• Hurricane Ian Resources


    Hello Members,

         Below you will find the most up-to-date resource information regarding Hurricane Ian.

    The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) and the State Emergency Response Team (SERT) activated the Business Damage Assessment Survey in response to Hurricane Ian. Survey responses will allow the state to expedite Hurricane Ian recovery efforts by gathering data and assessing the needs of affected businesses.



    The Pasco County Government is also offering an online tool to report storm damage and debris following Hurricane Ian.  This is the fastest way to get help and schedule inspections with the county.  We encourage you to upload a photo, too.  Just click on Report Damage & Debris to send information about the following non-emergency damages directly to our assessment teams:

    • Structural damage to homes/businesses
    • Storm debris, including downed trees/branches
    • Human needs, including food, water, clothing, and shelter

    Keep track of store closures in your area with the Business Open/Close Status Map.

    Volunteer Florida's donation page is open for donations. The Florida Disaster Fund is the State of Florida’s official private fund established to assist Florida’s communities as they respond to and recover during times of emergency or disaster.

    Businesses located in Florida are encouraged to review the Business Re-Entry Procedures and ensure that employees have the required documentation prior to the storm's arrival.

    The Disaster Contractors Network contains a list of licensed contractors that can be searched by contractor name, county, and type. This can be found at, www.DCNonline.org

    For more information on ESF 18 and disaster resources for your business view our Virtual Business Emergency Operations Center Flyer and Private Sector Emergency Response Information

    VISIT FLORIDA has activated the Emergency Accommodations Module on Expedia.com to provide real-time hotel and lodging available for impacted Floridians and visitors throughout the state.

    Florida Housing has ensured that all current listings are up to date in the event that families need to quickly relocate at www.FloridaHousingSearch.org.