This story was updated with new information at 4:20 p.m.

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WMBB) — The Bay County Sheriff’s Office, Panama City Police, and Panama City Beach police said if there’s going to be any trouble this Spring Break, it might happen this weekend.

“We were not given a crystal ball to determine what is going to happen every weekend, but we work very hard trying to develop intelligence to try to get a sense of what we may be facing in any given Spring Break period or any given weekend and as you know, we’ve talked before about what’s been advertised as a takeover,” Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford said.

Just in case, the agencies are activating a Florida Statute, allowing them to designate Special Event Zones.

“What it allows us to do is post a certain area, and designate an area as a special event zone and it allows us to tow vehicles both for moving and nonmoving traffic violations,” Ford said. It allows the doubling of fines. This statute allows law enforcement to determine if a building is over their designated capacity and actually can shut down buildings.”

In Bay County that zone will be Front Beach Road from Laurie Avenue to the west end of Thomas Drive and south to the Gulf of Mexico.

Panama City Beach will have two zones, one on the west side, from West Pier Park Drive to Hill Road.

The east side zone will begin at Richard Jackson Boulevard and extend east to the end of city limits adjacent to the Bay County zone.

“That includes the area of Pineapple Willy’s, Shores of Panama, Laketown Wharf from Beach Road area near Shipwreck and Coyote Ugly, area where the last shooting event occurred,” Panama City Beach Police Chief J.R. Talamantez said. “Circle K, we all know how popular that gas station could be at times up there. It would also include that Walmart on the east end of city limits.”

Panama City Police will also have two zones, one along Highway 89 from the Hathaway Bridge to Michigan Avenue. The other is on Business 98 from East Avenue to Everett Avenue.

“We’re going in an abundance of caution, go ahead and act these zones, put them out but whether we choose to enforce them will depend on how the people respond and how we have to respond to them,” Panama City Police Chief Mark Smith said.

All three agencies will post the zones by Thursday and go into effect Friday.

Sheriff Ford said they are not planning on enforcing a curfew during the rest of Spring Break unless things get out of hand.

You can watch the full news conference below.