Posted on September 8, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.
South Florida Placed Under a Hurricane Warning and Updates
on Shelters, Airport and County Transit
Hurricane Irma Advisory #10
The National Hurricane Center has placedSouth Florida under a Hurricane
A Hurricane Warning is in effect for:
§ Jupiter Inlet southward aroundthe Florida peninsula to Bonita Beach
§ Florida Keys
§ Lake Okeechobee
§ Florida Bay
A Storm Surge Warning is
in effect for:
§ Jupiter Inlet southward aroundthe Florida peninsula to Bonita
§ Florida Keys
A Storm Surge Watch is in
§ North of Jupiter Inlet toSebastian Inlet
§ North of Bonita Beach to Venice
A Hurricane Warning requires immediate action. This means a weather hazard is imminent. During a weather warning, it is important to take action: grab theemergency kit you have prepared in advance and head to safety immediately. Both
watches and warnings are important, but warnings are more urgent.
§ The Broward County Pet FriendlyShelter located at Millennium Middle School/Challenger Elementary School is
§ The Pompano Beach High Schoolshelter is full.
§ If you
believe you qualify for special needs shelter and are not already registered,you must call 311 immediately.
experiencing homelessness are directed to seek shelter. Call the HomelessHelpline at 954-563-4357.
Airport/Broward County Transit:
§ Fort Lauderdale-HollywoodInternational Airport is expected to close at 7:45PM Friday. They have
experienced several delays and cancellations.
§ BrowardCounty Transit remains on a Saturday schedule Thursday through Friday. Express
Bus Service will continue until the arrival of tropical storm force winds.Routes 15, 23, 56 and 88 will remain on a weekday schedule.
To report downed powerlines and outages,
please call 1-800-4OUTAGE (1-800-468-8243).
Broward County Emergency Hotline:
BrowardCounty's Emergency Hotline is open 24/7 to answer your questions. Call 311 or
Call 866-9-NO-SCAM to report price gouging
related to Hurricane Irma. Visit the AttorneyGeneral website for more
information on price gouging.
Residents are encouraged to monitor media outlets forup-to-the-minute information and public safety advisories. The Town will be
posting updates on social media, Facebook at Town ofDavie, FL, follow us on Twitter @TownofDavie, Instagram at townofdavie, visit www.davie-fl.gov or the Town of Davie’s recorded Hurricane Hotline phone number