List Of Road Closures Escambia And Santa Rosa

June 9, 2012

Here is a partial is of road closures in Escambia County as of  2 p.m., following by road closures information for Santa Rosa county:

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

  1. Gulf Beach and Augusta – Underwater
  2. 10427 Sorento Rd (Sorento Plaza) – Flooding businesses requesting barricades
  3. Fairfield & L St
  4. Fairfield and Pace
  5. Fairfield and S
  6. Stafford South of Lillian
  7. Brent by PCC
  8. 6511 N 9th
  9. Hollywood & Moreno
  10. Airport north of Cordova Mall
  11. Shoemaker and Mobile – 2 foot
  12. W St from Truman to Mass
  13. 34 Patton Dr.
  14. Sandy Creek subdivision on Fairfield Dr
  15. Camelford subdivision on Fairfield Dr
  16. Hwy 98 by PSC
  17. Jackson/Deluna
  18. Lillian/ New Warrington
  19. Sorrento/Segura
  20. 10500blk of Lillian Hwy
  21. New Warrington Spur not passable
  22. Hunter Point Apartments Hwy 98 entrance is not passable
  23. Navy/ Hwy 98
  24. Elisaburg
  25. Gulf Beach/ Wayne
  26. Navy/Gulf Beach
  27. Blue Angel/98 light out
  28. Pace/Fairfield light out
  29. New Warrington/Flynn
  30. Mass./ Fennell
  31. Navy/ W St
  32. Gulf Beach/Patton
  33. Hwy 29/ Brent

SANTA ROSA COUNTY

  • City of Gulf Breeze:
    • Gulf Breeze Parkway is down to one lane each direction throughout most of the city limits due to flooding.
    • Minor flooding along residential streets.
  • Midway Area:
    • Reports of 4-5 feet of water standing on Redwood Dr.
    • Circle Dr. reported street flooding with minor residential flooding.
    • Ramblewood – Reported street and minor residential flooding.
    • Minor Street flooding reported on Maplewood Dr.
    • Duke Dr.  has reports of water up to cars in driveways.

Comments

3 Responses to “List Of Road Closures Escambia And Santa Rosa”

  1. MattM on June 9th, 2012 4:48 pm

    Has anyone heard if the intersection at Brent and Hwy 29 is still flooded? Trying to figure a way to Baptist Hospital?

  2. Michelle on June 9th, 2012 2:36 pm

    Good luck out there, If you are going or leaving work. be careful. Please do not drive through standing water. it is never a good idea. You all know it,

  3. EMD on June 9th, 2012 2:14 pm

    Thank you.





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