Voluntary evacuation issued for area near Anclote River in Pasco Co.

- The Pasco County Government issued a voluntary evacuation for residents living in the Elfers area surrounding the Anclote River.

The area is labeled "Evacuation Area" on Map Exhibit 4A.

To view the map, visit http://www.pascocountyfl.net/DocumentCenter/View/31127.

For public shelter locations and times, see the Pasco County website at www.pascocountyfl.net.

Residents may also call the Resident Information Center at 727-847-2411.

All other evacuation orders have been rescinded.

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