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It is NOT necessary to turn off your natural gas service at the meter during a hurricane; and this valve should be turned off by utility or emergency personnel only. Underground pipelines are not normally affected--even in extreme storms--so gas service is rarely interrupted. If you believe your home could flood, review flood safety tips below.
If you believe your home or business may become flooded to the point where the water could extinguish appliance pilot lights, you can turn off the appliance at the supply valve--typically located within six (6) feet of the appliance. Valves typically turn in one direction and require only one-quarter of a turn to close. Prior to a storm, familiarize yourself with the location of these supply valves.
What to do if you observe signs of a natural gas leak after an earthquake: