UPDATE #3: Hurricane Ian
September 28, 2022
As Hurricane Ian approaches the Jacksonville area, the City of Jacksonville Emergency Operations Center (EOC) continues to collaborate with local and state agencies as they track and monitor for any potential impacts.
- Duval County is currently under a Tropical Storm Warning. The coast of Duval County is also under a Hurricane Watch.
- It is recommended that those who live in Zones A or B and experienced flooding during previous storms consider evacuating.
- The following Shelters opened today, Wednesday, September 28 at 5 PM:
- Legends Center (5130 Soutel Dr.) – open for general population and special needs
- Landmark Middle School (101 Kernan Blvd.) – open for general population, pet-friendly
- Atlantic Coast High School (9735 R. G. Skinner Parkway) – open for special needs only, pet-friendly
- LaVilla School of the Arts (501 N. Davis St.) – open specifically for homeless individuals
- The 630-CITY (2489) information line will be open to the public 24 hours a day throughout the duration of the storm.
- The St. Johns River Ferry will be suspended from Wednesday, September 28 through Friday, September 30.
- All other Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) routes will close Wednesday, September 28 at 8 PM. All transportation services will be closed through Thursday, September 29.