With the successful test of an ICBM missile by North Korea, I'm sure there will be questions asked about civil defense — where you live. It is likely that no one remains working in emergency management from that era. Record retention has likely been been exceeded so ... you are starting from scratch when it comes to determining if there are any previously designated fallout shelters in existence.
See this story, Emergency officials explain why fallout shelters impractical for missile attacks. The one thing that will resurrect civil defense measures, including civil defense shelters, will be federal funding. That will quickly change our tune from, "You can't get there in time" to "Here is a list of designated shelters."
One other interesting factoid from the linked article is that Hawaii makes for three states that I know of that are telling their citizens to be prepared for 14 days.