Tuesday, October 20, 2020

STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED

Marco Island Prepares for Hurricane Irma

According to a statement from the Marco Island Police Department, in anticipation of Hurricane Irma, the City of Marco Island has declared a State of Emergency.

Collier County has not made a decision regarding mandatory evacuation or opening shelters at this time. We will keep you informed should this occur.

As Marco Island is a flood zone and a mandatory evacuation area during a tropical storm or similar event, there are no shelters on the island.

Collier County is receiving some pre-staged assets from the Florida National Guard and other entities.

For more information:

Collier County Information Hotline: 239-252-8444.

Collier County Special Needs: 239-225-8809.

Emergency News Bulletins – Irma: www.cityofmarcoisland.com/index.aspx?page=571

2 responses to “STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED”

  1. Kay says:

    What is a “pre-staged asset”?

  2. Myra Poverman says:

    Do you have any pictures of the beach area in and back if The Admiralty House 140 Seaview Court. I plan on coming down from Boston on 10/1 and hope I will be able to get there. I know you have many other priorities but thank you in advance and thank you for all you do!

    Regards

    Myra Poverman

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