H.E. DR. JOHN FREEMAN GOVERNOR OF THE TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS ALSO WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT FOR HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS MONTH 2018

Last year, more than any in recent times, taught us that we all need to prepare for the hurricane season.

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MESSAGE FROM THE MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS, TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT FOR HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS MONTH 2018

My fellow residents of the Turks and Caicos Islands, as we approach the start of the 2018 hurricane season on June 1st, I feel compelled to say that we should be ever mindful of some of the valuable lessons which Mother Nature has taught us; that we must take nothing for granted and we should always be prepared.

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MESSAGE FROM PERMANENT SECRETARY OF HOME AFFAIRS, TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION FOR HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS MONTH 2018

Disaster Preparedness has always been significant for us at the Ministry of Home Affairs, Communications and Transportation as it is our mandate to deliver a range of essential services. Through the Department of Disaster Management and Emergencies (DDME), the Ministry has prioritized business continuity planning on our agenda to ensure we are more resilient for this year’s Hurricane Season.

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MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR OF DEPT. OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT & EMERGENCIES FOR HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS MONTH 2018

The 1st of June marks the beginning of the 2018 hurricane season. This year the scientists are predicting that the Atlantic Hurricane Season will be an above average season with approximately 14 named storms, 7 becoming hurricanes and 3 becoming major storms of category 3-5.

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Areas Prone to Flooding in the Turks and Caicos

PRESS RELEASE

Public Notice
Location, Date
The Department of Disaster Management and Emergencies, South Base, Grand Turk 20th August 2015

 

AREAS PRONE TO FLOODING IN THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS

 

PROVIDENCIALES

  • Wheeland, Blue Hills
  • At the back of Leeward Palms area      
  • In the area of Kingston, The Bight
  • Long Bay Hills
  • Juba Sound(Virgil’s Square)
  • Kewtown
  • Blue Hills (Old Clinic)  
  • Leeward Highway in the area of Cedar Lodge
  • At the back of Glass Shack
  • The by-pass road leading to Five Cays

GRAND TURK

  • West Road
  • North Backsalina (The Garden)
  • Palmgrove
  • The Salinas
  • South Backsalina (Virgil’s Square)
  • The Quarry
  • Grand Turk, Central Creek
  • North Creek
  • Close Haul Road

 

SOUTH CAICOS

  • The Flat
  • The Salinas, east of Primary School
  • East Canal
  • Turtle Crawl

NORTH CAICOS

  • Bottle Creek
  • Kew Settlement
  • Whitby
  •  

SALT CAY

  • Deans Dock Road
  • Airport Road
  • Portion of Folly Road
 

Click here to view Providenciales Flood Map

Click here to view Grand Turk Flood Map

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