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Posted on: June 18, 2018
[ARCHIVED] Hurricane Re-Entry Pass
Hurricane Re-Entry Pass
In order to make it easier for residents and business owners to return to Palm Beach after a storm, the Town has started a Hurricane Re-entry Pass program. Once a storm has passed, and it is safe to return (Phase II), pass-holders will be able to use dedicated traffic lanes when approaching security checkpoints. Only residents and business owners displaying a re-entry placard will be able to use pass-holder lanes. The placards can be obtained either in person at the police department’s Crime Scene Unit, or through an online application
. All applicants will need to provide two documents proving residency or business status. There is a limit of two placards per residence or per business, and the placards will be good for two years.
For more information, visit the Hurricane Re-Entry Pass webpage.