Making sure you and your loved ones will survive the storm is a year-round task that requires attention to your personal business, your family members, your home and your vehicles. It is not a task that can be done in just 24 hours, so start your planning now!

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Emergency Information

In the case of a large-scale emergency in Pinellas County, this page will be updated on an ongoing basis. In the case......


Pinellas Update: Avoid scams, verify charities before donating to Hurricane Ian relief

Pinellas County Consumer Protection is advising citizens to be wary of solicitations for charitable contributions on behalf of Hurricane Ian victims in......


Actualización de Pinellas: Oficina de Protección al Consumidor del Condado advierte sobre el aumento abusivo de precios

Como el Condado Pinellas está incluido en la declaración de estado de emergencia del gobernador por la Tormenta Tropical Ian, los residentes......


Pinellas Update: County Consumer Protection warns against price gouging

Because Pinellas County is included in the governor’s state of emergency declaration for Tropical Storm Ian, residents and visitors are protected by......


Consumer Tips: Price Gouging

Price gouging is when a business sells necessary goods or services at higher than normal prices during a state of emergency. This......