(In the event of an enforced evacuation)
The Neptune Beach Police Department in conjunction with the Duval County Emergency Preparedness agency will be providing Re-Entry Passes to the citizens and business community of the City of Neptune Beach.
In the event of an enforced evacuation (hurricane, or other disaster, natural or man-made) citizens and persons in the business community (business owners/managers, employees) and any individual attempting to make re-entry to the city will be required to have a Re-Entry Pass.
Re-Entry Passes are currently available at the Police Department Building, 200 Lemon Street, Neptune Beach. The Police Department Building is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Communication Personnel are authorized to issue passes after 5:00pm, weekends, and holidays. If there are any questions, you will be referred to the Records Section, Mon-Fri., 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Residents must provide a Photo ID with a Neptune Beach address.
Business Community individuals not living in Neptune Beach must provide a Photo ID and proof that they own, manage, or are employed in Neptune Beach (employees may present a payroll check/statement along with a request by the owner/ manager for the individual to be issued a re-entry pass).
If/when there is more than one vehicle for the residence or business, individuals that will be re-entering with the vehicle must personally obtain a Re-Entry Pass. Only one (1) pass per person will be issued. Re-Entry passes DO NOT EXPIRE, so please keep the one you were issued.
The Re-Entry Process:
Copying passes is PROHIBITED. Copying, altering or other fraudulent use of any pass is a criminal act and can result in the denial of re-entry, fines, and/or arrest.