Ready Pinellas (FL)

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About this app

Pinellas County Emergency Management’s Ready Pinellas application is a mobile disaster preparedness and decision support application designed to assist Pinellas County residents in planning ahead, or when tropical storms approach our area, providing an outline of steps and recommendations and current information.

Ready Pinellas App Features:

Know Your Zone: When a tropical storm approaches it’s critical for residents to know their Evacuation Zone. It’s best to find out your zone before hurricane season so you can access your risk and make plans.

Readiness Checklist: The Readiness Checklist is a tool to provide users an easy guide for preparedness ahead of hurricane season. There is a Blue Sky Readiness Checklist for pre-storm preparations, and as a tropical storm approaches and Pinellas County is placed in the 5-day or 3-day cone, the app will present the 5-day Readiness Checklist and then the 3-day Readiness Checklist.

Get a Plan: This feature helps residents, businesses and special needs residents create an emergency preparedness plan. Users can enter information about the location of their homes and businesses, family members, pets and family contact information and an individualized emergency plan will be developed that users are able to print or maintain online.

Alert Pinellas: The most important step you can take to be prepared is to know when a hazard is coming. The Alert Pinellas emergency notification service allows Pinellas County to send urgent messages by voice to landlines and mobile devices, text, TDD and via email.

Storm Surge Protector: This interactive tool depicts the impact that different levels of storm surge flooding would have on a neighborhood, home or business.

Special Needs: Pinellas County’s special needs program is intended for those who need transportation or require minimal medical assistance while seeking public shelter. Registration for a special needs shelter is required and this feature allows users to register.

Pet Preparedness: Get information on sheltering your pet, and a list of supplies needed to weather the storm. Find out information on pet collection or information about locating stray animals following a hazard event. There are also pet friendly shelters and pet coordination for special needs citizens.

Social Media: Follow Pinellas County on social media for general county information, breaking news, preparedness tips and real-time updates.

All Hazards Preparedness Guide: Download a PDF version of Pinellas County’s All-Hazard Guide, with information on how to prepare for and respond to hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding, lightning and manmade disasters.

National Hurricane Center: Connect to the official source for worldwide tropical predictions, weather, water and climate data, and analyses of hazardous tropical weather. Find translations and podcasts.

Informacion en Espanol (Information in Spanish): Esta característica llevará al usuario a las páginas web del Condado de Pinellas para la prevención de desastres en español (This feature will take user to Pinellas County’s Spanish language disaster preparedness web pages).
Updated on
May 25, 2023

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
App activity and App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

41 reviews
MoonNSunM J
November 9, 2022
As are you ready Pinellas app user, I would like to be able to enter my own address and lock it in. The app unfortunately tries to calculate my address every time. In an emergency scenario this is not helpful to me because I may not be at my house and or the location that's important to me. I would like the app to be able to provide information regarding the address that is most important to me. If I go out of town for mandatory evacuation Zone, the app doesn't keep me updated.
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Heidi Blanchette
September 27, 2022
Push notifications are all I can accomplish on my phone. Address for zone is a big nope after trying many ways desktop, enable pop-up etc. I might delete it tomorrow.
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Dave Phillips
September 27, 2022
The app says I'm not in Pinellas County when I'm at my home in Palm Harbor. The app doesn't allow you to enter your address it just takes you to a generic map.
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What's new

Updated menu to show Preparedness Info and added Spanish Content.