Updating 6 06 to 6 10
Regular hours are expected to resume on Monday, October 9th.
UPDATE a.m.: Hurricane Watch from 10/6/2017 AM CDT until further notice for Okaloosa County ORIGINAL POST a.m.
We’ve pulled together our latest round of updates and resources regarding Tropical Storm Nate.
Updates to these notes occur as new product features are added, so that everybody can follow the development process.-Mass cutting places a tremendous burden on the normal collection process and there is not enough equipment or manpower to collect the additional material once a storm makes landfall.-Do not place materials at the curb or take materials to the landfill or transfer facility during a Watch or Warning period.on Friday, October 6, while supplies last (Limit 10 bags per resident per visit please) -Bring your own shovel or scoop ——————————- ALERT OKALOOSA Alert Okaloosa / Everbridge Registration for Emergency Notifications The Okaloosa County Emergency Alerting System, Everbridge, allows citizens to receive notifications concerning severe weather, road closures, missing persons, etc.(The County previously used the Code Red alerting system).
Owners of earlier versions will need to purchase an upgrade.