With evacuations likely to be issued for some areas of the First Coast ahead of Hurricane Irma, it is important that you know where your evacuation zone is.
DUVAL COUNTY: Mayor Lenny Curry has ordered mandatory evacuations for evacuations for Zones A and B and mobile home residents by 6 p.m. Saturday, September 9.
Use the interactive map below, put your address in, zoom out and use the legend to find out what zone you are in.
ST. JOHNS COUNTY: As of Thursday, St. Johns County has issued mandatory evacuations for Zones A and B starting Saturday. Click here to find your zone by entering your address.
NASSAU COUNTY: As of Thursday, Nassau County has issued mandatory evacuations for Zones A, C and F, starting Friday at 6 p.m. Click here to find your zone by entering your address.
GLYNN COUNTY expands its mandatory evacuation order to cover the entire county starting Friday, Sept. 8 at 8 a.m.
CAMDEN COUNTY has issued a mandatory evacuation east of I-95 on Saturday, Sept. 9.
ATLANTIC BEACH has issued a voluntary evacuation starting Thursday, Sept. 7.
FLAGLER COUNTY has issued a mandatory evacuation at the Woodlands, coastal areas and Intracoastal and low-lying areas of western Flagler County near Dead Lake
CLAY COUNTY issued a mandatory evacuation for zones A, B, and C. Click here to find your evacuation zone.
CAMDEN COUNTY issued a mandatory evacuation for everything east of I-95
WARE COUNTY and (other Georgia counties, click here)
BAKER COUNTY issued mandatory evacuations for residents on Steel Bridge Road, east of the collection site, residents on Webb Haven Road, Persimmon and Ash Road in the Turkey Creek II neighborhood, Myrtle, Camphor, Chestnut, and Gum Roads, residents on the west side of Aspen Road, residents on Lil Dixie Trail, residents on River Oak Circle, residents on River Oak Drive, residents on Confederate Drive East, residents of Cedar Creek Farms Road.
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