The City of Sebastian will be posting all relevant information regarding hurricane Irma on this page. Please check back here often as the information changes frequently. You can also check out the city of Sebastian's Facebook page as we are posting this information and sharing other agencies information regarding the storm. http://www.facebook.com/cityofsebastian

If you have any comments or questions, please call the Citizens Request Line at 772-581-0111. This line is not manned 24x7, so please leave a message and we will get back to you.


 

The Weather Channel

Website:
http://www.weather.com/

22  Comcast 362 DirectV 27 BrightHouse
225  AT&T U-Verse 214 Dish    

 

Local Government Channels

Comcast
  • Channel 27 (Indian River County)
  • Channel 25 (City of Sebastian)
AT&T U-Verse
  • Channel 99 (City of Sebastian)
 

 Streaming

 
 

 Indian River County Emergency Services

 
 

 National Weather Service

  • NOAA Weather Radio
    • questions regarding NOAA Weather Radios, please call 772-567-2154
 
 

 Local Radio Stations

  • WQCS-FM (88.9)
  • WSCF-FM (91.9)
  • WAVW-FM (92.7)
  • WGYL-FM/WTTB-AM (93.7/1490)
  • WZZR-FM (94.3)
  • WPHR-FM (94.7)
  • WOSN-FM (97.1)
  • WJKD-FM (99.7)
  • WCZR-FM (101.7)
  • WQOL-FM (103.7)
  • WZTA-FM (107.9)
 
 
 

 City of Sebastian Specific Information

Sebastian Police Department City of Sebastian:

 

 

State of Florida Resources

  • Florida Emergency Information Line -- 800-342-3557

    The Florida Emergency Information Line (FEIL) is a toll-free hotline activated at the time of an emergency to provide an additional resource for those in Florida to receive accurate and up-to-date information regarding an emergency or disaster situation impacting the State of Florida.

    FEIL line is currently activated and available 8:30 AM - 12:00 AM (midnight) Eastern Time.

  • http://floridadisaster.org/info/
  • http://www.fl511.com/
 

Devastating floods occur throughout the u.S. Every year. Ninety percent of all presidentially declared natural disasters involve flooding. Flooding is usually divided into two categories: flash flooding and river flooding. Both can cause death, injury and property destruction.

The following brochures and videos provide information on flood protection and hurricane preparedness. There are also links to the latest flood zone maps.

Please be sure to report power outages to FPL at 1-800-4-OUTAGE. By reporting to FPL is helps us keep track of power outages after the storm

On Sepotember 13th, 2017, The City of Sebastian begun to pick up debris from the storm. We will work our way through the city over the next week. There will then be about a 2-3 week break before we make a 2nd pass throughout the city.

Please be patient and just place your debris out by the curb and we will be around to pick it up.

Please call 772-581-0111 if you have any questions or comments.

DATE:  September 12, 2017

CONTACT:  
Cristen McMillan
Phone:  772-564-5527 

                       SDIRC EMPLOYEES TO FOLLOW GRADUATED SCHEDULE RETURNING TO WORK.

The School District of Indian River County will reopen schools and resume normal operations on Monday September 18th.  As of 2:30 pm today all of our schools did not have electrical power.  We also have concerns with flooding around schools and in many neighborhoods.  Finally, we know that many families, including employees, are out of state and need additional time to return.  With these concerns in mind, we will start back to work in a graduated fashion. 

Wednesday, September 13th – Essential Personnel 

All essential personnel will report to work and continue to prepare the facilities for operation.

Thursday, September 14th – District Office Resumes Operation 

The JA Thompson Administrative Center will be fully operational and all personnel assigned to the facility should report to work.

Friday, September 15th – District-Wide Work Day 

All district employees should report to work.  We will use this day to prepare for students to return on Monday, September 18th.  For example, teachers and teacher assistants can prepare classrooms and lessons.  Bus drivers will be able to inspect their busses and drive all of their routes to make sure there are no safety concerns.  Food service personnel will be able to assess inventory, and make preparations for the coming week.

Monday, September 18th – Resume normal operations 

Students return to school and all associate activities resume normal operations.

If an employee cannot report to work on one of the associated days listed above, they need to contact their supervisor to arrange leave.

This graduated schedule was designed to allow us to address any and all safety concerns and bring our readiness level back up to full strength before students return to school on Monday, September 18th.

Starting tomorrow, 9/9/17, there will be no garbage pickup and the IRC Landfill and convenience centers will be closed

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