Florida Statewide Regional Evacuation Study Program



The Florida Division of Emergency Management, Department of Community Affairs Division of Community Planning and Department of Transportation in coordination with the Treasure Coast Regional Planing Council have developed the Statewide Regional Evacuation Study for the Treasure Coast Region. This report updates the region's evacuation population estimates, evacuation clearance times and public shelter demand. The study covers Indian River, Martin, Palm Beach and St. Lucie Counties and their municipalities.
Volume 1: Technical Data Report
The Technical Data Report (TDR) is the primary document of the Statewide Regional Evacuation Study Program. The TDR contains the summary analysis of all other supporting research, survey data and modeling.
  2016 TCRPC Region Update Supplemental Summary
          Appendix A - Indian River County
          Appendix B - Martin County
          Appendix C - Palm Beach County
          Appendix D - St. Lucie County
  Executive Summary
  Chapter I: Regional Demographic and Land Use Analysis
          Appendix IA - Indian River County
          Appendix IB - Martin County
          Appendix IC - Palm Beach County
          Appendix ID - St. Lucie County
  Chapter II: Regional Hazard Analysis
  Chapter III: Regional Behavioral Analysis Summary
  Chapter IV: Regional Vulnerability and Population Analysis
          Appendix IVA - Indian River County
          Appendix IVB - Martin County
          Appendix IVC - Palm Beach County
          Appendix IVD - St. Lucie County
  Chapter V: Regional Shelter Analysis  2016 Update
  Chapter VI: Evacuation Transportation Analysis   2016 Update
  Glossary     Acronyms    Front Section      Cover
Volume 2: Regional Behavioral Analysis
Volume 3: Regional Behavioral Survey Report
Volume 4: Evacuation Transportation Analysis    2016 Update
Volume 5: Evacuation Transportation Supplemental Data Report    2016 Update
Volume 6: Emergency Management Evacuation Toolkit
The Emergency Management Toolkit includes locally-selected data pertinent to the county emergency management agency. It is meant to be used as a quick reference guide for operations. The Toolkit is for official use only and it not available on this website for public download.
Volume 7: Storm Tide Atlas
The Storm Tide Atlas provides the storm tide boundaries based on the new Sea, Lake and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) Analysis including the boundaries of the Coastal High Hazard Area (CHHA). There is one Book for each county in the region which has a potential for storm tide flooding.
          Book 1: Indian River County
          Book 2: Martin County
          Book 3: Palm Beach County
          Book 4: St. Lucie County
Volume 8: Methodology and Support Documentation