TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - Gov. Rick Scott said Sunday that if there are storm impacts in your part of Florida you should shelter in place.
He was updated about Hurricane Irma's impact on the state Sunday as the majority of the state remained under a hurricane warning.
The evacuation orders are current and in effect. But Scott said people should check with their local emergency management office or website for the most up-to-date information about evacuation.
State officials estimate that 6.5 million Floridians have been ordered to evacuate.
- Alachua – voluntary evacuations have been issued.
- Baker – voluntary evacuations have been issued.
- Bay – voluntary evacuations have been issued.
- Bradford – voluntary evacuations have been issued.
- Brevard – mandatory evacuations for Zone A, Merritt Island, barrier islands, and some low-lying mainland areas along Indian River Lagoon
- Broward - mandatory East of Federal Highway including barrier islands
- Charlotte – voluntary evacuations for Don Pedro Island, Knight Island (Palm Island), Little Gasparilla Island, Manosota Key, all mobile homes
- Citrus – mandatory evacuations for residents west of Hwy 19, half-mile east of Hwy 98 excluding Sugarmill Woods. This also includes all of the city of Crystal River, all low lying areas throughout the entire county and anyone residing in mobile homes and manufactured homes throughout the entire county.
- Collier - mandatory evacuations for Goodland, Everglades City, Chokoloskee and all mobile homes.
- Columbia – voluntary evacuations have been issued.
- Desoto- voluntary evacuations for people in low-lying/flood prone areas, residents living in mobile homes and RV parks
- Dixie – mandatory evacuations have been issued.
- Duval – mandatory evacuations have been issued for zones A and B.
- Flagler - mandatory evacuations for nursing homes, all varieties of assisted living facilities, and community residential group homes within coastal and Intracoastal areas; mandatory for Zones A,B,C,F, and substandard housing
- Glades – mandatory evacuations for areas around Lake Okeechobee (Lakeport, Moorehaven, Washington Park, Benbow and Uncle Joe’s Motel and Campground). Also mandatory for residents in Zone A and anyone in an RV park, mobile home or building constructed before 1992.
- Gulf - mandatory for visitors, RVs and north of Stump Hole, voluntary for mobile homes
- Hardee – voluntary evacuations for low-lying areas and mobile homes.
- Hendry – mandatory evacuations for low-lying areas, non-slab-built homes, mobile homes, trailers and RVs, and areas near Lake Okeechobee (Clewiston, Hookers Point, Harlem, Flaghole, Montura Ranch Estates, Mid-County MSBU which inlcudes Ladeca, Pioneer Plantation and Leon-Dennis Subdivision, Al Don Farming Road)
- Hernando – mandatory evacuations for residents west of US 19
- Highlands – voluntary for low areas and mobile/manufactured homes
- Hillsborough – voluntary for special-needs residents in Evacuation Zone A.
- Indian River – mandatory evacuations for barrier islands, low-lying areas.
- Jefferson - voluntary for mobile homes and low-lying areas.
- Lake – voluntary evacuations for Astor and Lake George areas.
- Lee - mandatory for Cape Coral west of Burnt Store Road and south of Cape Coral Parkway, east of Del Prado Boulevard to Viscaya Parkway, North Fort Myers south of Bay Shore Road from Moody Road to State Road 31 and areas south of North River Road from State Road 31 to Fichters Creek, areas of Iona south of Maple Drive, west of U.S. 41, San Carlos Park west of U.S. 41, Estero west of U.S. 41, north of the Estero River, Bonita Springs communities along Estero Bay and the Imperial River Basin, and all of the barrier islands.
- Leon - voluntary evacuations have been issued.
- Manatee - voluntary evacuations for Zone A and mobile homes.
- Martin - mandatory evacuations for barrier islands, manufactured homes, and low-lying areas.
- Miami-Dade - mandatory evacuations for all of Zone A, all of Zone B, and portions of Zone C.
- Monroe - mandatory evacuations for visitors and residents.
- Okeechobee – voluntary evacuations have been issued.
- Orange – mandatory evacuations have been issued for all mobile homes.
- Osceola - Voluntary evacuations have been issued for residents in low-lying areas or in modular and mobile homes
- Palm Beach - mandatory evacuations for Zone A and B, voluntary for Zone C and Lake Zone E (Canal Point, Belle Glade, and Pahokee)
- Pasco – mandatory evacuations for residents living west of U.S. 19. Also mandatory for residents living north of Fox Hollow Drive west of Little Rd. and south of Fox Hollow Drive west of Regency Park Blvd./Rowan Rd./Seven Springs Blvd. Special needs residents, and those living in manufactured homes, mobile homes, RV’s, and anyone living in a low-lying area or an area prone to flooding are also under mandatory evacuation.
- Pinellas - mandatory evacuations all mobile home and Zone A
- Polk – voluntary evacuations have been issued.
- Sarasota – mandatory evacuations in Zone A (Longboat, Lido, Siesta, Casey Key, Manasota Key, Venice Island), all mobile homes; voluntary evacuations for Zone B
- Seminole – mandatory evacuations for mobile and manufactured homes.
- St. Lucie – mandatory north and south Hutchinson Island, low-lying areas, manufactured homes
- Sumter - Mandatory evacuations have been issued for those who live in a low-lying or flood prone area, and those living in mobile or manufactured homes.
- Volusia – Mandatory evacuations have been issued for residents on the beachside, in low-lying areas, and in RVs, mobile and manufactured homes.
- Taylor - mandatory evacuations Level A coastal and low-lying areas
- Volusia - mandatory evacuations for residents beachside, in low-lying areas, and in RVs, mobile and manufactured homes.
- Wakulla - mandatory south of US 98, south of US 319 segment near Sopchoppy, mobile homes and low-lying areas.
Scott said more than 460 shelters are open throughout Florida with a total population of more than 127,000 people. More than 70 special needs shelters are open with a total population of more than 12,000 people.
He provided a list of shelters throughout Florida.
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