Tropical storms and hurricanes can pose a particular threat to Florida's coastal communities in the form of storm surge. A storm surge is a rise in sea level that occurs during tropical cyclones and hurricanes.

For most coastal Florida counties, evacuation zones have been designated. While inland counties do not have designated evacuation zones, they do have evacuation routes.

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Below is a group of maps depicting our local counties' evacuation zones (Georgia's maps are at the top and Florida's maps are at the bottom:

GEORGIA:

Gulf Coast Hurricane Evacuation Routes

Atlantic Coast Hurricane Evacuation Routes

FLORIDA:

Franklin County [Click here for PDF version]

Gadsden County [Click here for PDF version]

Hamilton County [Click here for PDF version]

Jackson County [Click here for PDF version]

Jefferson County [Click here for PDF version]

Lafayette County [Click here for PDF version]

Leon County [Click here for PDF version]

Liberty County [Click here for PDF version]

Madison County [Click here for PDF version]

Suwannee County [Click here for PDF version]

Taylor County [Click here for PDF version]

Wakulla County [Click here for PDF version]