Monroe County now is open to Marathon at Mile Marker 47, just north of the 7 Mile Bridge, for residents, business owners, disaster workers and supply vehicles. The Lower Keys and Key West will open Sunday morning at 7 am, also to residents, business owners, disaster workers and supply vehicles. A checkpoint in Florida City will remain in place to […]
From Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay: Friends, good news !! Today the middle keys will be opened starting at 9 am. The final wave for the lower keys and Key West will be tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. I know that it has been a long time. Please be advised that there is little here for supplies. Bring tarps, tools, generators, […]
RE-ENTRY Now, re-entry is limited to residents and business owners in the Upper Keys, to mile marker 73, and only during non-curfew hours. The county has kept people out of the Middle and Lower Keys, which includes the hardest hit areas from Big Coppitt Key to Marathon, because it was deemed not safe enough for residents to return. A lot […]
Mary Ellen’s will be open today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and may be open for football tomorrow. The kitchen at 2 Cents was damaged by a falling tree, but they want you to know that they will be rebuilding and back in business better than ever. Mia Clement of Books and Books is preparing the store for reopening […]
As of Friday, Sept. 15 Upper Keys (South to Mile Marker 73) Upper Keys may be open to residents, business owners, property owners, but not visitors. Middle Keys (South through Marathon) Closed to everyone. Lower Keys (North end of 7 mile Bridge to Key West) Closed to everyone.
SHELTERS The Red Cross is gathering incoming supplies and plans to have shelters open later today at Marathon High School, Sugarloaf High School and Key West High School. Islamorada has opened a shelter at Island Christian School and Fire Chief has set up two Salvation Army Canteen Units at Island Christian School and at the mile marker 75 checkpoint. RE-ENTRY […]