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Subtropical Storm Nicole Updates
11/10/22 - 7:00 am
Nicole has been downgraded to a tropical storm as it moves away from our area. Damage assessments are underway but we are mostly seeing minor debris. All previous flooding has receded. Staff continues to monitor closely the area of Pine Hill Trail due to a sinkhole last night.
11/9/2022 - 8:28 PM
MESSAGE FROM WASTE MANAGEMENT REGARDING GARBAGE PICKUP
As Tropical Storm and soon to be Hurricane Nicole bears down on the East Coast of Florida with an expected early morning landfall, There will be no WM collection operations on Thursday, November 10th.
Even though, the projected track is north of the Palm Beach County area, tropical storm conditions are expected to continue and widespread throughout Thursday morning into the afternoon, making a launch difficult and logistically impractical with the safety of all of our people, most important.
Based on the current storm track and speed, WM expects to resume normal collection schedules on Friday 11/11.
If your scheduled garbage collection day is tomorrow, WM will make the normal collection on the next scheduled collection day (Monday). If tomorrow is your scheduled recycling, yard waste or bulk collection day, WM will collect on the next scheduled collection day as well.
REPORTED ISSUES BEING WORKED ON
11/10/22 5:50 AM Update
Sink Hole on Pine Hill Trail and Quail Circle UPDATE
The sinkhole at the intersection of Pinehill Trail and Quail Circle has temporarily been repaired and is holding. Cones have been placed around the hole and the intersection is now open.
Please continue to use caution when traveling through this area and be aware of your surroundings.
11/9/2022 - 1:33 pm
Reporting FPL power outages
FPL is the service provider of electric in Tequesta. To report or check the status of an outage, please complete the form.
11/9/2022 - 12:45 pm
DOWNED POWERLINES IN TEQUESTA
Tequesta Emergency Management staff is starting to receive reports of several downed powerlines in the area. If you are not planning on evacuating, it is now advised to stay inside due to the danger of the lines.
Palm Beach County initiated mandatory evacuations for Zones A & B effective 7 am this morning. Anyone living on or near the coast, in the affected areas, should evacuate now. This includes Tequesta from the beach west to approximately the Country Club Drive area.
It is highly advised to reconsider evacuating, as there is plenty of space in shelters. The shelter information is posted on our website and social media outlets.
11/8/2022 - 77:28 pm
11/8/2022 - 12:56 PM
FDOT Begins Locking Down State Drawbridges for Tropical Storm Nicole
In Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – In preparation for the approaching storm, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), in coordination with the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), is beginning to lock down state drawbridges immediately in Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties.
The bridges will be closed to marine navigation once lockdowns are complete and will remain closed for the duration of severe weather and until the drawbridges and waterways can be assessed for damages. Bridges will remain open to vehicular traffic.
Mariners are encouraged to frequently check the USCG Notice to Mariners for updates and additional information at Sector Miami.