Flagler County, FL – All 228 miles of roadway in unincorporated Flagler County and its 35 bridges have been deemed in good shape after being inspected by the Public Works Department. Florida Department of Transporation conducted inspections on both bridges to the barrier island and found no issues.
“We were very lucky,” said County Engineer Faith Alkhatib. “We had only three downed trees – Old Haw Creek, Old Kings Road North, and County Road 205 – and those have already been cleared.”
Alkhatib said there will be no extraordinary debris pickup in unincorporated Flagler County. Waste Pro, the county’s contractor, will pick up yard waste on Saturday this week.
Garbage collection has returned to its normal schedule.