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Weather, Evacuation, Etc.

Helpful Links - Transportation, Evacuation, Storm Information, Etc.

State of Delaware Links

 

Sussex County Links

Sussex County Emergency Operations Center: 302-855-7801 • Fax 302-855-7800

 

Miscellaneous Links

 

Hurricane Preparedness

 

A Hurricane Watch means hurricane conditions are possible within the watch area in the next 36 hours. Residents in the Watch Area are urged to keep abreast of changing conditions.

A Hurricane Warning means hurricane conditions are expected within the Warning Area in the next 24 to 36 hours.


Accommodation Information
Regarding Storms


As a general policy, many accommodations adhere to the following guidelines regarding cancellations/refunds, etc; however, cancellation/refund policies are determined at each individual owner’s discretion.

  • Under WATCH CONDITIONS – No refunds provided
  • Under WARNING CONDITIONS – Guests can transfer booking to another date.
  • Under EVACUATION CONDITIONS – Deposit is refunded and any unused remaining day/night reservation balance is refunded.

State of Emergency Information
Driving Warning and Restriction System
 

 

Under a new law passed in the wake of the 2010 winter’s snowstorms and designed to provide more clarity to drivers, Delaware now has a three-level driving warning and restriction system. The following levels are found in Title 20 of the Delaware Code, Subsection 3116(b)(12) and may be put in effect by the Governor during a State of Emergency for all or parts of Delaware based on conditions.

  • Level 1 Driving Warning: Drivers are discouraged from operating a motor vehicle on the state's roadways, unless there is a significant safety, health or business reason to do so.
  • Level 2 Driving Warning: Travel on the roads is restricted to emergency workers, public utilities, healthcare providers including hospital staff, public/private operators of snow removal equipment, private sector food and fuel deliveries, and those industries, companies or organizations that have been provided a waiver, including businesses with pressing continuity/operational issues.
  • Level 3 Driving Warning: Complete ban on driving except for first responders, utility personnel, and public or private snow removal. Businesses and organizations should adjust work schedules so that employees do not need to be on the roads during a Level 3 Driving Ban.