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City of Stuart: Hurricane Ian Advisory #3

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Stuart - Wednesday September 28, 2022: The City of Stuart continues to monitor Hurricane Ian and prepare to continue City operations and respond to any storm related needs of our residents and businesses.

City of Stuart offices will be closed both Wednesday, Sept. 28, and Thursday, Sept. 29.

Due to the Martin County Landfill being closed both Wednesday, Sept. 28 and Thursday, Sept. 29, City of Stuart sanitation pickup scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday will not resume until Friday, Sept. 30. Sanitation crews will service missed areas both Friday and Saturday to make up for the missed pickups.

Following is a list of closures known at the current time:

• MARTIN COUNTY SCHOOLS will be closed on Wednesday, Sept. 28 and Thursday, Sept 29. In addition, all after-school activities will be cancelled today (Tuesday) through Thursday. Extended Day remains open after school today but will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday.

• BRIDGES. The Roosevelt Drawbridge and Hobe Sound Bascule Bridge must be in the locked-down position by 8 p.m. tonight (Tuesday), Sept. 27. Bridges will be locked down north to south with the Roosevelt Drawbridge expected to close at 5:30 p.m. and the Hobe Sound Bascule Bridge at 6:30 p.m.

• MARTIN COUNTY PARKS. Sailfish Sands Golf Course and all related golf facilities are closed. Seaside Cafe at Stuart Beach and Sand Dune Cafe at Jensen Beach are also closed until further notice.

• TRANSIT. Martin County public transport (MARTY) will not be in service beginning Wednesday, Sept. 28 until further notice.

• OTHER CLOSURES: Martin County Board of Commissioners Offices (Wednesday and Thursday); Martin County Judicial Offices (Wednesday and Thursday); Martin County Property Appraisers Offices (Wednesday and Thursday); Martin County Tax Collector Offices (Wednesday); Martin County Landfill; and Florida Department of Health in Martin County (Wednesday and Thursday).

Residents are encouraged to stay informed and monitor weather updates issued by the National Weather Service. The City will continue to issue updates via our social media platforms.

Updates can also be received by signing up for Stuart Emergency Alert notifications at