2016 Sanibel Hurricane Re-Entry Passes Now Available. (Left to Right- Lt. William Dalton, Lance Henninger, Jane Cechman), Photo Courtesy Of City Of Sanibel.
2016 Sanibel Hurricane Re-Entry Passes Now Available. (Left to Right- Lt. William Dalton, Lance Henninger, Jane Cechman), Photo Courtesy Of City Of Sanibel.

New Sanibel Hurricane Pass Distribution Open All Week 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Convenient Ground Level Distribution Of 2016 Sanibel Hurricane Passes; Open All Week 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. @ Sanibel Police Department.

The City Of Sanibel issued the following news release.
“The City of Sanibel is now issuing 2016 series Sanibel hurricane passes. ALL residents, property owners and businesses need to apply for a new 2016 series pass. Applications for the new passes are available in the Police Department/Emergency Management section of the Sanibel website,www.mysanibel.com, and at the Sanibel Police Department office at 800 Dunlop Road.
Passes are issued at the Sanibel Police Department, 800 Dunlop Road, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. To provide more convenient distribution, the Sanibel Police Department is providing ground level distribution in front of City Hall, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday, February 15, 2016, through Friday, February 19, 2016.
On the new Residential pass, the first two digits of the serial number is the property Zone number. The new Commercial pass identifies the business type.
City Of Sanibel Hurricane 2016 Re-entry Pass, Residential. Courtesy Of City Of Sanibel.

City Of Sanibel Hurricane 2016 Re-entry Pass, Residential. Courtesy Of City Of Sanibel.

City Of Sanibel Hurricane 2016 Re-entry Pass, Commercial. Courtesy Of City Of Sanibel.

City Of Sanibel Hurricane 2016 Re-entry Pass, Commercial. Courtesy Of City Of Sanibel.

Important information about Re-Entry passes

Purpose: The pass aids security, speeds re-entry, and provides traffic control at a time when we must keep traffic to a minimum. The pass allows persons in a vehicle to return to perform property damage assessment.
 
Pass Limits: To meet the purposes of security, re-entry and traffic control:
 
(Residential) a strict limit of two (2) passes per address.
 
(Commercial) businesses will be issued only enough commercial passes to facilitate the damage assessment process, ordinarily one (1) pass.
 
Pass Holders Responsibility: Due to the security aspects of the pass, all persons issued a pass are responsible to ensure their pass does not fall into the wrong or irresponsible hands.
 
Lost/Destroyed Passes: In the unusual event we have to evacuate, people without a pass can return with proper credentials. Access via credentialing is slower, so it’s recommended every household get a pass and take care of it.
 
Pass Expiration: The city makes an independent decision each year whether to re-use passes or issue new ones. There will be press releases and emails when the decision is made. Keep your pass until you know it is no longer valid.
For questions about Hurricane Passes or Preparedness please refer to theEmergency Management section of the city website, or call the Sanibel Police Department at (239) 472-3111.”

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