STATE PUBLIC HOTLINE ACTIVATED
If you have questions about Hurricane Irma, such as about the state’s response or safety precautions you should take, call this hotline:
S.C. PUBLIC INFORMATION PHONE SYSTEM
The state Emergency Operations Center is now fully activated at Operating Condition Three as state agencies prepare for any possible effects from Hurricane Irma. OPCON 3 ensures the appropriate specific hazard emergency plans are activated and ready should an emergency situation be imminent.
For more information, visit scemd.org or follow @SCEMD on Twitter and Facebook.
S.C. DOT Resource Page -This page includes evacuation route information, a link to the S.C. Hurricane Guide, an interactive map of road conditions and closings, storm reports and important contact information for state response agencies
- Please follow us on Facebookand Twitter
- The Press Release site contains advisories and updates on how SCDOT is working to improve road conditions
- The Coastal Evacuation Route downloadable pdfs and our interactive application. Lane Reversal information is also on this page.
- The Enhanced 511 Traveler Information System provides traffic camera images, travel time estimates and other technological tools.
- The SC Emergency Management Division provides a downloadable South Carolina Hurricane Guide to help you prepare for the storm.
- View the INTERACTIVE MAP of Road Conditions.
- View a text list of ALL construction, maintenance and storm related conditions in our main Road Conditions System.
- Download a Google Earth KML file with Road Conditions
- View our storm reports.
- If you need to report road damage, please use our Maintenance Work Request Application, or call 855-GO-SCDOT (855-467-2368).
- Irma Information
- Visit Hurricanes.gov for the latest on the storm.
- Visit www.ready.gov or www.listo.gov (Spanish) for tips on how to prepare for and stay safe during hurricanes and flooding.
- Download the FEMA Mobile Appto receive alerts from the National Weather Service, get safety and survival tips, customize your emergency checklist, find your local shelter, and upload your disaster photos to help first responders.