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All Palm Beach County Operations Return To Normal On Friday



BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Palm Beach County officials issued this statement Thursday afternoon:

Palm Beach County is no longer under any watches or warnings related to Hurricane Ian. The Emergency Operations Center has returned to a level 3 monitoring, and continues to coordinate with local and state partners.

All county operations will be open on Friday, September 30th. All Palm Tran services will return to regular schedules on Friday. Fixed-Route, Palm Tran Connection and Go Glades are resuming regular service. All Constitutional Offices will also be open on Friday.

If you experienced damage due to Hurricane Ian in Palm Beach County, make sure to report it in the Disaster Awareness & Recovery Tool (DART) app. For more information on the app, visit 

Register for AlertPBC to receive local emergency alerts. For continuing information on the Palm Beach County Division of Emergency Management and hurricane preparedness, please visit our hurricane website, follow us on Twitter @PBCDEM and watch PBC-TV Channel 20.



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