St. Augustine, Fla. (September 30, 2022) – Hurricane Ian has moved off the coast of Florida out to sea. Florida’s Historic Coast and St. Johns County has experienced significant impacts from the storm and officials are currently assessing the damage while crews work to clear debris.
St. Augustine Ponte Vedra & The Beaches VCB remains in touch with local and state officials and is continuing to monitor the situation. The safety of our visitors and residents is our primary concern. Florida’s Historic Coast tourism industry is prepared and ready to help in the return to normalcy in our region. FloridasHistoricCoast.com offers visitors weather advisories, with links to official State of Florida and weather information outlets and provide official hyper-local information to assist in making the most informed travel planning decisions possible.
The evacuation order has been lifted and businesses and residents are busy with recovery efforts.
For updates on recovery efforts in St. Johns County, please visit www.sjcfl.us/hurricane or call the St. Johns County Emergency Management Citizen Information Line at 904.824.5550.
Lorena Inclán, St. Johns County Director of Public Affairs – 904.687.9816
Melissa Wissel, City of St. Augustine Communications Director – 904.293.3307
For More Information about Florida’s Historic Coast, contact:
Richard Goldman, RGoldman@FloridasHistoricCoast.com 904-814- 9120
Barbara Golden, BGolden@FloridasHistoricCoast.com 904-669-8142
Located midway between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville, Florida’s Historic Coast includes historic St. Augustine, the outstanding golf and seaside elegance of Ponte Vedra, and 42 miles of pristine Atlantic beaches. For more information on events, activities, holiday getaways and vacation opportunities in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches, go to the Visitors and Convention Bureau website at www.FloridasHistoricCoast.com, become a fan on Facebook or call 1.800.653.2489.