Reporting storm damage

A flooded street in St. Pete after tropical storm Nicole hit

A flooded street in St. Pete after tropical storm Nicole hit, Thursday, Nov 10.

Photo by TBAYtoday

After a hurricane or strong storm, there may be power outages, flooding, downed electrical wires, and debris, all of which can be a hazard to your health and safety. With Hurricane Ian and Tropical Storm Nicole now over, it’s essential to know who to call to report storm damage. We’ve gathered a list of resources you can use to help report outages and downed trees. Plus, we’ve added the latest alert systems to help you stay connected with your community.

Power outages + downed power lines:

⚡️ Duke Energy | 1-800-228-8485 | Text OUT to 57901
⚡️ Tampa Electric | 1-877-588-1010 | Text OUT to 27079

General storm damage reporting:

👩‍💻 Pinellas County residents can report damages to roads, public infrastructure, homes, and businesses here.
📞 Hillsborough County residents can call 833-427-8676

Alerts straight to your phone:

🚨 Alert Pinellas
🚨 HCFL Alert

It should be noted that if you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency or experiencing any of the previously mentioned events call 911 immediately.

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