Hurricane Idalia

Town of Belleair Facilities are now OPEN as of Thursday, August 31.

Solid waste collection has resumed. Residents are asked to bundle, bag or containerize any yard waste to be picked up separately and combined with other storm debris.

A satellite image of a hurricane off of the west coast of Florida

IMPORTANT: Standing flood waters are extremely dangerous! Residents should NOT walk, play, or swim through flooded streets. Risk of live wires is life-threatening. Standing flood waters can also spread infectious diseases, contain chemical hazards, and cause injuries. Please exercise extreme caution.

Sand Bag Reuse

Residents are encouraged to save sand bags for possible future storms during this hurricane season, which ends November 30.

Report a Power Outage

Residents who experience an outage during the storm can report it the following ways:

  • Visit on a desktop computer or mobile device
  • Use the Duke Energy mobile app
  • Text OUT to 57801
  • Call the automated outage reporting system at 800.228.8485
Palm trees being blown by strong wind

Stay Informed During Emergencies

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