FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 13, 2006
CONTACT: State Emergency Operations Center
Public Information-ESF14 (850) 921-0384
Tropical Storm Alberto
Statewide Briefing Sheet
as of 2:00 p.m., June 13, 2006
- Citrus: All mobile home residents, all residents west of U.S. 19
and 1.5 miles east of US 19
- Franklin: Lifted
- Wakulla: Panacea, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks and all low-lying
- Dixie: Mobile home residents and low-lying coastal areas
- Levy: All mobile home residents county-wide; low-lying areas west
of U.S. 19, and the cities of Inglis, Yankeetown, Hammock, Otter
Creek and Rosewood.
- Taylor: Low-lying and coastal areas
- Gilchrist: Residents in low-lying areas
- Hernando: Coastal areas, including Hernando Beach, Bayport, and
- Pasco: Coastal areas prone to flooding
- Jefferson: Coastal areas
- Hillsborough: Low-lying areas
- Sumter: Mobile home residents
No tolls suspended at this time.
No bridge closures at this time. Citizens should call 511 or
visit fl511.com for up-to-date information.
No road closures at this time. Citizens should call 511 or visit
fl511.com for up-to-date information.
All open at this time.
The following districts are reporting closures today: Dixie,
Gadsden, Hillsborough, Levy, Madison, Marion, Pasco, Polk, Taylor.
The following community colleges are reporting closures today:
Central Florida Community College – Levy and Citrus campuses,
Pasco-Hernando Community College, Santa Fe Community College, St.
The following Vocational rehabilitation offices are reporting
closures: Citrus, Old Town
General Shelters: 6 shelters, Population: 153
Special Needs Shelters: 8, Population: 96
No hospitals closed at this time.
Lake Okeechobee Level: 12.37 feet
Florida National Guard: 400 Guardsmen on duty