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HURRICANE IAN

Starting Monday, October 3rd at Noon, the City of Gulfport will be accepting donations for State Representative Linda Chaney’s Hurricane Ian Relief Supply Drive.

Please bring listed items below, Monday-Wednesday, October 3rd-5th, 9:00AM-6:00PM, to the U-Haul truck at the Gulfport City Hall Parking Lot, 2401 53rd Street South, Gulfport, Florida 33707.

 

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City of Gulfport Storm Event Email Communications

  • City Facilities including Gulfport City Hall, the Library, Casino, Recreation Center, Senior Center, Municipal Marina, and Community Development will reopen and resume normal City operations on Friday.
  • City of Gulfport Public Works regular sanitation and recycling pickup services will resume on Friday. Customers scheduled for regular pick up on Thursday will be picked up on Friday. Residents are advised to place all storm debris in the right of way in the front of your house. The Public Works Department will pickup all sanitation and recycling on the first pass and all storm debris on the second pass.
  • The City of Gulfport Citizens Information Call Center will close Thursday evening.
  • The City of Gulfport sandbag distribution location distributed 17,000 sandbags to the community.
  • Please contact Duke Energy to report a power outage. Visit, https://outagereport.duke-energy.com/#/report-outage/home/find-account or text OUT to 57801 to report a power outage.
    • If you see a fallen power line or safety hazard involving Duke Energy, please call 800.POWERON (800.769.3766), or call 911 immediately. Do not touch a power line or anything in contact with it, and keep others away until help arrives.
  • The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County reminds everyone to USE GENERATORS SAFELY and avoid carbon monoxide (CO) exposure when using gas-powered appliances such as generators and charcoal or gas grills.
  • Mandatory evacuation orders for Pinellas County lifted for all evacuation zones, mobile home communities, and residential health care facilities effective 9:00AM Thursday (09/29). Residents who evacuated due to the hurricane threat may return home using caution.
  • All Pinellas County Schools and offices will be CLOSED through Friday. All meetings, sport will reopen on Monday, October 3.

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Important Contact Information / City Services

ALL HAZARDS PREPAREDNESS GUIDE
An emergency notification service. It is FREE to our residents. Call (866) 484-3264.