Flagler Beach Assistance Center

Flagler County opens assistance center with the City of Flagler Beach Thursday through Saturday September 27, 2017 – A Flagler County Assistance Center will be open Thursday through Saturday at the Wickline Center, and transportation will be available to those who need it. Residents who need assistance with their Hurricane Irma damages are encouraged to…

Scam Alert

“Active Telephone Scam – Hurricane Recovery Grants” The Flagler Beach Police Department is providing this awareness announcement in an effort to warn citizens in our community that there is an active telephone “scam” occurring locally. “Scammers” are looking to capitalize on those affected by Hurricane Irma and to date there have only been a couple…

Building Department Assistance

Hurricane Irma – Building Department Assistance The following information is being disseminated to our residents as well as the local media in order to provide valuable and timely information regarding building repairs in our City associated with Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Irma damaged many homes in our City and the process of repairing and/or rebuilding homes…

Mold in water-damaged Buildings

MOLD IN WATER-DAMAGED BUILDINGS The Florida Department of Health in Flagler County (DOH-Flagler) urges the public to take precautionary measures to avoid indoor air quality problems can that occur in storm damaged homes and buildings. Moisture from leaks or flooding can promote mold growth inside buildings.   TO PROTECT AGAINST HEALTH RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH MOLD:…

Practice Generator Safety

Prevent fires, practice generator safety   September 11, 2017 – Residents using generators are asked to take necessary precautions for safe operation, especially as power is restored to more users.   “We have all made it this far, and we want to make sure that everyone continues to be safe,” said Flagler County Fire Rescue…

Watch for downed Powerlines

Watch for downed powerlines   September 11, 2017 – As powerlines are in the process of being re-energized, Flagler County officials caution residents to use extreme caution as electric lines become live.   “This can be a very dangerous situation,” Flagler County Administrator Craig Coffey said. “The weather has improved, but it is still a…

Stay Indoors

      Stay indoors, limited first responder abilities as Irma nears  September 10, 2017 – Hurricane Irma is rapidly approaching and Flagler County officials are encouraging residents to be where they intend to shelter by 6 p.m. Sunday and stay indoors for the duration of the storm. “Dangerous winds alone are reason enough to stay indoors,”…

Traffic Signals_Driver Responsibility

“Traffic Signals/Lights & Driver Responsibilities”   As Hurricane Irma impacts our area, the possibility of power outages increases dramatically.  The result of the power outages means that traffic signals may become either inoperable or flashing intermittent red or yellow signals.  The following traffic safety information is respectfully provided in order to educate motorists regarding their…