IRMA: Curfew times for Bay Area counties

Last Updated: Monday, September 11, 2017, 12:36 PM EDT
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The City of Bartow has issued what it called a "curfew on pedestrian movement." The curfew is in place until the passage of Irma, or the expiration of the state of emergency. The curfew doesn't cover vehicle traffic but motorists are asked to use caution if they must drive.


The City of St. Petersburg is enacting an emergency curfew at 5 p.m. due to severe weather conditions until further notice. It will remain in effect throughout the duration of the storm.

All residents need to be off the roads and taking shelter. Once winds reach 40+mph, police and fire will no longer be able to respond to citizen calls. 

They will resume responding once conditions are safe.


The curfew for the City of Tampa has been lifted effective at 8am today. Please proceed with caution as debris may still be on the road.

The City of Temple Terrace has enacted a 6 p.m. curfew. All residents are advised to stay off the streets and seek shelter in a safe place for the duration of the storm. Officials will assess the damage when the hurricane has passed and advise residents when it once again is safe to venture out.

  • Police and fire communications will remain operational throughout the storm, but responses to calls for service will be prioritized based on urgency and availability of emergency personnel.First responders will not be dispatched once sustained winds hit 40mph. 


Curfew lifted Monday morning.


The curfew for Citrus County runs each night from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. The Board of County Commissioners and Sheriff Mike Prendergast have signed an order implementing the curfew until further notice.



Pasco County curfew lifted Monday morning.