JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The City of Jacksonville is stepping down emergency response efforts Monday evening into Tuesday.
Tuesday the city will resume trash pick up, according an update released Monday evening about Tropical Depression Beryl.
The city also says in the release that Hanna and Huguenot parks will reopen Tuesday morning and public pools will reopen Saturday.
The Coast Guard has reopened the port but the Mayport Ferry will remain out of service until further notice from the city.
Tonight the Emergency Operations Center in downtown will be closed at 8 p.m. and reopen Tuesday morning at 8.
The Legends Center shelter that was open to the public during the storm has been closed.
JEA is still reporting thousands throughout Jacksonville are without power, and the city is asking anyone who wants to report an outage to contact JEA at 904-665-6000. If you see downed or sparking power lines call 911.
Citizens are also being asked to report any storm related damage to 904-630-CITY.
Schools in Duval County will be open Tuesday, but the city warns there could be delays on bus routes during the day.
In response to all the clean up that will need to be done the city has more than 1,000 workers on hand including first responders, JEA and Public Works crews.