Making sure you and your loved ones will survive a storm or other disaster is a year-round task that requires attention to your personal business, your family, your home and your vehicles. It is not a task that can be done in just 24 hours, so start your planning now. View the links below from Pinellas County Emergency Management to help you know what to do before, during and after a storm.
And to keep you naturally informed and ahead of the weather in 2020, Largo Fire Rescue has installed new web-based WeatherSTEM weather stations at its six fire stations. The stations offer a wide variety of real-time weather information data and a live video feed from the station. You can also see time-lapse video from the station's camera.
To see what's happening at your nearest Largo Fire Rescue fire station, visit https://pinellas.weatherstem.com. From there you will be able to access all six weather stations in addition to other units strategically placed throughout the County by Pinellas County Emergency Management.
Tools & Resources
View evacuation zones and maps. Determine if and when you would have to evacuate.
Complete a disaster plan before the chaos of an approaching storm to be sure you have time to do it right.
If you are staying home during a storm, here’s a list of items to consider for your survival kit.
Pinellas County pet owners have new options when it comes to pet-friendly emergency shelters. View your options.
If you decide to evacuate before a storm, learn where to go, how to get there and which shelters accept pets.
After the storm, it's time to assess the damage. View next steps to help you during recovery.