Date: 9/29/2022 11:00 a.m.
Hurricane Ian is currently located 25 miles north/northeast of Cape Canaveral. Ian is moving at 9 mph with maximum sustained winds of 70 mph.
A Storm Surge Warning is in effect for Flagler/Volusia Line to Little River Inlet. A Hurricane Watch is still in effect for Flagler/Volusia County Line to the Savannah River.
- Lunch and dinner will be served buffet style in SH Cranes today and tomorrow from noon to 5 p.m.
- Please use extreme caution if you plan to leave your cottage to have lunch or dinner at SH Cranes. Some Village roads may be blocked with debris or may be flooded.
- We recommend that residents get their meals early as weather conditions may continue to worsen throughout the day.
- Please continue to take caution. If you need assistance, please place your strobe light in your front window or by your front door.
- We are currently working to relocate residents that were evacuated from their cottages due to flooding. We will be relocating these residents to available cottages and apartments once we are able to assess the conditions of the vacant homes.
- John Knox Village Administration is experiencing intermittent service of our phone lines due to the power outage. Should you need assistance, please utilize your strobe light. Staff members are patrolling all areas of the Village to watch for strobes.
- At this time, we are planning to deliver the Village Weekly to residents on Saturday, weather permitting.
- Thank you for your continued patience as we evaluate the condition of the community and continue to ride out the storm.