Nicole leaves portions of Clay County waterlogged

Flooding reported on St. Johns River, Doctors Inlet, Black Creek

From Clay County Emergency Management
Posted 11/10/22

Water levels are rising along the St. Johns River and Doctors Lake which are higher than we saw during Hurricane Ian. High tide wasn’t until 2:30 p.m. and it will take some time for the water …

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Nicole leaves portions of Clay County waterlogged

Flooding reported on St. Johns River, Doctors Inlet, Black Creek

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Water levels are rising along the St. Johns River and Doctors Lake which are higher than we saw during Hurricane Ian. High tide wasn’t until 2:30 p.m. and it will take some time for the water to recede.

Residents who need help to leave the affected area can call the call center at (877) 252-9362 and if it’s an immediate emergency, dial 911. Clay County Fire Rescue and Clay County Sheriff’s Office responders are standing by to help.  

As a reminder, don’t drive through standing water since you don’t know how deep it is. Don’t try to drive or walk through any water that has a current because you don’t know how fast it’s moving. 

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