Key West Now Feel the Hurricane Ian’s Impact

Key West saw storm surge, a tropical storm, and even some hurricane-force winds when Hurricane Ian passed by the Florida Keys. 

Residents in the Lower Keys and some areas of the Middle Keys awoke to streets covered in water and debris.

As of the morning of September 28, more than 6,400 Keys Energy customers were without electricity.

South wind-driven seas discovered numerous homes with ocean views in the Middle Keys.

With the biggest storm surge, flooding there was significantly worse.

The director of Key West's emergency management is addressing all significant issues brought on by Hurricane Ian.

About 100 people sheltered at Key West High School throughout the storm 

After Barroso requested that county emergency management authorities keep the shelter open.