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REGIONAL EVACUATION STUDY

Funding for the 2021 Study was provided by the State of Florida through the Division of Emergency Management to update the Regional Evacuation Study in the Apalachee Region. The purpose of a regional evacuation study is to provide emergency management officials with realistic data by quantifying the major factors in hurricane evacuation decision making.

These data are provided as a framework of information that counties can use to update and revise their hurricane evacuation plans and operational procedures to improve their response to future hurricane threats. The link below connects to the Study results for the counties of Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, and Wakulla.

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