|Before the Storm|
|Town of Hilton Head Island Municipal Government||
|Beaufort County Emergency Management||
|South Carolina Emergency Management Division|
|National Hurricane Center|
|Hispanic Outreach of South Carolina||
|South Carolina Evacuation & Shelter Information
(Spanish Interpreters available. Phone number is active only when needed.) Note: In a Category 1 or higher Hurricane, there will be no shelters open in Beaufort County. This phone number will provide shelter options outside of the county)
|Beaufort County Animal Control Office||
|South Carolina Animal Care & Control||
|Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce||
The State of South Carolina'sToll-free Public Information Phone System (PIPS) is provided to disseminate accurate evacuation and shelter information to visitors and citizens for South Carolina during a hurricane evacuation. The toll-free number is 1-866-246-0133.
If you are unable to provide for your own transportation when a mandatory evacuation is issued, the Town of Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division will provide transportation. You may call 843-341-4600 to request assistance.
|After the Storm|
|Beaufort County / Hilton Head Island Hurricane Re-entry Hotline (After main message Press 2 for Hilton Head Island specifics)||
|South Carolina Emergency Traffic Network
Note: Phone Number is active after the storm only
|United Way of the Lowcountry Volunteer Coordination Hotline||
|Other Related Links and Phone Numbers|
|Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)|
|2012 South Carolina Hurricane Guide|
|SC Insurance News Service||
Primary information radio stations: WGCO 98.3 FM, WYKZ 98.7, WWVV 106.9 FM
Rely on local television stations; cable and satellite stations are not reliable for emergency information unless they are all-news or all-weather stations.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding hurricane evacuations or reentry procedures, please feel free to contact Thomas Dunn at 843-682-5156 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.