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After Hurricane Irma: Important links, resources and tips for Tampa Bay Area residents

After Hurricane Irma: Important links, resources and tips for Tampa Bay Area residents

  • RELATED | Important post-hurricane information county by county

    Here’s what you need to know, and who you might need to contact, in the aftermath of Irma:
    Power outages are common in the area, with some customers not expected to have electricity until the end of the week.

  • HURRICANE IRMA AFTER THE STORM HEADLINES
    Tampa Bay Area Closures and Alerts | Check current traffic conditions | I-75 threatened by flooding | How to register for FEMA disaster assistance | MAP: Publix locations in Tampa Bay | Garbage Recycling pick-up after Irma | FEMA: What counties are eligible

    Storm debris collection schedule around Tampa Bay Area: 
     

     

     
    Here’s a list of Tampa Bay Area counties with their sheriff contact info, citizens information and school sites for closure Office Contact Info: (813) 247-8200
    Hillsborough County Schools will reopen schools on Monday, September 18
    Hillsborough Community College classes will resume Monday, Sept. 18

    Manatee

    Sheriff’s Office Contact Info: 947-747-3011
    Manatee County Schools plan to reopen on Monday, September 18
    Manatee County has also posted a list of post-Hurricane procedures for their residents.

  • pic.twitter.com/47YMTbFRUD— SarasotaCountyGov (@SRQCountyGov) September 14, 2017

     
    Polk

    Sheriff’s Office Contact Info: 863-298-6200
    Polk County Schools plan to reopen schools on Tuesday, September 19
    Residents who have questions or need to report a problem should call the Citizen’s Information Line at 863-401-2234.

  • Do not call 9-1-1 unless you have a life-threatening Office Contact Info: 727-847-5878
    Pasco County Schools after reassessing the situation in shelters, Pasco County Schools revised tentative plan is to reopen schools on Monday, September 18.
  • St. Leo University will resume classes on Monday, September 18

    Hernando

    Sheriff’s Office Contact Info: 352-754-6830
    Emergency Management Phone: 352-754-4083
    Hernando County Schools plan to reopen schools on Monday, September 18

    City of Tampa Resources:

    The City of Tampa Hurricane Hotline: 844-852-8889.

As residents wade through school and road closures, power outages, and search for ways to put their lives back together, there are a number of resources at your disposal. 

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Flood Warning issued September 15 at 8:53PM EDT expiring September 16 at 8:53PM EDT in effect for: Hernando, Pasco

Flood Warning issued September 15 at 8:53PM EDT expiring September 16 at 8:53PM EDT in effect for: Pasco, Sumter

TAMPA BAY, Fla. – With Hurricane Irma behind us, Bay Area residents are now dealing with the consequences of the storm. Many are dealing with school and road closures, power outages, flooding and clean up from Irma’s path. 

Here’s what you need to know, and who you might need to contact, in the aftermath of Irma:

Power outages are common in the area, with some customers not expected to have electricity until the end of the week. Here’s a list of phone numbers in the event you want an update on when power might be returning to your home. 

Here’s a list of Tampa Bay Area counties with their sheriff contact info, citizens information and school sites for closure information:

There are also state resources available for services that include price gouging, insurance and unemployment claims, elder affairs and more:

After Hurricane Irma: Important links, resources and tips for Tampa Bay Area residents

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