A local State of Emergency has been declared for Brevard County effective at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, in response to the pending threat of Hurricane Ian.
As the storm edges toward Florida, the decision has also been made to close Brevard County Government offices and cease non-essential operations effective at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The County will then go to Level 1 activation, which means essential personnel
will be in place to respond to any impacts related to Hurricane Ian.
A local state of emergency is declared in advance of potential disaster event and enables government entities to readily seek response or recovery assistance from the state.
A decision on when to return to normal County Government operations will be made as soon as an accurate assessment on weather conditions and any ongoing related issues can be made, and will be communicated through Brevard County department leadership
and through local media outlets.
PDF Emergency Proclamation First Extension Hurricane Ian 2022 #2 (1337 KB)
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