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Currently, the status of the city’s Emergency Operations Center is at level 3 (or monitoring status)
Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry declared a local state of emergency at 2 p.m. on Thursday, August 29. The declaration, which is valid for a period of seven days, allows the city to take emergency measures to protect the health and safety of its population and to protect against property damage.
Sandbag supplies will be available in the parking lot off of Jean Street, east of the police department’s Midtown Precinct at 995 Orange Ave. Residents are asked to bring their own shovels to fill bags and there is a limit of 10 bags per person. The sandbag supplies will be available until 7 p.m. Thursday, and from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
The city of Daytona Beach will open its Citizen Hotline on Friday, August 30 at 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Beginning Saturday, August 31, the hotline will be operational 24 hours.
There are no open shelters at this time. There is still a lot of uncertainty with the track of this storm. Residents should continue to monitor the news media and online for update. For shelter information online, please refer to the county's information website.
There have not been any evacuations ordered at this time. There is still a lot of uncertainty with the track of this storm. Residents should continue to monitor the news media and online for update. For evacuation information online, please refer to the county's information website.
If evacuations are issued, the city of Daytona Beach does not issue passes for re-entry to the beachside. Typically what happens is people will show their driver’s license or other form of photo ID that shows they live in the area they are trying to access. Officials and public safety also work with people who are trying to get to work, and encourage people to have ID or something from their workplace which verifies their place of employment.