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[October 19, 2019- 1:00 pm]
Be Ready. Be Prepared. Be Safe
We are currently monitoring Tropical Storm Nestor and are committed to keeping you informed.
Please take a moment to review important Hurricane Safety Tips with your loved ones at FPUC.com/Prepare.
Now is your time to prepare.
[October 18, 2019- 1:00 pm]
ATTENTION ALL CUSTOMERS:
As most of you are aware we are actively monitoring Tropical Cyclone 16 that is over the open waters of the Gulf currently. The system is expected to make landfall over the Florida panhandle early Saturday. Tropical-storm-force winds, storm surge flooding and heavy rainfall tare expected on portions of the Florida east coast over the weekend.
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Please leave the area & call FPU immediately if:
You smell a distinct rotten egg odor
Your energy service/system is visibly compromised
A gas pipeline or power line is damaged in any way
If you discover a downed electric wire or power line, assume it is energized (and therefore dangerous) and stay as far away as possible.NEVER TOUCH a downed power line or any telephone cable wires in close proximity.
EMERGENCY ALERT It is incredibly important to only use generators outdoors and away from all doors, windows, & vents.
EMERGENCY ALERT Heat exhaustion can be life threatening. Stay dyrdrated and be aware of the symptoms. Click here for more info.
800.427.7712 (Natural Gas/Electric Customers)
561.838.1814 (Propane Customers)
(Dial 911 if you sense a serious emergency.)
AUTO DIALER MESSAGE FOR ADA CUSTOMERS
This is an important message from Florida Public Utilities. We continue to monitor the severe weather that may impact our service territory.
It is important that customers who use critical medical equipment take necessary steps to prepare for the storm, have appropriate back-up battery support in the event of potential outages.
It may be necessary to seek shelter or medical attention. For storm updates and safety information, please visit, and bookmark, FPUCHurricaneUpdates.com.