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Resources and reopenings in NE FL – 104.5 WOKV

Jacksonville FL — Check back for updates on the latest reopenings in the Northeast Florida region:

Duval County:

-Duval County’s local state of emergency will end Saturday, November 12 at 8 a.m.

-Friday garbage, recycling, bulk waste and yard waste collection will take place as normal.

-The Thursday catch-up day for garbage, recycling, bulk waste and yard waste collections will take place on Saturday, November 12.

-JTA resumed normal operations on Friday and the St. Johns River Ferry will resume operations Friday, November 11 at noon.

-The following shelters will be closed on Friday, November 11 at 5 p.m.: Legends Center and Landmark Middle School.

-The Jacksonville Fair reopens at 3 p.m. Friday.

-Hanna Park has reopened.

-WM (formerly Waste Management) will resume collection services on Friday, November 11. Thursday customers in Jacksonville will be served on Saturday and Friday customers will be served as normal. For Jacksonville Beach customers, Thursday Trash and Yard Waste customers will receive service on their next regular collection day. Thursday recycling customers will be served on Friday and Friday customers will be served on Saturday.

-The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens will reopen to the public tomorrow, Saturday November 12, 2022 with normal opening hours.

-Duval Public Schools and district offices will reopen as normal on Monday, November 14.

St. Johns County:

-The St. Augustine Historic Downtown Parking Lot will resume regular operations and collect parking fees on Friday, November 11 beginning at 12:00 p.m. Residents who have parked their personal vehicle there should plan to pick it up as soon as possible after high tide on Friday morning. There are no fees when leaving the garage when picking up your vehicle.

-The Visitor Information Center will reopen for normal operations at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, November 11.

-St. Johns County resumes regular garbage, recycling and yard debris collection schedules on Friday, November 11. Residents originally scheduled for collection on Thursday will have service on Saturday, November 12.

-WM (formerly Waste Management) will resume service in St. Johns County on Friday, November 11. Thursday customers will be served on Saturday and Friday customers will be served as normal.

-St. Johns County Public Library System branches and book drops will reopen at 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 12, resuming regular business hours. Notary, printing, copying and faxing fees will be waived for storm-related matters.

-Effective immediately Friday, Nov. 11, voluntary evacuation orders for all areas issued in St. Johns County in response to Tropical Storm Nicole have been lifted. Residents are encouraged to drive with caution as isolated areas may still have standing water making them impassable and may be restricted by emergency services.

-Emergency management officials say A1A has now reopened after emergency repairs were completed by FDOT. Please drive with caution, especially near the Guana River Road and Carcaba Road areas.

-St. Johns County Ocean and Fishing Pier facilities, including the parking lot, clubhouse, volleyball courts and pier gift shop, will reopen on Saturday, November 12. The gift shop will resume normal business hours from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

-The fishing pier, both beach access points and the water park will remain closed until further notice.

clay county:

-WM (formerly Waste Management) will resume service in Clay County on Friday, November 11. Thursday customers will be served on Friday and Friday customers will be served on Saturday.

-Trash pickup was delayed on Thursday and crews are picking up these routes on Friday.

-If you have yard waste, Clay County will pick it up Friday and Saturday, and the county has a plan to have claw trucks pick up all remaining yard waste next week. You can also bring your yard waste to the Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility for free from November 11-21.

-If you have damage to your home or other structure, or flooding in your home, please call the call center at 877-252-9362 to report it. If you have photos, please email them, your name and address to Socialmedia@claycountygov.com.

-Clay County District schools will reopen on Monday, November 14, 2022.

Nassau County:

-WM (formerly Waste Management) will resume service in Nassau County on Friday, November 11. Thursday customers will be served on Friday and Friday customers will be served on Saturday.

-Preliminary damage and debris assessments by Nassau County emergency responders indicate minor wind impacts to the area. Therefore, the county will not activate additional debris removal contracts. Residents are encouraged to separate their household and garden waste and dispose of it through normal channels.

-Excess yard waste should be cut and bagged according to your waste hauler/supplier’s guidelines. Please contact your waste disposal company directly if you have any questions.

-Yard waste and construction/demolition debris can be brought to the Sandhill Recycling Center located at 153326 County Road 108 in Yulee. Please call (904) 225-2801 for hours of service and disposal rates.

Baker County:

-WM (formerly Waste Management) will resume service in Baker County on Friday, November 11. Thursday customers will be served on Friday and Friday customers will be served on Saturday.