April 30 Road Advisory Update Number 6



UPDATE



Added to the road closure list



         Indian Ford Road



         Sherwood Drive at Codell Street



         Bryant Bridge Road



 



         Red Rock Road



Santa Rosa County



 



         S.R. 281 (Avalon Boulevard) just south of U.S. 90 is closed.



 



         U.S. 90 from Woodbine to Glover Lane is closed.



 



 



Santa Rosa County school district announced all schools closed tomorrow due to the flooding. Thursday afternoon SRC school distrcit will discuss opening Friday.



 



The Santa Rosa County office of public information reports the following:



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Updated road closure list (new listings in bold):



 



         Intersection of Avalon Boulevard and Carol Road in Milton



         Intersection of Pace Lane and Skipper Lane in Pace



         Intersection of Ward Basin Road and Hickory Hammock Road in East Milton



         Intersection of Hwy. 89 and Pine Blossom Road



         Intersection of Munson Highway and Bubba Lane



         Hilarita Circle in Pace



         Intersection of Sheridan Drive and Stephens Road



         Intersection of Armstrong Road and Industrial Boulevard



         Intersection of Easter Street and Metron Way



         Interstation of Canal Street and Walker Street



         Intersection of Dogwood Drive and Rosasco Street



         Intersection of Avalon Boulevard and Shamrock



         Intersection of Stewart Street and park Avenue



         Intersection of Johnson Road and Cathy Street



         Village Parkway between North Marseille and South Marseille



         Hamilton Bridge on Hamilton Bridge Road in Pace



         



Many low-lying areas of the county are flooded and are expected to remain flooded tonight and into the morning as residents are preparing to leave for work and school.  Standing water creates a serious road hazard including road damage that may not be visible. Do not remove road barricades on closed roads or bridges.  Even after the water has receded, public works crews must complete safety inspections.According to the National Weather Service, the entire panhandle is currently experiencing severe flash flooding conditions.  Residents are urged to stay off the roads as it is extremely dangerous and impedes the response times of emergency responders. Flooding conditions are county-wide, stranding numerous cars, even large trucks.



 



 



Santa Rosa County Actions



 



Shelter Openings



 



Santa Rosa County Schools



 



Reported Flooding/Damage



 



Septic Tanks



 



General Safety Information