Volusia County Animal Shelter
Volusia County features 37 feasible protection areas that will be exposed according to each certain catastrophe or emergency. During a crisis, it will be possible that not totally all shelters will open at a time.
To discover which shelters can be obtained, tune towards the neighborhood press or phone the toll free people Suggestions Hotline at:
866-345-0345 (Only during an emergency)
Telecommunications unit for the Deaf: 386-248-1792
making use of Deltona shelters
Evacuees using shelters when you look at the Deltona area very first should go the protection information points (SIPs) at Deltona senior high school or Pine Ridge high-school for detailed directions into the nearest open refuge.
Quick access towards the SIPs is available from Maytown path, State Road 44, I-4 and County Road 415.
Before a storm threatens, exercise operating or map two tracks to your Deltona SIPs. For support finding a housing, please contact the Volusia County School Board at one of the phone numbers listed on the trunk page.
The Volusia County School Board and Votran will give you no-cost rides to average man or woman shelters. Pick up would be made after all regular Votran coach stops.
(central area to direct evacuees to shelters in Deltona)
SpNS: Unique Needs Shelter – Assists evacuees that elderly, physically, psychologically or sensory disabled, visually or hearing damaged, or require oxygen. It's also a Pet Friendly protection for PSNs (people who have Special Needs).
PF: Pet Friendly – people and pets are housed in separate places on refuge
PPS: folks & Pet Shelter (men and women and pets are housed in the same location – Fairgrounds only)
Essential SpNS shelter information:
- People who have unique requirements should always be followed by a caregiver if this kind of support is usually needed.
- People who have special requirements must bring all required products.
- Hospitals aren't shelters.
- SpNS aren't for those who need 24-hour committed treatment, a medical center bed, ventilator, other complex attention, or separation clients.
- SpNS are animal friendly. Must bring necessary items/supplies for his or her pets. Contact Volusia County Animal solutions for more information and concerns.
Guidelines to shelters in Volusia County
Volusia County class Board at (386) 226-7852 or (386) 943-7626.
Instructions to shelters in adjacent counties
321-637-6670 Brevard County
352-369-8100 Marion County
386-586-5111 Flagler County
386-329-0379 Putnam County
352-343-9732 Lake County
407-665-0311 Seminole County
What to decide to try a housing
Evacuees could need to remain at a protection for 24 to 72 hours during an emergency. Since area is restricted, only take important things. Avoid bringing valuables; shelters are not responsible for lost or taken products.