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Posted on: July 31, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Hurricane Isaias Updates

Hurricane ISAIAS - NF

Update - August 2, 2020 (12:40pm)

All City Recreation facilities and parks that were previously closed will reopen beginning Monday, August 3 at 8am. This includes all beach parks, pool facilities, Bark Beach at Spanish River Beach and Mizner Bark Dog Park. Residents should call ahead to City golf and tennis facilities to see if playing conditions are favorable.

Update  - July 31, 2020 (6:45pm)

All City Recreation facilities will be closed beginning Saturday, August 1 until further notice. This includes all beach parks as well as golf, tennis and pool facilities. Bark Beach at Spanish River Beach, as well as Mizner Bark Dog Park will also be closed. 

Stay connected with the City for additional updates.

For the latest updates on Hurricane Isaias, visit National Hurricane Center.


Update - July 31, 2020 (5:30pm)

A Hurricane Warning (hurricane conditions are expected within 36 hours) has been issued for the east coast of Florida from Boca Raton to Volusia/Brevard County Line. 

Palm Beach County issued a State of Local Emergency beginning July 30, 2020. Read the full Order. 

As per the County during a press conference, residents are safer at home and are encouraged to stay home during the storm. If you live in a mobile home, consider sheltering with a family member or friend who resides in a sturdy home, or in a local hotel. Shelters should be considered last resort. Watch the full press conference

For the latest updates on Hurricane Isaias, visit National Hurricane Center.

View the City’s Hurricane Newsletter or visit Be Prepared Boca for additional information, resources and more.

Update - July 31, 2020 (11:50am)

Governor Ron DeSantis issued a State of Emergency for counties in the path of Hurricane Isaias, including Palm Beach County.

The Governor is urging all Floridians on the East Coast to prepare for potential impacts. By declaring a state of emergency, Governor DeSantis is ensuring that state and local governments have ample time, resources and flexibility to prepare. 

Read the Executive Order.

For the latest updates on Hurricane Isaias, visit National Hurricane Center.

Update - July 31, 2020 (11am)

A Hurricane Watch has been issued for portions of the Florida east coast from north of Deerfield Beach northward to the Volusia-Brevard County Line, which includes City of Boca Raton. For the latest updates on Hurricane Isaias, visit National Hurricane Center

July 31, 2020 (10:45am)

We are monitoring reports from the National Hurricane Center regarding Hurricane Isaias. Currently, a Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for portions of the Florida east coast, which includes the City of Boca Raton. For the latest updates on Hurricane Isaias, visit National Hurricane Center.

Park and facility closures may be possible on Saturday and Sunday if the impacts of Hurricane Isaias affect our area. Notifications will be posted at location sites and announcements will be updated on the City’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

Be sure to stay connected with the City before, during and after the storm:

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