Treasure Coast Hurricane Dorian coverage Sept 3, 2019

Treasure Coast Hurricane Dorian coverage Sept 3, 2019

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St. Lucie County Hurricane Dorian Update 10 Sept 3, 2019

Fort Pierce:

Hurricane Dorian Advisory #11
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
8:30 AM
Public Information: (772) 460-HELP
Here is some info specific to Fort Pierce
Although we are out of the cone of uncertainty, St. Lucie County remains under Hurricane and Storm Surge Warnings. Slow-moving Dorian is beginning to move northwestward at about 1 mph, and a slightly faster motion toward the northwest or north-northwest is expected later today and tonight. Tropical storm force winds may be experienced throughout the day today.
Emergency officials are urging residents to be patient. For your safety and the safety of first responders, please stay off the roads until after the storm passes. Avoid sightseeing.
Postal Service
US Postal Service has been suspended in the zip codes that start with these three digits: 321, 327, 328, 329, 334, 347 and 349.
Law Enforcement checkpoints will be at both North and South Bridges are also still in effect. Law enforcement is there to verify anyone going onto Hutchinson Island is either a resident or business owner. FPPD has also activated a Alpha/Bravo shift system which will provide double the normal manpower to increase citywide patrols for our community’s safety.
South Bridge
South Bridge will remain open only to Hutchinson Island residents and business-owners with proof of residency or ownership. While residents and business owners with identification may be allowed on to the Island at this time, South Bridge could be closed if conditions are deemed too dangerous to safely cross.
Barrier Island Reentry Program
Effective with the 2019 Hurricane Season, residents and property owners of both North and South Hutchinson Island will no longer need a Barrier Island Re-Entry Placard following evacuation for a hurricane. Once a storm has passed and county officials determine it is safe to access the barrier islands, residents and/or homeowners will be required to stop at the check-point and present two documents to justify their access. These documents include a utility bill, insurance declaration or property tax statement along with a government-issued photo identification. Visit the Sheriff’s Office webpage for more information:
Fort Pierce Utilities Authority
FPUA is committed to restoring power to our customers quickly. Mutual aid crews have arrived and are staged to begin assisting FPUA crews with power restoration as soon as safely possible after the storm passes through our area. As we continue to experience intermittent effects from the outer bands of Hurricane Dorian, FPUA urges customers to remain vigilant and focus on safety before, during and after the storm. FPUA offers the following information and safety tips:
The following shelters remain open —
Special Needs Shelter:
Havert L. Fenn, 2000 Virginia Ave, Fort Pierce
Pet-Friendly Shelter:
Fort Pierce Westwood High School, 1801 Panther Lane, Fort Pierce
General Population Shelters:
Fort Pierce Central High School, 4104 S. 25th St., Fort Pierce
Lakewood Park Elementary, 7800 Indrio Rd., Fort Pierce
Treasure Coast High School, 1000 SW Darwin Blvd., Port St Lucie
As of 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 2, St. Lucie County will no
Public Information Helpline
Public Information Lines are open 24 hours per day until further notice at 772-460-HELP (4357). Please reserve 911 for emergency calls.
— Previous updates —
City Closures
City Hall and all city facilities will be closed to the public until further notice.
Meeting Cancellations
The following meetings have been cancelled:
September 3, 2019 City Commission Budget Hearing – CANCELLED
September 3, 2019 City Commission Regular Meeting – CANCELLED
September 3, 2019 FPRA Special Meeting – CANCELLED
September 6, 2019 Lincoln Park Business Expo – POSTPONED to September 27, 2019
Solid Waste
Residents are reminded to secure their trash and recycling carts before the storm. They can become projectiles. Sanitation services including debris removal and garbage pickup have been suspended. Please do not leave out any trash, garbage, and debris at the curb, it will not be picked up before the storm.
Parking Garage
The city’s downtown parking garage is now closed. Please do not enter the garage, it is full.
Public Schools
All County public schools will be closed until further notice, this includes Tuesday and Wednesday.
Fort Pierce City Marina
Water and power has been shut off at Fort Pierce City Marina as a safety precaution.
We are committed to keeping our residents safe and informed – all public notices will be provided on the city’s website at, social media channels and Fort Pierce TV Channel 27. Residents are also urged to sign up for St. Lucie County’s Alert St. Lucie program to get emergency notifications sent directly to their phone, email or text:
Residents can subscribe to receive updates through the “Weather Alert” feed dedicated to sharing information regarding Hurricane Dorian on the city’s website: The City of Fort Pierce will send an AM and PM notices each day.


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