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Tampa Electric
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Georgia Power
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Haines City Power Outages Caused by Weather


March 9, 2003 - Thunderstorm Wind

Power lines were down along Avenue North.

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Hurricane Nicole to batter Polk County with prolonged wind, rain

Nicole is expected to made landfall on the east coast of Florida Wednesday night as a possible Category 1 hurricane.

Nov 9, 2022

How Electric Cars Can Provide Backup Power in Emergencies - Bloomberg

Some electric cars can power devices and even homes during blackouts and other extreme weather events.

Nov 7, 2022

Hurricane Ian power outages cause wastewater to pour across Polk County

While crews worked on getting portable generators for the failed pump stations, thousands of gallons of wastewater was leaked into local bodies of water.

Oct 12, 2022

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Oct 11, 2022

Power returns for most in Polk County after Hurricane Ian

As of 2 p.m. Tuesday, Lakeland Electric reported that 165 outages remained, affecting 768 customers.

Oct 4, 2022

Hurricane Ian Live Updates: DeSantis to give damage update

Hurricane Ian updates: Gov. Ron DeSantis will give an update on the efforts made in the wake of Hurricane Ian’s devastation in Florida from the state Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee on Friday morning.

Sep 30, 2022

PCPS Storm Recovery Update for Sept. 30 | Polk County Public Schools

The following message is from Superintendent Fred Heid regarding our recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian: Dear PCPS families, I want to begin by saying that we truly hope that you and your loved ones are safe following the storm. We are all thankful for the cooler weather over the last couple days. The heat and humidity that typically follow a hurricane can become unbearable. It has been a very long and stressful 72 hours. Cleanup efforts are underway. We all want to return to some sense of normalcy. We are making progress, but there is still much work to be done. Please allow me to share some important updates: School Status for Next Week: Monday (Oct. 3) – Friday (Oct. 7) At this time, I am unable to make a decision whether school operations will resume on Monday, Oct. 3. Many of our schools continue to experience power outages. We have more than 131 PCPS school sites, and there were 77 without power as of yesterday (Sept. 29). We are grateful to the utility workers who are laboring to restore power throughout our community. The outpouring of support from Florida’s utility companies and neighboring states is truly humbling. If you see a utility crew, give them a friendly wave and a thank you. If power is restored today or tomorrow to all school sites, reopening schools on Monday (Oct. 3) may be possible if we can address the following critical areas of operation: Ensuring schools can prepare food safely with necessary refrigeration, sanitation, and water service Completing post-storm cleanup of our campuses Having enough staff available to resume school operations We know that closing schools has a huge impact on the plans and lives of our students and employees, as well as their families. Reopening schools is an essential part of the recovery effort. Having children in school and away from hazardous storm damage is very important. Many of our students rely upon our schools for food and other support. Our schools also serve as a safe and structured environment for our students. We are working to reopen schools as quickly as possible, but we must make sure our campuses can function properly and safely. Please look for regular updates via email, automated phone calls, our website and social media. *Important links* PCPS website: polkschoolsfl.com Facebook: facebook.com/polkcountypublicschools Twitter: twitter.com/polkschoolsnews Instagram: Instagram.com/polkcountypublicschools Storm Shelters I am tremendously proud of the compassion and dedication of our shelter workers who answered the call to serve others. School sites serving as shelters provided refuge to nearly 3,000 people over the course of the last few days. Most of these people have left our shelter sites. On Thursday (Sept. 29), PCPS was able to close all pet-friendly and general population storm shelters. However, special needs shelters for those with medical concerns are still operational at the Bartow Civic Center, Ridge Community High and McKeel Academy. These will likely be consolidated into one location in the near future. Meanwhile, agencies are working around the clock to get these individuals to more permanent lodging. School Facilities Our teams began inspecting schools as soon as the sun came […]

Sep 30, 2022

toilets no power flush Hurricane Ian Open Navigation Close Navigation

As Hurricane Ian causes flooding across the state, many residents find themselves asking, "can I flush my toilet?"

Sep 28, 2022

Want to track power outages in Florida counties? | WUSF Public Media

Tropical Storm Nicole's winds are expected to reach the entire state.

Sep 28, 2022

Hurricane Ian live tracker: Path and Florida evacuation updates

Follow the New York Post's live coverage of Hurricane Ian as it tracks towards landfall in Florida and the US. Get the latest on path updates, timelines, evacuation notices and more.

Sep 27, 2022

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What is Power Outage?

Power outage (also called a power cut, a power blackout, power failure or a blackout) is a short-term or a long-term loss of the electric power to a particular area.

What Causes Power Outages?

  • Severe weather (high winds, lightning, winter storms, heat waves, rain or flooding can cause damage to power lines or equipment);
  • Other damage to electric transmission lines (vehicle accidents, trees, and animals can cause damage to power lines or equipment);
  • Repairing, maintenance or upgrades on power lines and equipment.

What are the Top Outage Safety Tips?

  • Stay away from the downed power lines, park vehicles in protected areas;
  • Unplug appliances and electronics, limit cell phone use to conserve battery life;
  • Use portable generators outdoors only, well away from open windows and doors;
  • Pack perishable foods into a cooler, keep refrigerator and freezer doors shut as much as possible.

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Haines City, Florida

City Haines City
County Polk
State Florida (FL)
Country United States
Zip Codes 33844, 33845

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