Flooding is not over for Escambia County, as both the Perdido River and Escambia River are expected to flood in the coming days. all worries aside…power will not interfere with your civic duties tomorrow. UPDATE — SPANISH FORT: Mayor Mike McMillan has pushed back the hours of the curfew for the City of Spanish Fort to assist neighbors to the South that are in need of services that are available in the City of Spanish Fort. "And that's anything that's in the ceiling. The island will remain under a curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan said his deputies continue to heavily patrol the worst affected areas as everyone looks toward recovery. The city’s curfew has been extended until further notice. In the event that the curfew is no longer needed, in the discretion of the Mayor, after consultation with the Chief of Police, the Mayor is hereby granted the authority to lift the curfew. "We're going to start seeing cresting through tomorrow," Emergency Manager Eric Gilmore said Wednesday. The curfew shall be from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., beginning on Wednesday, September 16, 2020, and shall continue thereafter until lifted. Pensacola, Florida places curfew amid flooding risk from Hurricane Sally. FAIRHOPE: The City of Fairhope is putting a curfew in place effective starting tonight, Sept. 16, at 6 p.m. GULF SHORES: City leaders in Gulf Shores continue to examine the damage after Hurricane Sally made landfall this morning. Pensacola, Florida places curfew amid flooding risk from Hurricane Sally. Morgan said he toured areas in Bristol Park, Innerarity Point and Perdido Key that he described as "total devastation" for the people who lived there. FOX News Videos "The rain and everything that went north of us is going to start trekking down, and we're going to start to see our rivers rise. So please be aware of your river situation.". 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The new curfew hours are from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. UPDATE — MOBILE: Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said the city of Mobile will be under a curfew from 9:30 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday. The island will remain under a curfew … UPDATE — ESCAMBIA COUNTY, PENSACOLA: Curfew is still in effect for Escambia County and Pensacola from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. UPDATE — OKALOOSA COUNTY: Curfew set for north of northern boundary line of Eglin AFB from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. SPANISH FORT: The City Council of the City of Spanish Fort has imposed a curfew in the corporate limits of the City of Spanish Fort, Alabama. "If you don't have to be out, don't go out," PPD Chief Tommi Lyter said. Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan said the curfew was needed to protect homes vacated because of flooding or other damage from potential looting. Jim Little can be reached at jwlittle@pnj.com and 850-208-9827. "That curfew will be enforced by the law enforcement community that will be here, and we will reevaluate the need for that curfew in three days. ESCAMBIA COUNTY, PENSACOLA: A 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew has been issued for Escambia County due to Hurricane Sally, effective at 7 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, Sept. 16. The decision to declare a curfew comes after Escambia County declared a similar measure to keep people off the streets at night. The curfew may be extended if circumstances so warrant. More than 25,000 vehicles have come through the distribution sites and more than 30,000 hot meals have been served by organizations like the Salvation Army and Red Cross, Gilley said. The curfew in Escambia County due to Hurricane Sally has been extended through Sunday, Sept. 20, with new curfew hours of 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m. "I want to make that really clear because people have been a little bit concerned about people in red shirts being in communities. The county is working to open more shelters, including one at the Success Academy on Wymart Road. Read more: Heartbreak and devastation in Pensacola after Sally: Residents begin to venture out, Hurricane Sally damage: Downtown Pensacola floods from heavy rainfall, storm surge, More: Three Mile Bridge suffers massive damage after Hurricane Sally topples crane, section missing. This curfew includes the City of Pensacola. Multiple roadways in the city remain closed or impassable due to flooding, downed power lines and other debris. Updated Curfew Hours for Escambia County, City of Pensacola The curfew in Escambia County due to Hurricane Sally has been extended through Sunday, Sept. 20, with new curfew hours of 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m. Jim Little can be reached at jwlittle@pnj.com and 850-208-9827. Jim Little can be reached at jwlittle@pnj.com and 850-208-9827. Storm expected to bring historic flooding; Ashley Strohmier reports. The Pensacola Bay Center is serving as the county's main shelter, but electricity is limited there.

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