Resources and help in wake of Hurricane Irma
September 11, 2017
Our hearts go out to the victims of the recent earthquake in Mexico and those suffering because of Hurricane Irma. We want to make sure all Boston residents and visitors get the resources and help they need to find friends and relatives. We also want to make sure you turn to the appropriate government agencies. Learn more about your options below.
- You can find a list of Consuls General and Honorary Consuls General in Boston, or serving the Boston area, on our website. These offices can help international visitors and visa holders.
- Contact the State Department, Bureau of Consular Affairs, if you are a U.S. citizen and need help due to Hurricane Irma. You can get help for yourself or someone else.
- @TravelGov, the U.S State Department, Bureau of Consular Affairs’ Twitter handle, issues updated travel warnings and advice.
- At the Red Cross "Safe and Well" website, you can declare your safety status. You can also search for family and friends.
We will continue to monitor the storm as it continues on course to Florida and the southeastern coast. We want to make sure every resident and visitor in Boston is safe and can find help.