Emergency links by county ahead of Hurricane Matthew

DUVAL COUNTY 

Duval County does not provide sand bags. 

Duval County shelter information: CLICK HERE
Duval County CODE RED notifications: CLICK HERE
Duval County special needs registry: CLICK HERE
Download the First Coast News APP to receive weather alerts: CLICK HERE

Important Phone Numbers:
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office: (904) 630-0500
Atlantic Beach Police Department: (904) 247-5859
Neptune Beach Police Department: (904)  270-2413
Jacksonville Beach Police Department: (904) 247-6171
Beaches Energy: (904) 247-6171
JEA: (904) 665-6000

NASSAU COUNTY 

Important Links:
Nassau County shelter information: CLICK HERE
Nassau County Citizens Alert notifications: CLICK HERE
Nassau County special needs registry: CLICK HERE
Download the First Coast News APP to receive weather alerts: CLICK HERE

Important Phone Numbers:
Nassau County Sheriff’s Office: (904) 225-5174
Fernandina Beach Police Department: (904) 277-7342
Florida Power and Light: (800)-468-8243
JEA: (904) 665-6000

PUTNAM COUNTY 

Important Links:
Putnam County shelter information: CLICK HERE
Sign up to receive community alerts from CodeRED: CLICK HERE
Putnam County special needs registry: CLICK HERE
Download the First Coast News APP to receive weather alerts: CLICK HERE

Important Phone Numbers:
Putnam County Emergency Service: (386) 329-0379
Putnam County Sheriff’s Office: (386) 329-0800
Palatka Police Department: (386) 329-0111
Clay Electric: (888) 434-9844

FLAGLER COUNTY 

*Flagler County has issued a state of local emergency*

Important Links:

Flagler County shelter information: CLICK HERE
Flagler County special needs registry: CLICK HERE
Download the First Coast News APP to receive weather alerts: CLICK HERE

Important Phone Numbers:
Flagler County Emergency Service: (386) 313-4200
Flagler County Sheriff’s Office: (386) 437-4116
Bunnell Police Department: (386) 437-7508
FPL: (800) 468-8243

Flagler County will provide sand and bags at the following three locations:
·         Fire Station 71, 89 E. County Road 2006, western Flagler County
·         Fire Station 41, 5593 N. Oceanshore Boulevard, in the Hammock.
·         Sand is on its way to Fire Station 92, at the Flagler Executive Airport, 201 Airport Road.

BAKER COUNTY 

Code red alerts: CLICK HERE 

Emergency operations: CLICK HERE 

Baker County Sheriff's Office Emergency Management Division
(904) 259-6111 (Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)
(904) 653-HELP (Active 24/7 when EOC is at Level 1 or 2 status)
Baker County 911

CLAY COUNTY 

Important Links:
Clay County shelter information: CLICK HERE
Clay County alert notifications: CLICK HERE
Clay County special needs registry: CLICK HERE
Download the First Coast News APP to receive weather alerts: CLICK HERE

Important Phone Numbers:
Clay County Emergency Management: (904) 284-7703
Clay County Sheriff’s Office: (904) 264-6512
Orange Park Police Department: (904) 264-5555
Green Cove Springs Police Department: (904) 529-2220
Clay Electric: (888) 434-9844
JEA: (904) 665-6000

In anticipation of a potential storm surge following heavy rains and winds, there will be sand bag filling stations available beginning tomorrow (Wednesday) at 8am at three locations in our county:

* Station #14 Middleburg (Everett Avenue)

* Station #22 Fleming Island (Pine Avenue)

* Green Cove Springs Public Works (Gum Street)

COLUMBIA COUNTY 

Emergency Operations Center: CLICK HERE

Special needs registry: CLICK HERE

Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan: CLICK HERE

Shelters: CLICK HERE

911 Addressing/GIS, Emergency Management and the 911 Dispatch Center are all housed in this building. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday (excluding holidays). The Phone number is (386) 758 - 1125.

ST. JOHNS COUNTY 

Important Links:

St. Johns County shelter information: CLICK HERE

St. Johns County alert notifications: CLICK HERE

St. Johns County special needs registry: CLICK HERE

Download the First Coast News APP to receive weather alerts: CLICK HERE

Beaches:  As of 8 a.m. Wednesday morning St. Johns County beaches will be closed to vehicular traffic due to heavy surf and high tides expected from Hurricane Matthew. St. Johns County Marine Rescue is expecting dangerous Red Flag conditions and is asking that beachgoers do not enter the water under any circumstances until storm conditions have subsided.

Local State of Emergency: A determination regarding the declaration of a local state of emergency could be made Wednesday morning as additional updates regarding the projected path of storm are reviewed and evaluated.

School Closures: The St. Johns County School District is currently monitoring Hurricane Matthew. An announcement on any potential school closings will be made on Wednesday afternoon and will be relayed via their mass communication system using text, phone and email.

Resident Evacuations: A determination regarding the need to issue an evacuation for certain areas of St. Johns County will be made based on the updated predicted storm track for our area. It is anticipated that should an evacuation be warranted it will be issued by Thursday morning.

Emergency Shelter: Shelter locations, including special needs shelters, pet-friendly shelters, and general population shelters, will be opened if an evacuation order is issued.

Sandbags: Sandbag locations will be up and running by Wednesday morning at the standard county distribution locations. 

• Ron Parker Park - 607 Old Beach Road.

• Sims Pit - 536 S. Holmes Boulevard.

• Town of Hastings Town Hall - 6195 S. Main Street, behind the building.

• Mills Field - 1805 Racetrack Road, in the overflow parking area.

• Palm Valley - Under the Palm Valley Bridge on the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway.

 

GLYNN COUNTY 

At this time, there are no evacuations scheduled for Glynn County. Everyone is encouraged to begin reviewing plans and making arrangements now should our area be impacted in any way. Likely impacts will be coastal flooding, heavy rainfall, and damaging winds. Current weather conditions are being caused by a nor’easter off the coast that will bring soaking rains prior impacts felt by Hurricane Matthew.

CAMDEN COUNTY 

Weather alerts: CLICK HERE

CODE RED: CLICK HERE

Emergency Preparedness: CLICK HERE

ALACHUA COUNTY 

Emergency Management: CLICK HERE 

Code red alerts: CLICK HERE 

Emergency Management Director
352.264.6500
dad@alachuacounty.us

Emergency Management Coordinator
352.264.6500
espellman@alachuacounty.us

Assistant Director, Emergency Management
352.264.6500
jbielling@alachuacounty.us

UNION COUNTY 

Emergency Management: CLICK HERE

 


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