Three Months After Hurricane Irma, Some Brevard County Parks Still Remain Closed

By  //  December 4, 2017

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Almost three months after Hurricane Irma barreled through Brevard County, nearly a dozen county parks are still closed. (WFTV Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA (WFTV) – Almost three months after Hurricane Irma barreled through Brevard County, nearly a dozen county parks are still closed.

Parks and Recreation workers are still clearing debris and trying to evaluate the safety of docks that were inaccessible due to high water.

Park visitors are welcomed by barricades warning them of potential dangers due to extensive damage from the hurricane.

“It’s a mess. I fish here regularly. The dock itself is a good place to fish. But, since the hurricane, it seems like it’s taking a long time to clean up,” park visitor Mike Mansfield said.

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