St. Johns County Property Appraiser Eddie Creamer is asking Historic City News readers whose home or property sustained damage during Hurricane Irma to complete a Storm Damage Report through his office website.
Historic City News was informed today that St Johns County has reopened to the public the boat ramp on the Vilano Beach Causeway, after a brief closure due to Hurricane Irma.
After readers reported that they had been approached by door-to-door canvassers Saturday, asking questions about damage done to their home during the hurricane, Historic City News set out to determine what agency was conducting the […]
St Johns County and Senator Marco Rubio are hosting an Irma Recovery Assistance event for residents affected by Hurricane Irma from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Monday, September 18th at the St Johns County Administration Building, located at […]
The Incident Management Team for Hurricane Irma updated Historic City News local reporters this weekend as they concluded their first week of operation to assess and restore access to the national parks throughout South Florida, […]
Those Historic City News readers who reside in the City of St Augustine and obtaining building permits for hurricane-related repairs to their property will be glad to learn that the City no longer designates buildings […]
Sheriff Shoar reported the first fatality related to Hurricane Irma occurred Monday night.
St Johns County Fire Rescue members of the Urban Search and Rescue team are finding numerous homes throughout the county that have been damaged by high winds, fallen trees and flood waters.
St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center reported to Historic City News this afternoon that they have been fielding numerous inquiries asking when it will be safe for residents to return to their homes on the […]
Historic City News has received an updated report regarding hurricane evacuation shelters operating during Hurricane Irma.