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LIST: Mandatory evacuations across the First Coast ahead of Hurricane Dorian

Multiple Florida counties and cities in Georgia were under a mandatory evacuation. Those have since been lifted.

****UPDATE 9/5: Most (if not all) mandatory evacuation notices have been lifted.

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As Hurricane Dorian pushes towards Florida, multiple counties have issued mandatory evacuations starting Monday morning.

To find your evacuation zone, evacuations routes, and storm surge maps, click here.

To find shelters in your county, click here.

Click each county below for more evacuation information:

CAMDEN COUNTY

  • All areas east of I-95 in Camden County effective at noon Monday, Sept. 2. This includes the entire city of St. Marys.
  • Anyone located west of I-95 should consider evacuation if your neighborhood is prone to flooding.

CLAY COUNTY

  • Mandatory evacuations being 3 p.m. Tuesday in Zones A and B
  • Includes residents in low-lying areas and mobile homes
  • Remains in effect until tropical storm warnings have been cancelled
  • Five emergency shelters open as of 3 p.m. Tuesday

DUVAL COUNTY 

  • Mandatory evacuations begin at 8 a.m. Monday for Zones A and B
  • All people living in manufactured homes, low-lying or flood-prone areas are also included in the evacuation notice.
  • Shelters open 10 a.m. Monday

JACKSONVILLE BEACH 

  • Mandatory evacuations begin at 8 a.m. Monday for Zones A and B
  • Mandatory curfew begins 10 p.m. Monday, remains in effect until 6 a.m. each evening until further notice
  • Alcohol sales banned starting 10 p.m. Monday until further notice

GLYNN COUNTY

  • Mandatory evacuations east of I-95 in Glynn County
  • Mandatory evacuation for Zone A in Glynn County, includes the entire City of Brunswick beginning Sept. 3.
  • Jekyll Island Authority instated a curfew and closed the Jekyll Island Causeway starting at 8 p.m.
  • Georgia Department of Transportation to close the Sidney Lanier Bridge at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3

UPDATE: FLAGLER COUNTY

  • Mandatory evacuations and curfew lifted Wednesday afternoon
  • General population shelter will open at Bunnell Elementary

NASSAU COUNTY

  • Mandatory evacuations begin at 8 a.m. Monday for Zones A, C and F
  • Special needs shelter opens 8 a.m. at Hilliard Middle School
  • General population shelter opens 8 a.m. at Callahan Middle Senior School

PUTNAM COUNTY

  • Mandatory evacuations begin Monday for Zone A
  • Includes residents living in recreational vehicles, mobile homes, and on boats in low lying areas
  • Six shelters will open at 2 p.m. Monday

ST. JOHNS COUNTY


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