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Hurricane shelters

If your home is not in a safe place or not adequately hurricane proof, your best bet is to head to family and friends, or failing that, one of the hurricane shelters listed below.

Prior to the start of hurricane season make sure you familiarise yourself with your closest shelter and ensure you know the best route to get there. Prior to leaving your home ensure you pack the bare essentials, including important documents, such as your passport, any medications you take, as well as cash for post hurricane expenses.

George Town
Cayman Islands Further Education Centre Assembly Hall – capacity 265
John Gray High School Gymnasium – 630
Primary School Assembly Hall (Available from Oct. 1) – 160
University College of the Cayman Islands Hall – 500
Red Cross Building – 95
Prospect Primary School – 1,135

West Bay
Sir John A. Cumber Primary School (part classrooms) – capacity 135
Sir John A. Cumber Primary School Assembly Hall – 335
John Gray Memorial Church Hall – 155

East End
William Allen McLaughlin Civic Centre – capacity 240
Gun Bay Community Hall – 65

North Side
Craddock Ebanks Civic Centre – 185
Clifton Hunter High School Gymnasium, Frank Sound – capacity 630

Bodden Town
Primary School Multipurpose Hall – capacity 80
Breakers Community Hall – 40
Savannah Primary School Assembly Hall – 135

Cayman Brac
Aston Rutty Centre – capacity 420
West End Primary School – 250
Day Care Centre – 155

Little Cayman
Public Works Department Building – capacity 140

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