Nassau EM

Schools in Nassau County School District will be CLOSED on Thursday, September 29, and Friday, September 30. All afterschool activities will be canceled for Wednesday - Friday of this week. We will continue to provide updates through Parentlink and social media.

Press Release #2

Nassau County Under Tropical Storm Surge Watch

As of 5:00 p.m. yesterday evening, Nassau County has been placed under a Tropical Storm

Surge Watch. This means that Nassau County could experience high tides and storm surge as a

result of Hurricane Ian. Residents should prepare now by checking disaster supplies and

ensuring you have an evacuation plan in place.

Please note that a Storm Surge Watch is different that a Storm Surge Warning. Right now,

residents are reminded to stay vigilant and have a plan in place. Should a Storm Surge Warning

be issued, Nassau County residents in low-lying and flood prone areas should prepare by

placing sandbags around doors and garage doors, elevating or anchoring utilities, elevating

furniture and clearing gutters of debris.

No announcements have been made regarding evacuations or sheltering. However, please be

assured that plans are in place and will be announced should the need arise.

Know your evacuation zone! Should Nassau County be upgraded to a Hurricane Warning,

evacuation orders will be announced by zone. You can find an evacuation zone map by visiting

If you have not yet signed up for Emergency Alerts, please do so ASAP. This will ensure that you

are notified right away if any evacuation orders are issued. Sign up at

If you have any questions, please contact Nassau County Emergency Management at (904) 548-

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