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Page 1 of 12 Pinellas County Emergency Operations Center RESPONSE AND RECOVERY SITUATION REPORT #7 CONTACT INFORMATION Main: (727) 453-4362 Fax: (727) 464-4024 [email protected] 1. INCIDENT NAME Hurricane Irma 2. OPERATIONAL PERIOD September 15, 0700 - 1900 3. TIME 0700 4. EOC ACTIVATION LEVEL Level 2 Partial Activation 5. LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED? YES 6. PREPARED BY OPS Specialist SITUATION A. Background: September 5, Pinellas County’s EOC began tracking Hurricane Irma. On September 7, a local state of emergency was declared. On September 8, an evacuation order issued for Zone A and on September 9, evacuation orders were extended to Zone B. September 10-12, the County felt the effects of Hurricane Irma with tropical and hurricane force winds and rain. Initial National Weather Service reports reflected a maximum wind speed of 87 mph (Category 1) recorded in Belleair as Hurricane Irma passed to the east. According to the National Weather Service, 2-5 inches of rainfall and a storm surge of 1.5 - 2 feet were recorded. B. Current: The Board of County Commissioners extended the Local State of Emergency Today (9/14) for another seven (7) days, ending Thursday (9/21). Operations continue to focus on healthcare facility power restoration and stabilization, sheltering electrically dependent special needs who do not yet have power at home, sewer lift station power restoration and traffic control restoration. Some facilities are being evacuated due to heat stress issues, while others are being moved back into facilities where power has been restored. Initial recovery operations are beginning with the start-up of the FEMA Blue Roof Program and planning for the placement of FEMA Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) and deployment of Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams (DSATs). C. Casualties: (1) Dead: There has been one fatality in Pinellas County attributed to Hurricane Irma, according to Pinellas County Medical Examiner. (2) Injured: The number of confirmed injuries requiring hospitalization is being compiled. (3) Missing: The Sheriff’s Office reports no individuals have been reported missing or whose whereabouts or status remains unresolved or unknown as a result of Hurricane Irma. PLANNING A. EOC Priorities: o Damage Assessment o Shelter Support o Healthcare Facility Operations o Critical Facility Fuel Support o Traffic Control Restoration o Sewer Lift Station Power Restoration o Demobilization Planning

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    Pinellas County Emergency Operations Center

    RESPONSE AND RECOVERY SITUATION REPORT #7

    CONTACT INFORMATION Main: (727) 453-4362 Fax: (727) 464-4024 [email protected]

    1. INCIDENT NAME

    Hurricane Irma

    2. OPERATIONAL PERIOD

    September 15, 0700 - 1900

    3. TIME

    0700

    4. EOC ACTIVATION LEVEL

    Level 2 – Partial Activation

    5. LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY

    DECLARED? YES

    6. PREPARED BY

    OPS Specialist

    SITUATION A. Background: September 5, Pinellas County’s EOC began tracking Hurricane Irma. On

    September 7, a local state of emergency was declared. On September 8, an evacuation order issued for Zone A and on September 9, evacuation orders were extended to Zone B. September 10-12, the County felt the effects of Hurricane Irma with tropical and hurricane force winds and rain. Initial National Weather Service reports reflected a maximum wind speed of 87 mph (Category 1) recorded in Belleair as Hurricane Irma passed to the east. According to the National Weather Service, 2-5 inches of rainfall and a storm surge of 1.5 - 2 feet were recorded.

    B. Current: The Board of County Commissioners extended the Local State of Emergency

    Today (9/14) for another seven (7) days, ending Thursday (9/21).

    Operations continue to focus on healthcare facility power restoration and stabilization, sheltering electrically dependent special needs who do not yet have power at home, sewer lift station power restoration and traffic control restoration.

    Some facilities are being evacuated due to heat stress issues, while others are being moved back into facilities where power has been restored.

    Initial recovery operations are beginning with the start-up of the FEMA Blue Roof Program and planning for the placement of FEMA Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) and deployment of Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams (DSATs).

    C. Casualties: (1) Dead: There has been one fatality in Pinellas County attributed to Hurricane Irma,

    according to Pinellas County Medical Examiner. (2) Injured: The number of confirmed injuries requiring hospitalization is being compiled. (3) Missing: The Sheriff’s Office reports no individuals have been reported missing or whose

    whereabouts or status remains unresolved or unknown as a result of Hurricane Irma.

    PLANNING

    A. EOC Priorities: o Damage Assessment

    o Shelter Support o Healthcare Facility Operations o Critical Facility Fuel Support o Traffic Control Restoration o Sewer Lift Station Power Restoration o Demobilization Planning

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    B. Operational Objectives for the Next

    Operational Period: C. Operational Objectives for the Last Operational Period:

    o Ensure debris management is underway. o Complete Initial Damage Assessments in all municipalities by the end of

    the OpPeriod. o Coordinate emergency power restoration for Priority I, II, and III facilities. o Support law enforcement activities in all jurisdictions through OpPeriod. o Monitor critical fuel needs of elderly and critical care facilities. o Support operations / depopulation of 1 special needs shelter. o Support operations / depopulation of 1 general population shelter. o Monitor mass care at medical and early care facilities. o Conduct Medical Needs Assessment of impacted area by end of OpPeriod. o Begin debris management. o Conduct Debris Assessment by the end of the OpPeriod. o Conduct Damage Assessments in all municipalities by the end of the

    OpPeriod. o Conduct emergency power assessments for Priority I, II, and III facilities. o Conduct search and rescue needs assessment by the end of the

    OpPeriod. o Conduct public safety/security needs assessment by end of OpPeriod. o Support law enforcement activities in all jurisdictions through OpPeriod. o Support operations and depopulation of 1 medical facility shelter with a

    total estimated population of 44 through OpPeriod. o Support operations and depopulation of 2 special needs shelters with a

    total estimated population of 839 through OpPeriod. o Conduct Medical Needs Assessment of impacted area by end of OpPeriod.

    Support mortuary operations through OpPeriod.

    WEATHER FORECAST A. Next Operational Period:

    Scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 2pm. Partly sunny with a high of 89. Heat index values as high as 101. East wind around 6mph. 30% chance of rain.

    B. Operational Impact: Elevated temperatures may continue to cause issues for temperature sensitive

    and elderly residents who are without power.

    SEVERITY OF IMPACT ON LOCAL JURISDICTIONS

    A. Jurisdictions Affected:

    All 24 municipalities have been impacted.

    All 5 fire districts have been impacted. (East Lake, Lealman, Palm Harbor, Pinellas Suncoast, and Tierra Verde Fire Districts).

    B. Impact On Individuals: An estimated 321,053 people were impacted by mandatory evacuations, over

    24,000 people were sheltered. Other impacts such as unemployment and community trauma have yet to be determined.

    C. Impact On Businesses: Full business and economic impacts have not been determined. Critical

    commercial enterprises should be operating with possible limits to fuel availability and power outages.

    D. Utilities:

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    (1) Electric Power Generation And Distribution Systems

    Duke Energy has over 8,000 resources including line crews and vegetation management crews coming into the state of Florida for power restoration.

    Duke Power Outages/Restoration

    Total customers 540,933

    Customers Currently Effected (without power) 115,283

    Customers Served (power restored) 353,613

    TECO Gas Outages & Restoration

    Total Customers 10,984

    Customers Currently Effected (without Power)

    537

    Electric Restoration Timeframe (100%) Midnight, Fri. (9/15)

    Electric Restoration Line Crew Available 538

    Electric Restoration Line Crew - Mutual Aid Available

    2,345

    Debris Crew 372

    Unknown at this time: Electric/Gas damages; Gas restoration

    (2) Gas Pipelines TECO Gas:

    No reported issues. Assessing service lines.

    (3) Telephone And Telecommunications Facilities/Service

    Currently Frontier Communications and Spectrum are assessing and monitoring power restoration efforts. They expect service interruption numbers to increase once power is fully restored. Frontier Communications: At this time damages, impact assessments, and projected restoration are unknown. Spectrum: At this time damages, impact assessments, and projected restoration are unknown

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    (4) Sewage Treatment Plants

    County Pump Station Outages & Status

    Total County Pump Stations without power* 52

    North County - Dunn Wastewater Plant Power Restored Fully operational

    South County - South Cross Bayou Power Restored Fully operational

    *Pump stations without power are operating with generators and bypassing pumping, and by tankering.

    Municipal Sewer Status Reporting

    Degraded Ops - Reduced Capability

    Belleair Clearwater Gulfport South Pasadena St. Pete Beach Tarpon Springs Treasure Island

    *updated as of 9/15, degraded ops the result of lift stations operating on generators

    (5) Water System Potable water facilities are operating normally

    Booster Stations:

    Five total stations: 4 have normal operations

    Capri Isle (Treasure Island) is on generator support and operational. Municipal Water Status reporting:

    Municipal Water Status Reporting

    Degraded Ops - Reduced Capability Belleair

    *updated 9/15

    E. Road/Transportation Status:

    Road Obstruction/Closer

    Road Closed 18

    Road Obstruction 45

    Total 63

    (Obstruction includes debris, power lines, utility poles, etc.) See Pinellas County Road Closures Map for details -(http://www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/bulletin.htm)

    Intersections Down due to Power Outage

    Intersections 62

    Law Enforcement/Traffic Control Devices 62

    .

    (1) Airports St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport has resumed commercial flights.

    (2) Railways CSX: Holding traffic while checking crossings and completing general inspection

    and repairs.

    http://pinellas-egis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=8ef0c05de85542f09ce9ea1e7ccaeeb7http://www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/bulletin.htm

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    (3) Interstate Highways All interstate highways are open. US-27 & US-41 are closed due to flooding of the Santa Fe River.

    (4) Bridges All county bridges are open.

    (5) Other PSTA has resumed normal operations.

    F. Housing Status: Blue Roof Program will begin operations Friday (9/15) 7am – 7pm, at First Baptist

    Church, 12629 Walsingham Rd, Largo. Phone: 800-ROOF-BLU (800-766-3258)

    G. Other Critical Facilities:

    (1) Hospitals All hospitals with the exception of Bay Pines VA Hospital have been fully restored. Bay Pines power is intermittent and running on generator.

    (2) Schools Pinellas County Schools will resume on Monday (9/18).

    (3) Hazardous Material Production/Storage Facilities

    No incidents reported at this time.

    (4) Government Offices County offices reopened on Thursday (9/14). Parks and Heritage Village to

    reopen on Saturday (9/16). Additional information can be found at www.pinellascounty.org.

    DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND STATUS OF DECLARATION A. Declaration Data: A Federal FEMA Declaration for Individual and Public Assistance has been

    declared for Pinellas County. Public Assistance for Categories A and B. Category B- 100% for the first 30 days and 75% after. Additional information may be found at - https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4337

    A Local State of Emergency was declared by the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners on Thursday (9/7) through Thursday (9/14). The Local State of Emergency has been extended through Thursday (9/21).

    The Governor has declared a Florida State of Emergency.

    Pinellas County has lifted the evacuation order per County Resolution 17-58 at 11am Tuesday (9/12).

    B. PDA Status:

    Detailed damage assessments continue with an estimated completion date of preliminary damage assessments scheduled for 9/22

    Category Count %

    Assessed Properties 75,026

    Affected 8,916 11.9%

    Destroyed 72 0.1%

    Major 1,077 1.4%

    Minor 3,980 5.3%

    The information provided above is from Thursday (9/15) at 0600

    C. Emergency Operations Center (EOC):

    10750 Ulmerton Rd., Largo, FL 33778 Phone: (727) 453-4362 Fax: (727) 464-4024 TDD: (727) 464-4431

    https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4337

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    D. EOC Activation Level & Hours of Operation:

    The EOC is currently activated at Level 2 – Partial Activation, 24hr operations. Use the operations desk phone number for EM staff: (727) 453-4362.

    E. Federal Staff on Site: FEMA Disaster Survival Assistance Teams (DSATs) and mobile Disaster

    Recovery Center (DRC) are being requested. FEMA liaison Elise Pierce is on site until Friday (9/15) ([email protected] / (229) 319-9100).

    F. State Staff on Site: Florida Department of Health (DOH), Florida National Guard, are onsite.

    STATUS OF COUNTY OPERATIONS A. Planning/GIS Section: Support EOC operational reporting.

    Monitor Pinellas County egis mapping application

    Request for special needs map was cancelled.

    Develop and launch numerous public facing web applications:

    Federal Disaster Assistance – Residential Application

    https://www.disasterassistance.gov/

    Federal Disaster Assistance – Business Application

    https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/

    Local Business Openings http://www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/bulletin.htm#openbusinesses

    Hurricane Irma Maps and Apps Gallery

    http://pinellas-egis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapAndAppGallery/ index.html?appid=9b482f11d39647afb26e2dd37c4f95b6

    Report Property Damage http://pinellas-egis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/GeoForm/

    index.html?appid=0bf23b4b00594866ae5ed9a081f9ab7b

    Public Information Officers to include in news releases and posts via social media.

    B. Logistics Section: Continuing to respond to resource requests and task assignments. Items

    being timely handled based on needs.

    Experiencing some issues with request submissions, i.e., submission of requests that can be handled on the floor, requests not being submitted through WebEOC to Incoming Resource Coordination Request Position, and differentiation of resource needs vs. wants.

    C. Administration Section:

    Continuing to monitor and respond to requests.

    Assisting with contacting Health Care Facilities regarding facility power/generators.

    Assisting with contacting special needs individuals. D. Operations Section: Coordinating operations and depopulation of special needs and general

    population shelters.

    Coordinating power restoration operations.

    Monitoring decompression from hospitals.

    Coordinating restoration of sewer facilities’ operational capacity.

    Coordinating traffic control restoration.

    Supporting debris management plan implementation.

    (a) ESF#1 Transportation

    All major bridges are open.

    School Board is completing current assignments and finishing evacuation returns.

    Healthcare facilities continue to issue notifications of ready-to-return.

    FDOT is responding to Task Requests and reassessing needs as situations develop.

    mailto:[email protected]://www.disasterassistance.gov/https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/http://www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/bulletin.htm#openbusinesseshttp://pinellas-egis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapAndAppGallery/%20index.html?appid=9b482f11d39647afb26e2dd37c4f95b6%20http://pinellas-egis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapAndAppGallery/%20index.html?appid=9b482f11d39647afb26e2dd37c4f95b6%20http://pinellas-egis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/GeoForm/%20index.html?appid=0bf23b4b00594866ae5ed9a081f9ab7bhttp://pinellas-egis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/GeoForm/%20index.html?appid=0bf23b4b00594866ae5ed9a081f9ab7b

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    (b) ESF#2 Communications

    Standard communications methods, including cellular service and 800 MHz radio system, are operating within normal parameters.

    EMS Hospital Communication System is operating normally.

    All microwave dishes at local police department communications centers have been realigned and are fully operational. If any issues are experienced, please contact Jackie Weinriech: (727) 464-3879)

    EOC Radio Room is operational and on the same schedule as the EOC.

    Phone lists available in binders and in WebEOC.

    Municipal Communications reporting:

    County Fire Departments With Degraded Ops. Or Reduced Capabilities

    Gulfport Currently without CAD capabilities and are unable to generate EMS printouts. The issues is anticipated to be resolved by Wednesday (9/20)

    Belleair Currently without internet and using cellular service. Spectrum has been made aware of the situation.

    St. Petersburg 4 out of 13 stations are currently without internet capabilities. Spectrum has been made aware of the situation.

    (c) ESF#7

    Resource Support

    The County and municipal EOCs are assessing needs that have been submitted to the State in order to determine if they are still required. If these requests are no longer needed, they will be cancelled.

    Requests From the State

    Status # of Missions

    Tasked 6

    Mobilizing 2

    On scene 2

    Complete 11

    Total 21

    D. Infrastructure Support Branch

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    (a) ESF#3 Public Works & Engineering

    Intelligent Transportation System (next update 9/15 at 0900):

    Can communicate with 298 of 366 traffic signals.

    Can communicate with 108 of 146 CCTV channels of the.

    Currently working on traffic signal restoration and tree removal.

    Municipal Debris Clearance Major Roads Reporting:

    Complete Greater than 50% complete

    Clearwater Safety Harbor Belleair

    Dunedin S. Pasadena Pinellas Suncoast FD

    East Lake FD Tarpon Springs St. Pete Beach

    Largo Treasure Island.

    Kenneth City Pinellas Park

    Oldsmar Redington Shores

    St. Petersburg

    Madeira Beach Gulfport

    (b) ESF#12 Energy

    Latest Estimated Restoration: Friday (9/15) at 2400

    (c) Fuel Fuel Supply on hand:

    County - 7-10 days

    Municipalities – No shortages reported.

    The Port of Tampa has opened, and fuel vessels are now pulling into port to deliver fuel-to-fuel terminals.

    E. Human Services Branch:

    (a) ESF#6 Mass Care

    Feeding Task Force continues to meet to assess need for feeding.

    Coordinating shelter demobilization plan if appropriate/possible based on power restoration and damages

    A mobile Polar Pod has been made available to senior facilities based on need. Currently, it has visited five senior living locations and will remain available through Friday (9/15)

    Three portable chillers have been distributed to St. Marks Village and Loving Care St. Pete Assisted Living Facilities.

    A six-person Florida National Guard nursing strike team has been deployed to assist with the special needs shelter at Dunedin Community Center.

    Shelters remaining open:

    Shelter Name Current

    Occupancy Power

    Dunedin Community Center 100 Normal

    Ross Norton Rec. Center 69 On Generator

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    (b) ESF#11 Food

    Responded to request for food assistance by providing information on Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP). Continuing to respond to incoming requests.

    USDA has approved the use of SNAP benefits through Saturday (9/30)

    200 pallets of water and 6,000 self-ready meals have been delivered to the St. Pete Free Clinic.

    89 pallets of water have been distributed to The Salvation Army, School Board, and various community pantries.

    Food Distribution

    Organization Number of meals

    The Salvation Army 3,127

    Red Cross 625

    Neighborly Care Network 1,000

    (c) Voluntary

    Agencies

    Currently seeking churches and other area organizations and businesses willing to volunteer space as cooling stations with air conditioning and access to power for charging devices.

    The following Cooling Centers are currently available: Center Address Hours Azalea Recreation Center 1600 72nd St. N., St. Petersburg 4 pm to 9 pm Campbell Park Recreation Center 601 14th St. S., St. Petersburg 12 pm to 7 pm Chapel By the Sea 54 Bay Esplanacle, Clearwater Beach 9 am to 5 pm Christ Lord Lutheran Church 2045 Hercules Ave Through Sat at 12 pm Church of Scientology 500 Cleveland Street, Clearwater 33755 10 am to 8 pm City of Pinellas Park Barbara S. Ponce Public Library

    7770 52ne St Pinellas Park, 33781 Mon – Thurs, 9 am to 8 pm Fri – Sat, 9 am to 5 pm Sun, 1 pm to 5 pm

    City of Pinellas Park Pinellas Park Senior Center

    7625 59th Street Pinellas Park, 33781 Thurs, 8 am to 8 pm

    City of Safety Harbor 605 2nd Street North Safety Harbor, 34695 8 am to 4:30pm City of Safety Harbor Museum & Culture Center

    329 Bayshore Blvd S. 8 am to 4:30pm

    Cornerstone Christian Center 317 Milwaukee Ave, Dunedin, 34698 24/7 Enoch Davis Center 1111 18th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 8 am to 7pm First United Methodist Church 421 Main Street Dunedin, 34698 9 am to 5pm Frank Pierce Recreation Center 2000 7th St. S., St. Petersburg 12 pm to 7pm Gladden Park Recreation Center 3901 30th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 12 pm to 7pm Gulfport Police Department 2401 53rd St. S., Gulfport As needed Indian Shores Municipal Center/ Town Hall

    19305 Gulf Blvd. 4th Floor, Indian Shores 8 am to 7 pm

    J. W. Cate Recreation Center 5801 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 12 pm to 7 pm Lake Vista Recreation Center 1401 62nd Ave. S., St. Petersburg 12 pm to 7 pm Lakeview Community Church 475 East Lake Rd N Tarpon Springs, 34608 Thurs – Fri, 2 pm to 8 pm Largo Community Center 400 Alt. Keene Rd., Largo 9 am to 6 pm Largo Public Library 120 Central Park Dr., Largo Mon – Wed, 9 am to 8 pm

    Thurs - Fri, 10 am to 6 pm Sat, 10 am to 5 pm

    New Life Baptist Church 10539 122nd Ave. N., Largo 10 am to 8 pm North Shore Aquatic Complex 901 N. Shore Dr. NE, St. Petersburg 9 am to 4 pm Park St Baptist 3901 Park St N, St. Petersburg Thurs – Sat, 10 am to 4 pm Seminole Recreation Center 9011 113sth Street Seminole, 33772 Mon – Fri, 6 am to 9 pm

    Sat, 8 am to 4 pm St Paul United Methodist 1498 Rosery Rd, Largo, 33770 9 am to 2:30 pm St. Petersburg Main Library 3745 9th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10 am to 8 pm Sunshine Center 330 5th St. N., St. Petersburg 8:30 am to 4 pm Willis S. Johns Recreation Center 6635 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N., St.

    Petersburg 12 pm to 7 pm

    (d) Donations Not active at this time. However, a disaster relief coalition for the Tampa Bay

    Region has been established under the management of the United Way. A relief coordination meeting is scheduled for 10 am on Friday (9/15). Additional information will be made available following the meeting.

    Lutheran Services has been identified as the fiscal agent for Recover Pinellas. Recover Pinellas will setup a website for handling cash donations should this become needed.

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    F. Emergency Services Branch

    (a) ESF#4 Fire Fighting

    All fire stations within the County have reported fully operational, but some stations remain on generator power. At this time, there are no generator fuel supply concerns. A detailed list of stations on generator power is provided below.

    County Fire Stations Operating on Generator Power Status

    Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue Station #2 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    Palm Harbor Special Fire Control and Rescue District Station #2

    Fully Operational - Generator Power

    East Lake Station #1 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    Clearwater Station #1 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    Pinellas Park Station #1 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    Largo Station #2 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    Seminole Station #1 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    Madeira Beach Station #1 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    City of St. Petersburg Station #2 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    Gulfport Station #1 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    South Pasadena Station #1 Fully Operational - Generator Power

    St. Pete Beach Station #1 Closed- No Power

    (b) ESF#6

    Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Housing, and Human Services

    Evacuated

    EOC Transported

    Facility Type # Evacuated # Returned

    ALFs 27 24

    Nursing Homes 15 14

    Hospitals 4 4

    Totals 46 41

    Facility Type # of Facilities # of Patients

    ALFs 6 338

    Nursing Homes 7 847

    Hospitals 2 121

    Totals 15 1306

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    Healthcare Facilities

    Facility Type Total in County # Affected # Restored w/o power

    ALFs 193 152 116 36

    Nursing Homes 72 55 52 3

    Hospitals 17 8 8 0

    Dialysis 23 23 15 8

    Totals 305 238 215 47

    Good Hope of Pinellas ALF- 30 residents were evacuated today due to temperatures reaching in the 90s in their Facility.

    (d) ESF#8 Health and Medical Ice is being made available to health care facilities without power or air

    conditioning.

    (d) ESF#9 Urban Search & Rescue

    Municipal S&R Residential First Pass reporting: - Complete S&R Critical Facilities First Pass reporting: - Complete Special Fire District- Complete (With the exception of Pinellas Suncoast Fire and Rescue District, which indicates greater than 50% complete) *WebEOC Essential Elements of Information board has not been updated since 9/12

    (e) ESF#10 Hazardous Materials

    Nothing to report at this time.

    G. Office of Management and Budget: (Pinellas County Gov Only)

    For Pinellas County Government financial tracking purposes of costs countywide, Project/Task numbers have been assigned to OPUS. These Projects/Tasks numbers must be used to track costs associated with labor, supplies, materials, and equipment. Emergency preparedness and response are the only two project types established. Additional projects types will be established for permanent work (Cats C-G) if needed, An email was distributed to employees on Thursday (9/14), which provided detailed instructions for properly completing timecards.

    H. Marketing and Communications:

    (a) ESF#14 External Affairs

    Marketing and Communications continues to keep the public and media informed regarding preparedness, situation updates and post-storm information.

    Continues to answer questions and manage information on social media.

    41 news releases have been issued; conducted five media briefings. The team is responding to local and national media requests.

    Developed a team to monitor social media and issue report briefs to on-coming shifts.

    Continues to work with the Public Information Office throughout the county to ensure unified messaging.

    Answering citizens’ questions through social media 24/7 and continues to support response and recovery efforts through public outreach.

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    For up to date information contact: o CIC (727) 464-4333 (C.I.C hours 8 am - 8 pm) o PIO (727) 464-3820 o EOC (727) 453-4EOC (4362)

    Monitor the Pinellas County Website: www.pinellascounty.org/emergency

    Access WebEOC for any tasking or resource requests: www.webeoc.pinellascounty.org

    For Gas Station Status: http://tracker.gasbuddy.com/

    For Business and Industry status: http://www.flvbeoc.org/

    For open pharmacies in your area: https://www.healthcareready.org/rxopen

    Monitor Pinellas County Social Media Sites: a. https://www.facebook.com/PinellasCountyNews/ b. https://mobile.twitter.com/pinellasem c. http://www.pinellascounty.org/social-networking.htm

    This Advisory is provided for informational purposes only. The user assumes the entire risk related to the use, or misuse, of its associated data.

    SHIFT CHANGE

    A. Shift #1: 0700 – 1900 B. Shift #2: 1900 – 0700

    The EOC is in full operation until further notice.

    7. Approved By: Tim Dudley

    8. Title: Operations Chief

    9. Date/Time: 9/15/17 0700

    http://www.pinellascounty.org/emergencyhttp://www.webeoc.pinellascounty.org/http://tracker.gasbuddy.com/http://www.flvbeoc.org/https://www.healthcareready.org/rxopenhttps://www.facebook.com/PinellasCountyNews/https://mobile.twitter.com/pinellasemhttp://www.pinellascounty.org/social-networking.htm