Severe Weather Update: Tram, Beach, Restaurants Currently Closed (Marker 36 may reopen for dinner)

Due to sustained high winds, tram, beach, Marker 36 and Sandbar restaurant operations are currently closed. We will continue to monitor weather conditions and may…

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Wind Gusts Delay Tram Service this Morning

This morning, we are currently experiencing unsafe wind gusts. Tram service will be delayed until it is safe for travel. Morning beach fitness class is…

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Severe Weather Alert: Trams, Restaurants and Beach Services to Cease Operations Tonight – February 1, 2021

Due to the current and sustained strong wind gusts, beach restaurants, beach operations and tram service will cease operations for the remainder of the night.…

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Break the Grip of the Rip!

Rip currents are strong narrow currents moving away from shore. The strongest rip currents can attain speeds reaching 8 feet per second; this is faster…

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The Foundation Continues to Monitor Tropical Storm Eta

Early this week, all Foundation Facilities closed in preparation for the effects of Tropical Storm Eta. After fully reopening all our facilities yesterday, this morning…

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Collier County issued a Tropical Storm Warning and Tornado Watch until 5 p.m. Beaches, trams and restaurants closed for remainder of today.

As Eta moves closer to the west coast of Florida, it has intensified to a category 1 hurricane, packing 75 mph winds. It is moving…

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Pelican Bay Foundation continues to monitor Tropical Storm Eta. All services and operations resume tomorrow, November 10th

The Pelican Bay Foundation has been closely monitoring weather conditions produced by Tropical Storm Eta.  The Foundation has made the determination to reopen all facilities…

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Tropical Storm Eta anticipating to produce hurricane force conditions. All Pelican Bay Foundation facilities closed on Monday.

According to ABC-7 news, Eta is now moving back over the warm waters of the Florida Straits. As of the most recent update from the…

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