SRA1A & Additional Beach Re-Opening

Effective today, Monday, November 7, 2016 at 7:00 a.m., the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has temporarily re-opened SRA1A/Oceanshore Boulevard from South 9th Street to South 19th Street. This area is still considered an active construction zone. The posted speed limit in this area is 25MPH.   However, the beach between 9th Street South and 19th Street…

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Pedestrian & Vehicle Safety

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT The Flagler Beach Police Department is providing the following information in an effort to educate our citizens and visitors on Florida State Statute 316.130; Pedestrians Traffic Regulations.  By increasing public awareness with this Statute we hope to gain compliance from pedestrians and motorists. Our goal in providing this information is to make…

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2016 Halloween Safety

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT This year our Police and Fire Departments will embark on a Halloween safety campaign for parents and children who plan to “Trick or Treat” in the City of Flagler Beach. On Monday, October 31, 2016 between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m., personnel from our Police and Fire Departments will be patrolling the streets…

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Dunes and Dune Crossovers

“Dunes and Dune Crossovers” The South 9th Street dune crossover has now been repaired and can be added to the list of usable access points for that section of the beach that has been open to the public: North 4th Street south to South 9th Street. Where dune crossovers have been closed due to damage…

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SR A1A / South Central Detour

“SR A1A / South Central Avenue Detour” The road collapse on SRA1A (Oceanshore Boulevard) as a result of Hurricane Matthew forced the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to close a 1.4 mile stretch of this scenic highway. Traffic is being detoured one (1) block west to South Central Avenue between South 9th Street and South…

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Beaches Re-Opening Limited Access

FLAGLER BEACHES RE-OPENING —  LIMITED ACCESS Effective tomorrow, Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 8:00 a.m., the Boardwalk in our City along with a limited portion of our beach will be open to the public. The beach will be open between 4th Street North and 9th Street South. Lifeguards will be on duty. Swimming and surfing…

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Hurricane Matthew- Recovery Efforts

Hurricane Matthew  – Recovery Efforts From:  Larry Newsom, City Manager Date:  October 16, 2016   Starting at 7:45 a.m. today and ending just before 11:00 a.m., Volunteers and City Staff started the initial beach cleanup process due to debris from Hurricane Matthew.   Our scenic beaches were scattered with miscellaneous debris, to include; treated and untreated…

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