Evacuations of Zones A & D, Sheltering and Transportation
As of 10:00 a.m. this morning, Nassau County has issued an Evacuation Order for Evacuation Zones A and D. An Evacuation Zone Map can be located at www.onenassau.com/evacuations. There is also an interactive version at www.nassauflpa.com, under the GIS Mapping feature.
A shelter has been opened at the Callahan Multi-Purpose Facility located at 543350 US Highway 1, Callahan, FL 32011. This shelter is available for general population, individuals with special needs, and for pets.
If you have special medical needs, please ensure that you have completed the special needs registration through the Department of Health. They can be reached at 888-353-8387. You can also register online at https://snr.flhealthresponse.com/. If you have already registered, you will be contacted by the Department of Health.
If you are feeling ill, report symptoms to the individual checking you in at the shelter. (gastrointestinal issues, fever, COVID symptoms, etc.)
Everyone visiting a shelter should be prepared to bring:
If you need transportation, please call the Emergency Operations Center at (904) 548-0900. A transportation schedule will be released later today.
Nassau County is unable to tell residents when they will be able to return as that will depend on damages from the storm and associated assessments deeming it’s safe to return. Upon returning to Nassau County, please have identification available. This will ensure that you don’t have any issues returning to your home. If your identification card does not include your home address, please ensure you have some sort of documentation so they can confirm your address. (deed, utility bill, property tax bill, etc.)
Please continue to remain vigilant and follow public safety announcements. They can be heard on NOAA Weather Radio; Local radio stations 89.9 FM, 145.5 FM and 690 AM; and local news stations Channels 4, 12, 30 and 47.
If you have any questions, please contact Nassau County Emergency Management at (904) 548-0900.
Information related to the storm can also be found at www.OneNassau.com
Follow Emergency Management on social media at Nassau EM or at www.twitter.com/NassauEM.
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