The latest storm track shows that Irma has shifted more to the right. At this time, we are reasonably confident that our communities will be safe for the remainder of the week. However, we will continue to evaluate the situation for any unpredictable changes. We are following the Bay County Emergency Operations Center for guidance and leadership.
Please stay calm and be safe.
— SEPT 5—
PCHA is closely monitoring the development associated with Hurricane Irma. As the week progresses and the forecast becomes more reliable, we will update residents of any necessary procedures or evacuations. Please use this time to prepare your family and yourself for the storm – just in case.
Flashlight with fresh batteries
Legal documents: SS cards, Birth Certificates, etc.
Personal hygiene products, diapers, etc.
Battery operated radio with fresh batteries
Bottled water for several days
Canned and non-perishable foods to cover several days
Manual can opener
Candles and matches
Paper plates, utensils, napkins, etc.
Phone numbers of family, friends, physicians, etc.
Extra eyeglasses, hearing aids with fresh batteries
Please secure or bring in all items on your patios and porches. Items can become airborne during high winds.
We also recommend registering your phone number at Alertbay.org for up to date weather notices from the Emergency Management Center.