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Hurricane Douglas Resources

#Updated, July 26, 9:20 a.m.: Tropical Cyclone Condition of Readiness One (TCCOR 1) has been issued for the Island of Oahu. Though the hurricane is forecasted to decrease in intensity, it will continue to pose a threat to all Hawaiian Islands. Visit http://www.honolulu.gov/site-d…/38999-hurricane-douglas.html to see preparations you should take for your safety.

Effective today, July 26, at 7:30 a.m.:
- All religious services are cancelled.
- The commissary will close at 2 p.m.
- All shoppettes and the post exchange will close at 2 p.m.
- All MWR facilities are closed, including fitness centers, pools, golf courses, bowling centers parks and Fort DeRussy.
- Museums and the PARC are closed.
- At TCCOR 1, the Directorate of Emergency Services will close all gates except Lyman Gate, Kunia Gate, Buckner Gate, Fort Shafter, Shafter Flats and Tripler gates. At TCCOR 1 emergency, all

installation gates at Schofield Barracks, Shafter Flats and Tripler will close with guards sitting in HMMVs. They will be on stand-by to open gates above in the event of emergency vehicles or situation requirements.

Safe havens will open at noon. Safe havens are temporary protection from the elements during the storm. They are open until the “all clear” is given. They do not provide cots, blankets, food or water. Pets are allowed only if they are in pet containers/crates. On-post or off-post personnel seeking “safe haven” from hurricane winds must bring their own emergency supplies/disaster kits with food and water. Personnel will be placed on the floors in the hallways away from windows. Personnel will be screened for COVID-19 and are encouraged to shelter in place at home.
Visit https://home.army.mil/…/index.php/garrison/dptms/emergency-… to see locations of on-post safe havens and shelters.

Note, on-post shelters care for displaced persons or evacuees after the storm.
Off post, shelters are for both during and after the storm. All-state shelters will be open at 9 a.m.; however, the governor has stressed for all personnel and families to remain at home, as much as possible, and to only report to a shelter if absolutely needed.

Ensure your 14-day kit of supplies, which includes water, food and medicine for all members of your family, are ready. Visit https://ready.army.mil/ra_get_a_kit.htm.
Pay attention to local news outlets for updates. We will continue to post information here as the storm approaches Hawaii.
#StaySafe #ReadyGov #HurricaneStrong

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#Update, July 26, 7:30 a.m.: Tropical Cyclone Condition of Readiness (TCCOR 2) has been issued for the Island of Oahu. Though the hurricane is forecasted to decrease in intensity, it will continue to pose a threat to all Hawaiian Islands. Visit http://www.honolulu.gov/site-d…/38999-hurricane-douglas.html to see preparations you should take for your safety.

Effective today, July 26:
- All religious services are cancelled.
- The commissary will close at 2 p.m.
- All shoppettes and the post exchange will close at 2 p.m.
- All MWR facilities are closed, including fitness centers, pools, golf courses, bowling centers parks and Fort DeRussy.
- Museums and the PARC are closed.
- At TCCOR 1, the Directorate of Emergency Services will close all gates except Lyman Gate, Kunia Gate, Buckner Gate, Fort Shafter, Shafter Flats and Tripler gates. At TCCOR 1 emergency, all installation gates at Schofield Barracks, Shafter Flats and Tripler will close with guards sitting in HMMVs. They will be on stand-by to open gates above in the event of emergency vehicles or situation requirements.

Safe havens will open at noon. Safe havens are temporary protection from the elements during the storm. They are open until the “all clear” is given. They do not provide cots, blankets, food or water. Pets are allowed only if they are in pet containers/crates. On-post or off-post personnel seeking “safe haven” from hurricane winds must bring their own emergency supplies/disaster kits with food and water. Personnel will be placed on the floors in the hallways away from windows. Personnel will be screened for COVID-19 and are encouraged to shelter in place at home.
Visit https://home.army.mil/…/index.php/garrison/dptms/emergency-… to see locations of on-post safe havens and shelters.
Note, on-post shelters care for displaced persons or evacuees after the storm.

Off post, shelters are for both during and after the storm. All-state shelters will be open at 9 a.m.; however, the governor has stressed for all personnel and families to remain at home, as much as possible, and to only report to a shelter if absolutely needed.

Ensure your 14-day kit of supplies, which includes water, food and medicine for all members of your family, are ready. Visit https://ready.army.mil/ra_get_a_kit.htm.
Pay attention to local news outlets for updates. We will continue to post information here as the storm approaches Hawaii.
#StaySafe #ReadyGov #HurricaneStrong

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#Update as of July 25, 11 a.m.: Oahu's hurricane watch has been upgraded to a #HurricaneWarning; hurricane conditions are expected in the next 36 hours. 

#HurricaneDouglas is forecast to bring severe winds to Oahu starting midday tomorrow. 
Visit http://www.honolulu.gov/site-d…/38999-hurricane-douglas.html to see more preparations you can do today to keep yourself and your family safe.
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#Update as of July 24, 5 p.m.: A hurricane watch has been declared for the island of Oahu. From Sunday-Monday, July 26 and 27:
-All City & County of Honolulu parks will be closed 
-Landfills and collections centers are closed
-Waste and recycling will not be collected
-City golf courses and the Honolulu Zoo are closed
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Update as of July 24, 7:32 a.m.: Tropical Cyclone Condition of Readiness 3 has been issued for the entire state of Hawaii. Current maximum sustained winds are 120 mph at 895 miles east-southeast of Hilo and 1,100 miles east-southeast of Honolulu. 
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#HurricaneDouglas Update: Tropical Cyclone Condition of Readiness 4 has been issued for the entire state of Hawaii. Current maximum sustained winds are 105 knots with gusts to 130 knots.
The hurricane is forecast to increase in intensity over the next 24 hours, but will remain a Category Three Hurricane. Thereafter it will reduce in intensity as it progresses towards the Hawaiian Islands.
-Is your kit ready? In Hawaii, your hurricane kit should contain 14 days of supplies -- this includes water, food and medicine for all members of your family. For more information, visit https://ready.army.mil/ra_get_a_kit.htm. https://home.army.mil/…/index.php/garrison/dptms/emergency


-Know where the closest safe havens and shelters are. On post, safe havens are for during the storm. Shelters are for after the storm. Off post, shelters are for both during and after the storm. Visit https://home.army.mil/…/index.php/garrison/dptms/emergency-… for more information. 
-Pay attention to local news outlets for updates. We will continue to post information here as the storm approaches Hawaii. 
#StaySafe #ReadyGov #HurricaneStrong

MWR Facebook page and Army Garrison Hawaii Faceook page will also have updates.

 

Don’t forget about the disaster plans for other places where your family spends time. Sign up for emergency alerts and notifications. And communication is key! Learn more at http://dod.hawaii.gov/hiema/

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