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Posted on: June 8, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Residents Should Continue To Proceed With Caution on the Roadways

Caution Sign

Posted on June 8, 2017 – 3:40 p.m.
Residents Should Continue To Proceed With
Caution on the Roadways

The Town of Davie is asking residents to remain cautiousas they proceed on the roadways. You may still experience difficulties along
some roadways as flood waters may not have completely receded from some areas.

Please avoid the areas bounded by the following roadways,if possible:

North – SR 84
South – Orange Drive

East – Hiatus Road

West – Shotgun Road

The Mosquito Control Section will perform a preventivespray on Friday, June 9, 2017 for mosquito larvae in sections of Davie (West of
Hiatus Road), weather permitting, at approximately 2 a.m.

HorseRelease Program
The Rodeo Arena located at 4271 Davie Road, is still open
to serve as a holding area for residents who may have experienced flooding intheir barns. The Arena will be open until further notice. If you are interested
in bringing your horse to the facility, please bring the Coggins card(Department of Agriculture) for each horse, feed, water bucket and any
additional items your horse will need. You will be required to complete a registration form onsite. Horses will
remain hitched to secure railings throughout the arena. It is recommended thatowners place an identifiable mark on their horse. To register, please call

WasteManagement Pickup
Due to the rainfall and high water levels, Waste
Management may have interrupted and limited solid waste and bulk waste pickup. Ifyou live along a street with significant standing water or a flooded street,
please do not put out your solid or bulk waste. Please wait until your nextscheduled day.  If you have any questions
regarding Waste Management pick-up, please contact the Town at 954-797-1045.

Residents are strongly encouraged not to go outside or
wade in standing flood water, which can contain contaminants such as sewage andchemicals. Children or pets are strongly discouraged from going outside or
playing in flood waters. Following a heavy storm, sharp debris could be hiddenin the water and cause injury. Standing water also may contain harmful bacteria
that could cause infection. If downed power lines are hidden under standingwater, there is the risk of electrocution.

For further information, you can call the Town’s Public
Information hotline number at 954-797-1122 for recorded information, check the Town’s website (, like us on Facebookat Town of Davie, FL, Twitter @TownofDavie,
or Instagram at townofdavie.


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