The City of Treasure Island

City Of Treasure Island Post Hurricane Ian Update

Earlier this morning, Sept. 26, the City of Treasure Island City Commission declared a local state of emergency for the city of Treasure Island.

TREASURE ISLAND, Fla. – City of Treasure Island officials, Treasure Island Fire Rescue, and Treasure Island Police are currently conducting damage assessments around Treasure Island.

No major damage was reported.

Mandatory evacuations have been lifted and bridges are open and residents can return to the island.

City offices will have a soft open Friday, but won’t return to full operations until Monday, Oct. 3, and Garbage pickup will begin Friday, Sept. 30.

In the news: Residents, Business Owners Can Now Apply For Federal Assistance In Florida Post Hurricane Ian

Treat intersections with malfunctioning traffic signals at a four-way stop and beware of low-hanging wires and debris in the roadway.

“We are thankful to all our staff and emergency personnel for all their hard work in keeping everyone informed and safe,” said the City. “Please keep our friends to our south in your thoughts. They are going to need a lot of help and support.”

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