Key West, Florida — A few weeks ago, the Key Western Beach’s spa was shut down by the town’s fire department, because it was too busy washing up and treating guests.
The beach’s water supply was cut off by a storm.
A day later, the water supply had been restored.
Key West Beach, the beachfront community that has been home to the town of Key West for more than three decades, has now been declared a disaster area by the National Weather Service.
Key West, Key West is located in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico, on the Florida Panhandle.
Key West sits in a heavily forested region, and many of its neighborhoods have been destroyed by Hurricane Irma.
Key, the town that is located on the eastern side of Key Biscayne, is located about 20 miles from Key West.
The town’s main street, Key Beach, is lined with bars and restaurants, and the beach has been designated a National Historic Landmark.
The town’s residents were all evacuated, and it has been declared an active disaster area.
It was not immediately clear why Key West was declared a “disaster area,” or what actions Key West residents will take to re-establish water supplies.
The resort has been operating as a business since June 2016, and has been receiving a steady stream of visitors, including celebrities and professional athletes.
Last year, Key, Florida, was the most visited resort in the U.S. with 5.6 million people visiting its beaches and beacheside businesses.