safe. Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for information on Going to a Public Disaster Shelter During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

 

Special Medical Needs Shelter - ASL

Shelter information for St. Johns County can be found on the following pages of the  St. Johns County Hurricane Preparedness Official Guide:

General Shelters
Disaster Sheltering
Page 22

General Shelter
Locations
Page 23

Pet Friendly Shelter
Information
Page 24

Special Needs Shelter
Information
Page 25


Evacuation Information

Evacuation information for St. Johns County can be found on the following pages of the  St. Johns County  Hurricane Preparedness Official Guide:

St. Johns County
Evacuation Information
Page 19

St. Johns County
Evacuation Zone Map
Page 31


Stay Informed

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St. Johns County Emergency Notification System:

Alert St. Johns

 

National Hurricane Center

Stay Informed of Hurricane or Other Tropical Storm paths! Visit the National Hurricane Center.

St. Johns County Emergency Management

For more information on Hurricanes or Other Tropical Storms, please call the St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center Hotline at 904-824-5550.

St. Johns County Evacuation Zones

Know your Evacuation Zone! Visit St. Johns County Emergency Management for more information.

St. Johns County Shelter Locations

St. Johns County Emergency Management has Shelter Location information.

NOAA Weather Radio

St. Johns County Emergency Management has local information regarding new NOAA Radio Station Frequencies for use in certain areas of St. Johns County.

FloridaDisaster.org

Florida Division of Emergency Management


St. Johns County Emergency Management

St. Johns County
Emergency Management

St. Johns County Emergency Management has up-to-date local information.

St. Johns County Emergency
Operations Center Hotline
904-824-5550

8:00 AM to Midnight
Sunday, August 2, and

Resuming at 6 AM
Monday, August 3

 

Special Medical Needs Shelter - ASL


City of Saint AugustineCity of St. Augustine Response Information

Residents and businesses within the City Limits of St. Augustine can get more information from the City of St. Augustine.


City of Saint Augustine BeachCity of St. Augustine BeachResponse Information

 Residents and businesses within the City Limits of St. Augustine can get more information from the City of St. Augustine Beach website.

 


Deaf and Hard of Hearing Resources in ASL

  • Live Access ASL is a Facebook livestream public group where interpreters provide interpretations for free for inaccessible press conferences and announcements.

Emergency Preparedness for the
Deaf & Hard of Hearing – ASL


Use Masks to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19 This Hurricane Season

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