Here's a summary of city and county actions over the past several days:
- St. Johns County issued a mandatory evacuation order for Zones A and B, which encompass about 148,500 people, effective at 8 am Monday. Those areas include the entire city of St. Augustine, the city of St. Augustine Beach and anyone in waterfront property or flood-prone areas.
- The City's Historic Downtown Parking Facility stopped charging for parking at 9 pm Sunday. It was filled Monday morning.
- The St. Johns County Fairgrounds opened for RV and boat storage, free for residents and visitors until seven days after the evacuation order has been lifted. Check in from 8 am to 6 pm through Tuesday, September 3. Public restrooms and showers available but no RV hook ups are available.
- Offices for the City of St. Augustine were closed Monday for Labor Day and Tuesday and Wednesday in anticipation of Hurricane Dorian.
- The St. Johns County School District announced all public schools and district offices would be closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
- The Solid Waste Division scheduled additional yard debris pick-up days Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday and urged residents to clear loose yard debris and assist with collecting street debris in nearby sewer drains to help minimize potential blockage and overflow.
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