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Sand bags offered at City Hall

Sand bags offered at City Hall

Gulfport, Florida -- Due to prolong threat of tide surge, the City of Gulfport is providing sand at the north side of the City Hall parking lot at 2401 51st St. S.  Sand will be available until the storm threat has been alleviated.

The city provides the sand, bags, shovels and a unit to help you fill the bags.

Sandbags available at Gulfport City Hall 2401 53rd St. S. For more info, Call 727-893-1089.

Tug boat pilots save the Pier from drifting barge

St. Petersburg, Florida -- Jonny Reno has reported an extra large barge was adrift Sunday morning during Tropical Storm Debby and dragging hooks towards the St. Pete Pier. 

It was thanks to two very talented tug boat pilots who managed to push the barge--that at one point reportedly came within 75 of the corner--away from the Pier. After they "pushed" it away, Reno says the pilots took the next hour to guide the drift of the barge to the northwest side of the Pier.

Road closures in Clearwater

Road closures in Clearwater

Clearwater, Florida -- There is a major road closure due to flooding at Enterprise Road between Village Drive and Frisco Drive.

The City says the water depth ranges from a foot to three feet, depending on where you are in the roadway. With little or no more rain, the road may reopen in approximately three hours.

Other city streets that are currently closed with minor traffic concerns but will reopen soon are Smallwood, Glenwood, Rosewood and Rosemere.

Weather Update: Clearwater Beach

Weather Update: Clearwater Beach

Clearwater, Florida -- The following are reports from our 10 News Assignment Editor and Clearwater Beach resident Jim Peppard:

12 p.m. Monday - City issues storm assessment for Clearwater Beach

A day after Tropical Storm Debby passed through, must of the north beach remains flooded today, the city reports.

The northern most Carlouel Area is about 80% flooded, though passable in most areas.  Other parts of the north beach are about 40% flooded, and are drivable.

Sand key Park is open, but mostly flooded.

Sand bags available for Clearwater residents

Sand bags available for Clearwater residents


Clearwater, Florida -- Residents in need of sand bags can obtain sand for free at the City of Clearwater's Public Works Complex located at 1650 N. Arcturas Ave, off Hercules Avenue and Sherwood Street.

Residents will need to bring their own bags, as the city does not have them available. Bags can be purchased at most home improvement stores.

Self-serve sand is located outside the fence on Arcturas Avenue so residents can fill their own bags 24 hours a day. Sand will be available until supplies last.