August 30, 2019

Dunlawton Bridge information

For the safety of the public, the Dunlawton Bridge will close to both eastbound and westbound traffic when windspeed reaches a sustained thirty-nine miles per hour. Once the bridge closes it will not re-open until it has been inspected and deemed safe by the Florida Department of Transportation.

In the event a mandatory evacuation is issued, the bridge will be manned by officers from Daytona Beach Shores, Port Orange and Ponce Inlet. Only residents, business owners and persons that have legitimate business on beachside from north Daytona Beach Shores city limits to Ponce Inlet will be allowed over. Vehicles displaying a Daytona Beach Shores or Ponce Inlet pass will be expedited over the bridge. Officers manning the bridge during the mandatory evacuation will stop any vehicle without a pass. If the occupants cannot prove residency or legitimate business, they will not be allowed access. Anyone with a beachside address north of Daytona Beach Shores north city limits will need to use a different bridge.

Residents and business owners are urged to report to the Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety to receive their bridge passes. Business owners can obtain passes for employees who will need access. The Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety has passes available 24/7 in the main lobby. You must bring proof of residency.


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