Red Tide Advisory
Red tide is a naturally occurring phenomenon of a higher-than-normal concentration of a microscopic alga. While some of Florida’s Gulf Coast beaches are currently experiencing the effects of red tide, not all have been impacted. We encourage visitors to check https://visitbeaches.org for the most up-to-date information on water and beach conditions.
If you are visiting an affected area and looking for inland restaurants and attractions, additional resources can be found here.
Red tide health and safety information can be found here:
Mote Marine Beach Conditions Report
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Florida Department of Health
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Red tide daily sample map
Respiratory irritation forecast information
Health-related information/reporting of illnesses from exposure to red tide: Call Florida Poison Control Information Center toll-free 24/7 at 1-800-222-1222.
Additional information on visitflorida.org
For Covid-related travel information, click here.
Visit FloridaDisaster.org for the latest on the state's response actions.
Follow FLSERT on Twitter for real-time updates from the State’s Emergency Response Team.
Florida 511 has the latest information on traffic conditions.
Go to Alert Florida to sign up for emergency alerts and other public safety notifications in your community.
Check The National Hurricane Center for the latest information on any storms.