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Jax Daily Record Tuesday, Sep. 3, 201901:39 PM EST

Retailers closing in anticipation of Dorian — but many are open

What’s planned as of Tuesday morning.
by: Katie Garwood Staff Writer

Here are the Northeast Florida retailers closed for Hurricane Dorian as of Tuesday morning:

• The Avenues mall will remain open until further notice, but some stores and restaurants are closed.

• St. Johns Town Center will remain open and management is continuing to monitor the weather. Some stores are closed. A representative said around 70% of the stores are open, including Dillard’s and Nordstrom. 

• Orange Park Mall is open until 4 p.m. but will close Wednesday.

• Publix stores in Jacksonville will close at 6 p.m. Tuesday and remain closed until further notice. Some stores in St. Johns County closed at noon today and others will close at 6 p.m. Clay County stores will close at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Sandbags guard the doors near the closed Ulta store at the Parkway Shops.

• Walmart started to close some Northeast Florida locations, so far including:

  • 1650 San Pablo Road S.
  • 845 Durbin Pavilion Drive, St. Johns County
  • 1385 Amelia Plaza in Fernandina Beach, Nassau County
  • 445 Florida 13 in Fruit Cove, St. Johns County
  • 2750 County Road 220 in Middleburg, Clay County
  • 2355 U.S. 1 S. in St. Augustine, St. Johns County

Winn-Dixie closed at 290 Solano Road in Ponte Vedra Beach and will close at 947 Amelia Plaza in Fernandina Beach at 3 p.m. Tuesday. 

Several Gate Petroleum stations close to the Beaches will be closed for the storm. Misty Skipper, vice president of marketing and communications, said it would start closing Jacksonville locations on Tuesday afternoon. Here’s what’s closed so far:

  • 220 Florida A1A N., Ponte Vedra Beach 
  • 619 Florida A1A N., Ponte Vedra Beach
  • 2520 S. Third St., Jacksonville Beach
  • 535 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach
  • 463779 Florida 200, Yulee
  • 1900 Mizell Road, St. Augustine


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