As stores and shops re-open following Hurricane Irma’s course through the Sunshine State, things can get rather hectic. We're here to help compile the info you need in one place.
With road closures, understocked grocers, and power still down in many parts of the Tampa Bay area, residents are looking for a sense of stability amongst the post-storm chaos.
Check out some of the links below, including helpful resources, open locations, and wayfinding tips to hold onto over the next week.
Millions of Floridians are still without power, about 60% of the bay area is in the dark. This article will give you the latest info on power outages and how quickly they’re being restored in the area.
Looking for a tasty treat after days of cereal bars and canned ravioli? The links above will help you find restaurants open in your area.
If you're making your way home or taking refuge in an unfamiliar part of town, locate an open Publix near you with the link above.
Need gas? Simply click the link above and enter your city or zip code to search available stations near you.
Residents of Metro Places Communities: If you are wondering what to do with your debris, we ask that you please place what you would like thrown away in a pile, and place the debris curbside as soon as you possibly can so that it may be picked up by your community’s waste team.
Please note: you should not put any waste in shared community spaces, clubhouse, builder dumpsters, etc. Thanks for your cooperation!
We would also like to extend a special THANK YOU to the contractors and team members who came out to help fill sandbags at our Southshore Bay community before the storm.