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HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE: Latest Info for NE Broward; Deerfield Beach Tropical Storm Watch

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DEERFIELD BEACH TROPICAL STORM WATCH     HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE: POMPANO BEACH, LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA, LIGHTHOUSE POINT OUT OF CONE OF UNCERTAINTY: Saturday August 31th, 5:00 pm.

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The latest forecast projections has Broward County out of the “Cone of Uncertainty”, however  a Tropical storm watch has been issued for Florida’s east coast from Deerfield Beach to north of Vero Beach. So, technically speaking Deerfield Beach is the only Broward city in the storm watch advisory are while not in the “cone”.  This is positive news for most of Broward County’s coastal cities, but we still far from being out of danger.  Heavy rain, winds and flooding are still expected in the North Broward Coastal Communities including Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, as well as Deerfield Beach.  When Hurricane Dorian come close to us it is still likely to be a Category 4 storm, even if it off the shore and not a direct hit.

SUNDAY UPDATE: Sandbags will not be distributed on Sunday, September 1, 2019 in Deerfield Beach.

THINKING OF EATING OUT THIS WEEKEND?

We checked to see who is open and who is closed. Click to see the dozen or so local area restaurants we checked with.  CLICK HERE

WHERE TO FIND GAS…

Click here to find out the places that have gasoline for sale.  Note this app is updated regularly but things can change moment by moment.  For the latest update, click here.   The map covers most of the Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach-LBTS/North Fort Lauderdale-Lighthouse Point area.  To pinpoint gas in your neighborhood, you may need to put your zip code in the box on the left.


Here is some additional information from the City of Pompano Beach:

The City of Pompano Beach offices will be closed on September 2nd in observance of Labor Day. They will reopen on September 3rd.

Based on  8/31 advisories, the City of Pompano Beach continues to advise residents to monitor and prepare for the potential impacts of Hurricane Dorian on our community. For more information on the latest advisory please visit: hurricanes.gov.


Here is some additional information from the City of Deerfield Beach:

Regular City Operations Update – Saturday August 31st

The City of Deerfield Beach would like to notify residents that all City operations are scheduled to resume as normal on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. This is based on the current track of the storm and is weather dependent. Transportation for Senior Services will resume Tuesday. Parks and Recreation will also provide aftercare services as long as Broward County schools are open on Tuesday. The regular City Commission Meeting and Budget Hearing has not been canceled.

Trash Collection:  Normal waste collection services will resume on Monday, weather permitting.  This is the latest update from the city as of 2pm Saturday.  If any earlier information, listed below, conflicts with the above info, then assume the above is more up to date, although you may want to call ahead to confirm.

International Fishing Pier at  Deerfield Beach Hurricane Dorian Hours of Operation

The Department of Parks and Recreation would like to notify residents that the International Fishing Pier hours will be as follows: Saturday, August 31, 2019, from 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM and Sunday, September 1, 2019, from 6:00 AM – 11:00 AM, weather pending. The International Fishing Pier will close September 1 at 11:00 AM and remain closed until further notice.

Sandbags for Deerfield Beach Residents

The City will be giving out sandbags to Deerfield Beach residents on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 . UPDATE: Sandbags will not be distributed on Sunday, September 1, 2019 in Deerfield Beach. ( Deerfield Beach Tropical Storm Watch Hurricane Dorian)

Parks & Recreation Facility Closures Due to Hurricane Dorian

The Department of Parks and Recreation would like to notify residents that all Parks and Recreation facilities will be closed starting Saturday, August 31, 2019, until further notice. Staff will continue to monitor the storm and should anything change residents will be notified immediately.

Deerfield Beach City Garbage and Recycling Collection Will Continue

All residential and commercial garbage and recycling collection will continue as normal until further notice. Operations will cease if sustained tropical storm force winds occur. The public will be notified.

Please adhere to all Collection Guidelines, and do not place excessive materials for bulk pickup. As normal, bulk materials that exceed seven cubic yards or do not fit within the City’s Guidelines will not be collected and may become projectiles in the occurrence of a storm. Residents should not use this time to complete landscaping work or other projects that will result in heavy bulk trash.

The City is urging residents to actively monitor the storm, and be sure to review their hurricane preparedness plan.

( Deerfield Beach Tropical Storm Watch Hurricane Dorian)


Here is some additional information from the City of Lighthouse Point:

THERE WILL BE NO GARBAGE PICK-UP MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND OR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD.

THERE WILL BE NO BULK PICK-UP FROM SATURDAY, AUGUST 31ST TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH.

The Police Department will be providing regular NIXLE emergency notifications before, during and after the storm, to keep you posted on important neighborhood information. Please encourage your friends and neighbors in Lighthouse Point to sign up now for NIXLE.

 

Here’s some additional information from the town of Lauderdale By The Sea

The Town uses the nationwide CodeRED system to alert residents about hurricanes, gas leaks, emergency road closures and other possible threats to public safety. Read More about Sign-up for CodeRED Emergency Alerts from Lauderdale-By-The-Sea

The most up-to-date forecast information can be found on the National Hurricane Center website. The Town will continue to monitor the storm as it heads north. .

The Town also recommends visiting the Broward County Hurricane Webpage for comprehensive information on how to prepare for a hurricane.

We also recommend signing up for Alert Broward

Our Broward Sheriff’s Office non-emergency phone number is 954-764-4357.


EMERGENCY INFO

Each of the cities in our service area offer an alert number so you can receive automated text messages, phone calls or e-mails.

Click below to sign up for your city or town alerts.

Deerfield Beach

Lauderdale-by-the-Sea

Lighthouse Point

Pompano Beach Hurricane Dorian

Here are links for additional information:

Deerfield Beach Tropical Storm Warning Hurricane Dorian

Lauderdale-by-the-Sea

Lighthouse Point

Pompano Beach Hurricane Dorian

TRACK THE STORM

National Hurricane Center

Latest Updates from Sun-Sentinel

Video and Forecasts from Local 10

SHELTERS/EVACUATION ZONES

Should there be a need to open hurricane shelters, here’s a list of likely facilities near you.

AREA HOTELS THAT HAVE GENERATORS

Click for an interactive map (note: just because they have a generator doesn’t necessarily mean the hotel will be open)


This story was prepared by our Pompano Beach news desk with additional info provided by the cities of Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Lighthouse Point and the Town of Lauderdale-by-the-sea and their websites working to provide up to date news including about Deerfield Beach Tropical Storm Watch Hurricane Dorian.

For more Pompano Beach news and things to do in Pompano Beach read Pompano! magazine and search our website.

Pompano Beach Hurricane Dorian- courtesy graphic- clipart panda
Pompano Beach Hurricane Dorian- courtesy graphic- clipart panda

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