Community Storm News

Storm Updates

New Hurricane Guide Now Available

The 2024 Shell Point Hurricane Preparation Guide was delivered to every resident. Extra copies can be found in The Island and Woodlands Commons, and a digital version is available on this webpage. This guide provides up-to-date information about Shell Point’s hurricane plan, emergency numbers, resident evacuation responsibilities, and a list of hurricane shelter kit supplies.

View 2024 Hurricane Guide

2024 Shell Point Hurricane Seminar

Wednesday, May 8 • 10:30 a.m. • The Village Church

Floridians need to be prepared throughout hurricane season, from June 1 through November 30.  At the annual Shell Point Hurricane Seminar, you will learn about our plans for the 2024 Hurricane Season and review lessons learned from Hurricane Ian. You’ll also hear from Shell Point’s consulting meteorologist, Dave Roberts, who will present predictions for the upcoming season. This seminar will be broadcast on SPTV Channel 12 on May 14 and 16 at 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 8 p.m.

View the 2024 Shell Point Hurricane Seminar below

Be Prepared

While there are many preparations to make, Floridians know that during storm season, you should keep your gas tank at least ½ full, have prescriptions filled regularly, and stock a few days’ worth of water and non-perishable food. Flashlights should have fresh batteries, and battery-powered radios should be nearby. The 2024 Shell Point Hurricane Preparation Guide that was delivered to all residents will provide more helpful information.

Keep Loved Ones Informed

To alleviate worry, keep loved ones informed. Share your evacuation plans and whereabouts, and after the storm passes, let them know you are safe.

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Note to Families: After a storm, Shell Point staff will be dedicated to meeting urgent resident needs and may have limited connectivity. This webpage will share all the information we have available.

Helpful Resources

Local News
Before, during, and after a hurricane, the best way to get Southwest Florida news is by visiting our local TV stations’ websites at the links below.
Fox 4

Hurricane Tracking
For tracking hurricanes, trust information provided by the sites below.
National Hurricane Center
National Weather Service

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Shell Point Hurricane Hotline
In the event that internet access is not available, the updates listed here will also be recorded at
(239) 339-2541