We have received so many updates from city and county government public information officers, we decided to combine it here.
First, thank you to the amazing men and women of the Emergency Planning Units and the First Responder’s who are always on the job to keep us safe; as well as the workers from the power and telephone companies who are working overtime to bring power back to our homes and businesses. Be safe and thank you!
There are multiple reports of downed trees, power lines, and blocked roads, please be careful and only travel on the roads unless you need to;
Area localities solid waste collections scheduled for Tuesday have been re-scheduled;
Use caution when assessing your home for damage; be aware of fallen lines, limbs, or other debris that may be harmful. Call the non-emergency number or city information number for your locality to report downed limbs or lines;
Most city offices are closed on Tuesday;
Be aware that there may be delays in transportation, openings of businesses, and recreation facilities such as beaches, etc until cleanups can occur;
After you check your home and report problems, check on your neighbors and friends to be sure that they’re okay!
-The Bulletin Post