Nassau County Manager Mike Mullin has issued a county-wide curfew in Nassau County beginning Tuesday, September 3, at 8 p.m. as Hurricane Dorian approaches the area.
The evacuation order also remains in effect for Nassau County Zones A, C and F.
The curfew will remain in effect until 7 a.m. Wednesday. Mullin also announced all county offices will reopen Friday, September 6.
Nassau County Director of Emergency Management Greg Foster said residents should stay in place during the curfew and focus on the safety of themselves, family and pets.
Nassau County Law Enforcement, Fire and Rescue and FEMA will begin damage assessments as soon as conditions allow for safe operations to begin.
Following those assessments, Nassau County officials will determine when to lift the evacuation order. Schools will remain closed through Thursday and will reopen Friday, according to Nassau County Emergency Management.
Shelter operations will continue until conditions are safe and the evacuation order is lifted.
This afternoon Judge James H. Daniel, Circuit Judge for the Fourth Judicial Circuit in Nassau County suspended all jury service for Friday, Sept. 6.