The Adeje Council have activated CECOPAL, the municipal emergency action plan, given the state of Maximum Alert that has been declared by the Canarian Government. This is due to the strong winds forecast for tomorrow, February 28th.. Therefore the Adeje council has ordered the suspension of municipal activities and the Farmers Market, the municipal crèche, the centre for disability, the school of the music and the cemetery will close to the public. The regional government have also announced the cancellation of classes in primary and secondary schools as well as the University of La Laguna classes so the Adeje campus will also be closed tomorrow.
In general the public are asked to avoid unnecessary journeys and take all precautions for their personal safety and the security of their home.
Earlier today the mayor of Adeje, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, announced the closure of municipal installations and the suspension of all borough activities programmed for this weekend due to the wind and rain alert in place.
“Given the unfavourable weather conditions expected today and tomorrow we have taken the decision to suspend scheduled municipal activities this afternoon (Saturday) and tomorrow (Sunday) all day. I would also like to call on all our residents to take extra care particularly if they have to travel over the next day or two”, said the mayor.
At the moment there have been no reports of any incidents as a result of the bad weather though there were fallen branches and rock on some roads and paths. If anyone detects a problem they are asked to contact the local police in Adeje or call 112. The council has the usual protocols in place for this kind of situation, with security and civil protection bodies on stand-by prepared for any eventuality.