Disaster Preparedness

Before disaster strikes, it’s important to know your risk, make a plan and stay informed to protect yourself in the event that a natural, man-made or biological hazard event occurs. Pinellas County is here to help.

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Low-interest repair loans available for Pinellas businesses, homeowners

The U.S. Small Business Administration is now offering low-interest loans starting as low as 2.5 percent for Pinellas homeowners and 4 percent for businesses to make repairs and cover economic losses from Hurricane Idalia....


What to do about debris, damage and used sandbags  

Pinellas County is assessing the severity of flood damage in the unincorporated area to determine whether a special collection of construction and......


Qué hacer con los escombros, daños y sacos de arena usados

El Condado Pinellas evalúa la gravedad de los daños causados por las inundaciones en el área no incorporada para determinar si será......


Make a Plan

Once you Know Your Risk, you can Make A Plan for how to respond if a hazard is threatening your safety. Who......


Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

What is CERT? The Florida Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates residents about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their......


Preparing Pets for Emergencies

Pets are an important part of your family. Making an emergency plan that includes them, especially for hurricane season, is part of......