A majority of FPL customers in the area are back online, but those who remain without are expected to have power by the end of the weekend, with the exception of those who suffered from severe weather damage.
Palm Beach County's curfew has been lifted, but the Sheriff's Office urges drivers to use caution.
Tolls remain suspended along the Turnpike and other Florida toll roads. No word on when that will change.
School returns in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast on Monday, with the exception of Okeechobee County, where classes resume tomorrow.
All county government offices and courts in Palm Beach through Indian River Counties are back open and fully operational.
Here is a list of offices that are open in Palm Beach County as of Thursday, September 14.
- Palm Beach County Court Houses
- Palm Beach County Libraries
- Palm Beach County Solid Waste Management Authority
- Clerk and Controller Offices
- Palm Tran
- Port of Palm Beach
- U.S. Postal Service locations in South Florida
ST LUCIE COUNTY:
St. Lucie County offices and attractions are returning to normal operations today, Wednesday, Sept. 13. However, there are still some facilities without power or with extensive cleanup efforts. Please call to make sure the facility that you are planning to visit is open before heading there.
St. Lucie County’s Ocean Rescue returned to duty at Pepper Park and Waveland beaches. Heavy winds and rough surfs will continue throughout the week, so beachgoers are urged to use extreme caution along the coastline.
Most county parks, preserves and mosquito impoundments still have debris cleanup efforts underway, so residents are asked to refrain from visiting outdoor attractions until they have been cleared.
- Health Department in Stuart
- Beaches are back open
Indian River County
- All Recreational and Library facilities are open except
- Tracking Station Beach Park
- Gifford Library
- Turtle Trail Beach Access