8:00 a.m. Tuesday: Per JSO, all bridges are open.
UPDATE: Many of Jacksonville's bridges have reopened, according to officials.
The Main St bridge is closed this morning. EB lanes of Matthews are open. All Inteacoastal, Hart, Acosta, Dames Point and Buckman are open.— Phil Amato (@PhilAmatoANjax) September 12, 2017
Jax EOC advises the intracoastal bridges to the Beaches will open at 6 PM. Remember a curfew is in effect 10PM-6AM & no alcohol sales.— COJB Government (@COJB_Government) September 11, 2017
Jacksonville Beach said the bridges could be closed for some time after Hurricane Irma.
The decision to reopen them was announced Monday evening around 6 p.m.
Officials said a 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew that went into effect Saturday will end on Tuesday at 6 a.m.
There is still a restriction on alcohol sales and the beaches are still closed, officials said.
The restriction on the sale of alcohol in Jacksonville Beach remains in effect until further notice.— COJB Government (@COJB_Government) September 11, 2017
The Dames Point, Fuller Warren and Buckman bridges are open as of 3:45 p.m., officials said.
The rest of the Jacksonville bridges are closed because of flooding.
St. Johns County officials said all bridges to the beaches will remain closed until Tuesday at the earliest.
Due to ongoing damage and safety assessments, all St. Johns County bridges will remain closed through at least 12 p.m. tomorrow.— SJSO (@SJSOPIO) September 12, 2017
Flooding may not subside for several days, officials said.
Downtown Jacksonville, Riverside and San Marco were hit hardest as a southerly wind shift will coincide with high tide.
The following roads and bridges in Clay County are closed:
• Shands Bridge
• Blanding Blvd. at County Road 218
• State Road 16 is closed from Sandhill Rd. to Thunder Rd.
• County Road 220 at Joe Johns Road
• Thunder Road at Eds Court
• County Road 215 at Primrose
Many streets are blocked by downed trees and flooding. Teams are working to clear areas as conditions allow.
It is vital that citizens avoid these areas immediately.
Many other roads in Clay County have traffic lights that are down. By law, drivers should treat that intersection as a 4-way stop.
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