Evacuation Zones

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    2014 Evacuation Zone Identification Survey

    FLASH conducted an online and telephone survey of emergency managers in 222 coastal cities, counties, parishes, and regions from Texas to Maine to compile available resources on local evacuation zones and storm surge mapping for consumers.
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    152 (68.7%) of the 222 local coastal communities have evacuation zone maps available online. ______________________________________________

    Find Your Evacuation Zone

    Click on the link below to see if your evacuation zone map is available online. If the local map for your area is hard to understand or is listed as unavailable, contact your local emergency management officials to learn more. If your community has an evacuation zone map online and it is not listed here, please send the link to info@flash.org, and your map will be added to the list.
    Click here to Find Your Evacuation Zone
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    How else can I find out if I am in an evacuation zone?

    If you live in a coastal community from Texas to Maine, click the link above and search for your city, county, region, or parish. If your community is not listed, contact your local emergency management officials and ask for evacuation zone information.

    Your map may be located on your community’s website and you may locate it using a Google search with this phrase:
    site:www.insertyourcitywebsitehere evacuation zone surge map
    Example: site:www.pbcgov.com evacuation zone storm surge map
     

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