A list of closures related to Hurricane Dorian.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (September 2, 2019, 11:30 AM) –
The City of West Palm Beach has several storm-related closures or curtailed services. Here is a list of closures as of Monday, September 2nd
CITY PARKING GARAGES
City of West Palm Beach Parking Garages are closed. Cars that were parked for shelter in a City garage cannot be retrieved until the garage is reopened. City of West Palm Beach Parking Administration will reopen the garage after we get the ‘all-clear’, and those who have parked in City garages will have 48-hours to remove their vehicles free of charge. After 48-hours, there will be an assessment of $10 per day for each day past the 48-hour free window.
PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Palm Beach International Airport will be closed to all carriers effective 2:00 a.m. and to all traffic effective 9:00 a.m. Monday, September 2, 2019. The airport expects to reopen on September 3, 2019 at 9 a.m.
Palm Tran will not operate fixed-route bus service on Mon., Sep. 2, 2019. Palm Tran Connection will conduct evacuation and shelter trips until conditions make it too unsafe to operate.
All Brightline stations (West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami) will be closed until further notice.
- No school, no courts, county offices closed on Tuesday, September 3, 2019.
- Mandel Library of West Palm Beach closed until further notice.
- City of West Palm Beach Parks and Recreation Facilities- closed until further notice
- City of West Palm Beach government offices – closed until further notice
- All PBC parks and facilities including beaches and boat ramps are closed until further notice.
- West Palm Beach Vickers House closed until further notice
- Because it’s within Evacuation Zone B, Good Samaritan Medical Center has closed until further notice.
- The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center and outlying clinics will be closed on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. The Vet Centers in Jupiter and Greenacres will also be closed. The rural clinics in Clewiston and Moore Haven will be closed through the remainder of next week. VA staff will be contacting all those with appointments to reschedule.
- No Palm Beach County Schools on Tuesday
- Lynn University classes and activities are canceled for Tuesday, Sept. 3. Lynn University will provide further updates.
- FAU Campuses remain closed through September 3. A decision on classes on September 4th will be made as storm information becomes available.
Price Gouging – a state of emergency is in effect. Please report any suspected instances of price gouging, scams or fraud. The price gouging hotline is 866-9no-scam (866-966-7226).
For hurricane preparedness information, please visit: http://www.wpb.org/storm
. To contact City Hall, call (561) 822-1400. To call Mayor’s Special Response Hotline, dial (561) 822-2222. To call the West Palm Beach Police Department non-emergency line, dial (561) 822-1900. In the event of an emergency, dial 911. For TTY, please call 800-955-8771.