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Regional Evacuation Studies

The purpose of a regional evacuation study is to provide emergency management officials with realistic data by quantifying the major factors in hurricane evacuation decision making. These data are provided as a framework of information that counties can use to update and revise their hurricane evacuation plans and operational procedures to improve their response to future hurricane threats.

For further information, contact Andrew Sussman (Andrew.Sussman@em.myflorida.com or 850-921-8606).

Apalachee Bay Regional Planning Council

Central Florida Regional Planning Council

East Central Florida Regional Planning Council

North Central Florida Planning Council

Northeast Florida Regional Council

South Florida Regional Planning Council

Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council

Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council

Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council

West Florida Regional Planning Council

Withlacoochee Regional Planning Council

 

Click on the region below to access its Regional Evacuation Studies:

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Maps from the Studies

County Evacuation Route and Storm Surge Maps

Storm Tide Atlases

GIS data from the Studies

Evacuation Routes

Hurricane Evacuation Zones

Storm Surge Zones

Archived Studies

Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council - Regional Evacuation Study 2006 (opens in new window)

Archived studies courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers --

Archived studies courtesy of NOAA's Coastal Services Center --

 

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August 25, 2011 14:19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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