City of Naples issues mandatory evacuations for Zone A

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NAPLES, Fla. — The City of Naples is now under a Hurricane Warning and has announced mandatory evacuations for all properties in Zone A.

Those living in coastal areas, west and south of U.S. 41, in flood-prone areas and mobile homes should evacuate immediately.

Storm surge is currently being predicted at 6-9 feet for this area with the possibility of increasing due to hazardous conditions.

The City’s Emergency Operation Center (EOC) will be partially activated at 5 p.m. tonight.

Collier County has issued a voluntary evacuation notice for residents in Zone A, low-lying flood-prone areas, and mobile homes.

If you have the ability to evacuate, the City of Naples urges you to do so immediately.

Collier County will have General Population Shelters opening at 5 p.m. Tuesday as a last resort.

The following pet-friendly general population shelters will be opening:

Oak Ridge Middle School, 14975 Collier Blvd, NaplesCorkscrew Middle School, 1165 Oil Well Rd, NaplesGolden Gate Middle School, 2701 48th Terrace SW. NaplesImmokalee Middle School, 401 North 9th ST, Immokalee

The following non-pet-friendly general population shelters will also be open:

Golden Gate High School, Opening at 6:00 P.M. 2925 Titan WAY, NaplesGulf Coast High School, 7878 Shark Way, NaplesImmokalee High School, 701 Immokalee DR, # 5, Immokalee

As the City of Naples and Collier County will begin experiencing strong, tropical storm force winds later this afternoon, the City asks all to stay off the roads and take shelter.

All City buildings and facilities will be closed at 2 p.m. today. The Pier will be closed at 6 p.m. tonight.

 

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