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Hurricane Information

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Hurricane Season is June 1-Nov. 30

Disaster Preparedness:
The Dunedin Fire Department provides disaster preparedness services to our Fire District. This involves planning and organizing the emergency response to any natural or man-made disaster. The Fire Department becomes one of the lead agencies during any disaster situation. 

Disaster Preparedness programs include: 
Special Needs Evacuation Registration - This program is for anyone within an evacuation zone or in a mobile home park, who needs assistance to evacuate to a public shelter, nursing home or hospital.

Disaster Mitigation - Information is available for homeowners and businesses advising them on how to lessen the impact of a disaster before it occurs. Hurricane preparation and other types of disasters are covered including Disaster Recovery following an event.

Mapping - Maps are available showing evacuation zones, evacuation shelters, and routes out of the City of Dunedin and Pinellas County: Pinellas County Emergency Management.


Know Your Zone


Have a Plan


Secure Your Pet



  Get a Survival Kit




  Find a Shelter




  After the Storm




 Watch the educational video Category 5 "Hurricane Phoenix" hits Tampa Bay (worst case disaster scenario) to be better prepared in the event of an emergency of this magnitude.


For Businesses:

Ron DeSantis


 Website Helps Florida Businesses Prepare for Natural Disasters

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –Visit the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), , in place to help Florida businesses prepare for and recover from hurricanes and other disasters. By providing critical information before, during and after a disaster, the website will help businesses recover and get Floridians back to work following emergencies.

Features of the website include:

  • A disaster planning toolkit to help businesses prepare for hurricanes and other disasters;
  • Critical disaster updates from the State Emergency Operations Center to keep businesses informed during emergencies; and
  • A Business Damage Assessment Survey to help businesses get back up and running after an emergency.

Governor Scott said, “Floridians understand the importance of being prepared for disasters, especially during hurricane season. This new website will help businesses make safe and informed decisions for themselves, their employees and their customers. Every Florida business can visit, make a disaster plan and stay updated as we move further into hurricane season.”

Cissy Proctor, DEO Executive Director, said, “The new provides key resources and information to help Florida’s job creators in the face of a disaster. We know that businesses, like individuals and families, must be prepared with a plan, and will guide businesses step-by-step to help them prepare and recover quickly from an emergency.”

Wes Maul, Director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management, said, “Effectively preparing for, responding to and recovering from disasters takes input from the whole community. This valuable tool will boost Florida’s private sector engagement during emergencies and help raise awareness of available resources. Ensuring our businesses can reopen quickly is critical to the speedy recovery of our impacted communities.” is a partnership between DEO and the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Other partners include the U.S. Department of Commerce, Florida State University’s Center for Disaster Risk Policy, the Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, the Florida Retail Federation, VISIT FLORIDA, the Florida Small Business Development Center Network and others. DEO is the lead agency for the support of business, industry and economic stabilization during a statewide disaster.


About DEO

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity combines the state’s economic, workforce and community development efforts. This new approach helps expedite economic development projects to fuel job creation in competitive communities.