Palm Beach Gardens reported 11 downed trees from Hurricane Matthew but no serious accidents or significant damage as of 6 a.m. Friday.
City crews will quickly survey for damage at daybreak, according to spokeswoman Candice Temple.
Power is reported to be out at PGA Boulevard and North Military Trail and locations along Donald Ross Road and Central Boulevard, according to Temple.
At the traffic signals at intersections without power, drivers should act as if it’s a four-way stop. That means the first vehicle to stop should move forward first. If two vehicles get to the intersection at the same time, the driver on the left should yield to the driver on the right.
The first six trees were downed by 10 p.m. Thursday, and city staff worked to clear the them at these locations as the calls came in: Gardens Parkway, Sandalwood Circle, Dogwood Avenue, Glengary Road, Dawnridge Street and Westwood Lakes.
The city received reports of five more downed trees overnight. City crews worked to clear most of them and will continue this morning. They are at: Burns Road, Fairway Drive, BallenIsles Drive, Whispering Hollow and Sandalwood at 10th Court.
The city has closed down the Emergency Operations Center and resumed normal operations, Temple said.