Latest incident developments • Mandatory evacuation orders for Pinellas County lifted for all evacuation zones, mobile home communities and residential health care facilities effective 9 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 29. Residents who evacuated due to the hurricane threat may return home using caution. • County crews and first responders are proactively conducting damage assessments and response as needed. • Any traffic intersections with inoperable traffic lights should be treated like a four-way stop. • Hazardous conditions may still exist. Downed trees and power lines have been reported across the county. Plan for extra travel time as operations return to normal and be mindful of crews on the road. • Residents and travelers may report road and traffic issues on storm.pinellascounty.org using the See Click Fix link, and any residential damage using the “Report Damages to Your Home” link.
Storm impacts • Approximately 185,500 Duke customers have reported power outages as of today at 7 a.m. • All drinking water services to Pinellas County Utilities customers remain functional and no boil water notices have been issued. • A number of downed utility/electric wires and trees have been reported throughout the county, affecting some roads, utility/power lines and property.
Pinellas County response/action • Public Works and other County crews are currently conducting damage assessments on county roads and intersections. • The County Information Center will remain open until 5 p.m. Call 727-464-4333. Residents who are deaf or hard of hearing can contact the County Information Center via online chat at www.bit.ly/PinellasChat.
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