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St. Johns County Begins Beach Clean-up after Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew Flooding in St Augustine Beach

Beach Clean-up after Hurricane Matthew 

St. Johns County has begun clean-up on the Countys 42 miles of coastline in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. Debris removal planning and operations are underway for all County beaches including Ponte Vedra Beach, South Ponte Vedra Beach, Vilano Beach, St. Augustine Beach, Butler Beach, Crescent Beach, and Summer Haven.

At this time, all vehicular beach access points are closed due to erosion, debris, flooding, and dune reduction. In addition, many walkovers and pedestrian access points were severely damaged or destroyed. Residents are encouraged to avoid the beach, or exercise extreme caution if visiting the beach, until thorough clean-up has been conducted and debris has been removed from walkways, the shore, and parking lots.

For more information on beach clean-up and access during this time of post-storm recovery,please call the St. Johns County Emergency Management Citizen Information Line at 904.824.5550