USDA NRCS announces Florida office closures due to Hurricane Ian

Posted 9/28/22

GAINESVILLE — Due to Hurricane Ian, several of our Florida NRCS offices and USDA Service Centers will be closed the remainder of this week. Please call ahead to ensure your local NRCS or USDA …

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USDA NRCS announces Florida office closures due to Hurricane Ian

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GAINESVILLE — Due to Hurricane Ian, several of our Florida NRCS offices and USDA Service Centers will be closed the remainder of this week. Please call ahead to ensure your local NRCS or USDA Service Center office is open before visiting.

Florida NRCS Office Locations:
www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/main/fl/contact/local/

Florida FSA Office Locations:
offices.sc.egov.usda.gov/locator/app?state=fl&agency=fsa

Temporary Office Closures include: Please see attached updated map of office locations by county and city, for current office closure dates.

State Office: Gainesville (352) 338-9500

Area Offices:
• Lake City Area Office (386) 755-5100
• Palmetto Area Office (941) 729-6804
• Royal Palm Beach Area Office (561) 792-2727

Field Offices:
• Baldwin (904) 266-0088
• Bartow (863) 533-2051
• Brooksville (352) 277-3761
• Cocoa (321) 633-1702
• Deland (386) 985-4037
• Florida City (305) 242-1218
• Fort Myers (239) 997-7331
• Fort Pierce (772) 461-4546
• Gainesville (352) 376-7414
• Kissimmee (407) 847-4465
• LaBelle (863) 674-5700
• Lake City (386) 755-3194
• Live Oak (386) 362-2622
• Madison (850) 973-6595
• Monticello (850) 997-2072
• Ocala (352) 622-3971
• Okeechobee (863) 763-3619
• Palatka (386) 328-2908
• Plant City (813) 752-1474
• Quincy (850) 627-6365
• Royal Palm Beach (561) 792-2727
• Sarasota (941) 907-0011
• Sebring (863) 385-7853
• Tavares (352) 742-7005
• Trenton (352) 658-4060
• Wauchula (863) 773-4764

Preparing for Severe Weather & Natural Disasters:
NRCS encourages producers to be proactive when it comes to preparing for severe storms and natural disasters. Safety is always the number one priority.

Be sure your farm, livestock and related records are in a safe place prior to severe weather forecasts. Following a natural disaster, be sure to timely report all losses to your local FSA office.

Please call your local USDA Service Center, NRCS or FSA office to ensure it is open before visiting. For contact information, visit farmers.gov.
To learn more about available USDA disaster assistance, please visit farmers.gov/recover or visit the USDA Disaster Resource Center online at www.usda.gov/topics/disaster.

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