Updated 5:14 p.m.
Sarasota is continuing to clean up Wednesday after Tropical Storm Debby finally left Florida.
The beaches have taken the biggest hit. Roads are flooded throughout Siesta Key, dunes are damaged and even decks to access the beach are damaged in some places.
Here's a round-up of the shoreline damage from the county:
• Up to 30 feet of dune were eroded throughout Manasota Key and North Manasota Key.
• The worst erosion took place from the Sarasota/Charlotte county line to Blind Pass Park (mid-beach).
• Approximately 50 feet of dune was estimated to be eroded away at Blind Pass Park.
• Substantial loss of dune vegetation and many trees toppled.
• Structural damage to decks and dune walkovers.
• Some dune walkover structures were completely washed out.
• At least three residential structures are threatened, sitting at the edge of the new eroded bluff line.
• A step seawall was undermined by wave action.
• A portion of Manasota Key Road at the north end of the Blind Pass Park was threatened by dune erosion. The bluff has been eroded all the way to the edge of that portion of the road (about 200-300 feet long).
At Marina Jack and Sarasota Bayfront Park, folks checked on their boats and retrieved their vessels that ran aground, and a crane sat by the Marina helping with clean-up efforts.
The Steigerwaldt-Jockey Children’s Fountain, located within Bayfront Park, is now open following clean up and debris removal due to Tropical Storm Debby. The fountain will be open until 7 p.m., according to the City of Sarasota.
Richardson Road, west of Coburn Road, in Sarasota is still closed after water rushing underneath the road forced a collapse thanks to a clogged culvert.
Here are other road closures from Sarasota County Government:
• North Beach Road to Columbus Avenue (Siesta Key Village).
• Per order of the U.S. Coast Guard, movable bridges remain locked down to allow vehicular traffic to pass. Vessel traffic is limited. Bridges will not open unless a vessel is in distress.
Motorists are advised to avoid the following due to standing water:
• 5200 block of Avenida Del Mar (Siesta Key)
• 4100 block of Roberts Point Circle (Siesta Key)
• 2700 block of 18th Street (Sarasota)
• Point of Rocks (Siesta Key)
• Beach Road at Siesta Beach
• 1900 block of Hillview Avenue (Sarasota)
• 1400 block of Hillview Avenue (Sarasota)
• 4500 block of Banana Place (Siesta Key)
• Gulf Meade Drive (Sarasota)
• Myakka Drive (Sarasota)
• Canal Road (Siesta Key)
• North Beach Road (Siesta Key)
• Givens Street (Sarasota)
• Seaside Drive (Siesta Key)
• Blind Pass Road at Manasota Beach Road (Sarasota)
Canal/drainage overflow issues continue at:
• 4500 block of Del Sol Boulevard (Sarasota)
• 4500 block of Banan Place (Siesta Key)
• Camino Real at Field Road (Sarasota)
• Colonial Oaks area (Sarasota)
• 4000 block of Red Rock (Sarasota)
• Indian Beach Lane at Myrtle Street (Sarasota)
• Poinciana Road (Venice)
• 2200 block of Pinehurst Street (Sarasota)
• 61st Street at Middle Avenue (City of Sarasota)
• Bay Point at Palm Avenue (City of Sarasota)
• Beneva Road at Lockwood Ridge Road (Sarasota)
• Twin Lakes Park Green Building (Sarasota)
• 2500 block of 24th Street (Sarasota)
• 2300 block of Hermitage Boulevard (Venice)
• Venetia Street (Venice)
• 900 block of Osborne Drive (Sarasota)
• 4300 block of S. Tamiami Trail (Venice)
• 3000 block of Gulf Gate Drive (Sarasota)
• 100 block of Bird Key Drive (City of Sarasota)
• 5000 block of Boca Raton Avenue (Sarasota)
Traffic signals are flashing at the following intersections: Treat non-functioning intersections as four-way stops.
• Bee Ridge at Beneva roads (Sarasota)
• U.S. 301 at Northgate Court (Sarasota)
Traffic signage is damaged or down at the following locations:
• Friendship Drive at Allen Place (Sarasota)
• Jacaranda Blvd. at Venice Avenue (Venice)
Contribute photos of the post-Debby clean-up above.