City of Palm Bay Declares State of Emergency in Response to Threat of Hurricane Isaias

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The City of Palm Bay is closely monitoring the progress of Hurricane Isaias

Following Brevard County’s issuance of a local state of emergency, on Friday, July 31, 2020, the City of Palm Bay declaring a state of emergency in the City of Palm Bay in response to the threat of Hurricane Isaias.

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Following Brevard County’s issuance of a local state of emergency, on Friday, July 31, 2020, the City of Palm Bay declaring a state of emergency in the City of Palm Bay in response to the threat of Hurricane Isaias.

The City of Palm Bay is closely monitoring the progress of Hurricane Isaias.

At the 5 p.m update, the National Hurricane Center issued a Hurricane Warning for Brevard County.

Tropical-storm-force conditions are forecasted to impact the east coast of Florida beginning as early as Saturday morning as squall lines move into the area.

With Hurricane Isaias approaching the east coast of Florida, residents are urged to make necessary storm preparations.

City status updates and important news will be shared through local media and through official communications on the City of Palm Bay website, information hotline at 321-726-5683, and social media accounts.

Residents are also urged to sign up to receive City of Palm Bay and Brevard County emergency notifications by phone, text, or email through AlertBrevard.

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