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Storm Center Information

Key Contacts by County

Brevard County
Flagler County
Lake County
Marion County
Orange County
Osceola County
Polk County
Putnam County
Seminole County
Sumter County
Volusia County
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Sandbags and Supplies

Brevard County

  • No new sandbag locations have been announced.

Flagler County

  • No new sandbag locations have been announced.

Lake County

  • No new sandbag locations have been announced.

Marion County

  • No new sandbag locations have been announced.

Osceola County

  • Sandbag operations in Osceola County have closed, according to a Sunday news conference. More than 200,000 sand bags were filled.

Orange County

  • Sandbags are no longer available. More than 150,000 sandbags were provided to residents since the County started distribution. Visit ocfl.net/Storm for more info.

Polk County

  • No new sandbag locations have been announced.

Seminole County

  • A self-serve sandbag site will be open 24/7 for Lake Harney-area residents at Fort Lane Park beginning at 7:00am Friday, September 6. Fill dirt and sandbags will be available; residents should bring their own shovel and expect to fill their own bags.

Volusia County

  • No new sandbag locations have been announced.
Curfews and Evacuations

Curfews

  • Flagler
    • All evacuation orders & curfews have been lifted for Flagler County
  • Osceola
    • A curfew that would have gone into effect at 11 p.m. Sept. 3, 2019 was rescinded on that date at 6 p.m. due to the improving weather forecast.
  • Volusia
    • All curfews have been lifted. All Volusia County bridges have been cleared by FDOT and are now open.

Evacuations

  • Evacuation Zones
  • Brevard
    • Evacuation orders have been lifted. Use caution when traveling. Officials are working now to consolidate shelters.
  • Flagler
    • Wednesday morning 9/4: Curfew and Evacuations are still in effect for zones A, B, and F.  Emergency Operations is monitoring conditions and will lift the orders as soon as they are comfortable that conditions are safe. Announcements will be made through the local media and through social media.
  • Osceola
  • As Hurricane Dorian continues to move away from Osceola County, all evacuation orders have been rescinded.
    • Emergency Management officials have been working with management at Good Samaritan Village since Tuesday (Sept. 3, 2019) for the return of staff and residents after a mandatory evacuation order was issued Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019.
    • The County continues to monitor the level of Shingle Creek, and to coordinate with its partners. Shingle Creek currently is NOT a threat. However, residents should continue to monitor conditions in coming days.
    • The EOC is at Level 2 (partial) Activation through 7 p.m.
  • Putnam
    • Due to intensified conditions of Hurricane Dorian, Putnam County has issued mandatory evacuation effective today, September 2 for Evacuation Zone A, and low lying areas. This evacuation order also includes all persons in boats, recreational vehicles and mobile homes. For evacuation information, including route maps and evacuation zones, please visit the Putnam County Hurricane Website at www.putnam-fl.com.
  • Seminole
    • The Voluntary Evacuation Order has been rescinded.
  • Volusia
    • Mandatory evacuation begins at 10 a.m. Monday for residents on the beachside, in low-lying areas, & in RVs and mobile homes throughout Volusia County. To see if you are in a flood zone, click here.
Closures

Public Schools

  • Brevard County public schools is preparing to reopen Friday, but will remain closed through Thursday.
  • Flagler County Schools Superintendent James Tager has announced school will resume Friday, September 6th.
  • Lake County public schools will reopen on Thursday.
  • Marion County will reopen Thursday.  Marion County Public Schools had announced earlier that schools would be closed all week.
  • Orange County public schools will reopen Thursday, September 5.
  • Osceola County schools will be open Thursday for students and staff.
  • Polk County schools and offices are scheduled to reopen Thursday.
  • Putnam County schools and offices will reopen Thursday, Sept. 5. No make-up days required.
  • Seminole County schools will reopen Thursday, September 5th. Our make-up days are October 17th & 18th.
  • Sumter County public schools will reopen Wednesday, September 4.
  • Volusia County schools will open on Friday. All school related activities both on and off campus are cancelled through Thursday.
  • Florida Virtual School will be closed on Wednesday. Students will still be able to access courses.

Colleges & Universities

  • UCF: UCF will resume classes on Friday, September 5. The school is asking faculty members to be “flexible” with students who chose to evacuate.
  • Valencia:  In an effort to keep the Valencia community safe during and following Hurricane Dorian, Valencia College will remain closed through Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019, and will reopen on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019.
  • Seminole State: All Seminole State campuses will resume classes and regular business operations on Thursday, Sept. 5.
  • Rollins: The Rollins College campus will reopen on Thursday with classes resuming on Friday.
  • Bethune-Cookman: To ensure students, faculty, and staff stay safe as Hurricane Dorian is currently expected to generate high winds and heavy rains along Florida’s east coast, Bethune-Cookman University is extending campus closure until Sunday, September 8th. The Emergency Operations Center is continuing to actively monitoring the storm and we encourage you to periodically visit the university website.
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University: Will close its Daytona Beach and Worldwide Headquarters campuses 5 p.m. Friday until 5 p.m. Wednesday.
  • Daytona State College: DSC will reopen Fri, Sept 6 for all scheduled classes & activities (including online classes).
  • Lake-Sumter State College: Will be closing Saturday, August 31, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. through Wednesday, September 4, 2019.

Attractions

  • SeaWorld Orlando and Aquatica will open at 11 a.m. on Wednesday.
  • Disney park hours for Wednesday, September 4:
    • Magic Kingdom Park: 8:00 AM-10:00 PM
    • Epcot: 9:00 AM-9:00 PM
    • Disney’s Hollywood Studios: 9:00 AM-10:00 PM
    • Disney’s Animal Kingdom: 8:00 AM-9:00 PM
    • Disney’s Blizzard Beach: Closed
    • For all other parks click here.
  • LEGOLAND® Florida Resort will be open and operating as normal Wednesday, September 4.
  • Universal Orlando Resort hours for Wednesday, September 4:
    • Universal Studios Florida: 9 am – 6 pm
    • Islands of Adventure: 9 am – 9 pm
    • Volcano Bay: 10 am – 6 pm
    • CityWalk: Open until 2am every day
  • The Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens will resume regular business hours on Thursday, September 5, following closure due to Hurricane Dorian. Seminole Aerial Adventures will reopen as weather and wind conditions permit.  On Thursday, September 5, the Zoo will offer a Dorian Discount Day—everyone will receive childrens’ admission pricing. All single-day Zoo admission purchased in-person will be $13.75.
Shelters

Brevard

  • All Brevard County Hurricane Dorian evacuation shelters are closed.

Flagler

  • Special Needs Shelter, Opening Monday Morning at 8 a.m.:
    • Rymfire Elementary, 1425 Rymfire Drive, Palm Coast

Lake

  • The County’s six emergency shelters will close today, Wednesday Sept. 4, at noon. At peak time, 570 people, 66 special needs persons, and 57 pets were accommodated over the course of two nights.

Marion

  • Shelters are closing so all Marion county schools reopen Thursday & Friday on normal schedules.

Orange

  • Shelters prepared to close at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 4

Osceola

  • As of 10 a.m. Osceola County closed its general population shelters throughout the County in order to insure the opening of schools on Thursday, Sept. 5.

Putnam

  • Middleton-Burney Elementary School – 1020 Huntington Rd. Crescent City, Florida 32112
  • Q.I. Roberts Middle School – 901 State Rd. 100 Florahome, Florida 32140
  • Ochwilla Elementary School – 299 N. State Rd. 21 Hawthorne, Florida 32640
  • Interlachen Elementary School – 251 S. State Rd. 315 Interlachen, Florida 32148
  • Kelley Smith Elementary School – 141 Kelley Smith School Rd, Palatka, Florida 32177
  • Browning Pearce Elementary School – 100 Bear Boulevard, San Mateo, FL 32187

Seminole

  • Seminole County shelters will close today by 1:00pm; the Voluntary Evacuation Order has been rescinded.

Sumter

  • Shelters will open on Monday at 10 a.m. for Hurricane Dorian.
  • General Shelter:
    • Wildwood Elementary School 300 Huey Street, Wildwood
    • Webster Elementary School 349 S Market Blvd. SR 471, Webster
    • Center Hill Recreation Center 74 S. Virginia Avenue, Center Hill
  • Pet-Friendly Shelter:
    • Sumter Fairgrounds, 7620 SR 471, Webster
  • Special Needs Shelter:
    • Wildwood Community Center, 6500 Powell Road, Wildwood

Volusia

  • Shelters will open at 10 a.m. Monday.
  • General:
    • TD Taylor Middle/High, 100 E. Washington Ave, Pierson
    • DeLand High, 800 N Hill Rd, DeLand
    • University High School, 1000 W Rhode Island Ave, Orange City
    • ​Mainland High School, 1255 W. Intl Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach
    • Sweetwater Elementary, 5800 Victoria Gardens Blvd, Port Orange
  • Special Needs Shelter: Assists evacuees with disabilities or functional medical needs. This is a Pet Friendly shelter for Special Needs persons only. Evacuees and their service animals will remain in the same location.
    • Atlantic High, 1250 Reed Canal Rd, Port Orange
    • Creekside Middle, 6801 Airport Rd, Port Orange
    • Freedom Elementary, 1395 S. Blue Lake Avenue, DeLand
    • Galaxy Middle, 2400 Eustace Ave, Deltona
    • ​Palm Terrace Elementary, 1825 Dunn Avenue, Daytona Beach
    • Pride Elementary, 1100 Learning Lane, Deltona
  • Pet Friendly: People and pets are housed in separate locations at the shelter
    • Hinson Middle,1860 N. Clyde Morris Blvd, Daytona Beach (Hinson Middle School is at Capacity.)
    • Pine Ridge High, 925 Howland Blvd, Deltona
    • River Springs Middle, 900 West Ohio Ave, Orange City
  • People & Pet Shelter: (People and pets are house in the same location – Fairgrounds only)
    • ​Volusia County Fairgrounds, 3150 W. State Rd 44, DeLand
Transportation

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  • Airports:
    • Orlando International Airport: OIA will resume normal operations at noon on Wednesday, September 4.  Passengers are encouraged to check with their airlines for flight updates.
    • Daytona Beach International Airport: Daytona International Airport is expected to reopen tomorrow. Customers should contact their airline directly for questions regarding their travel plans.
    • Orlando-Melbourne International Airport: The airport will resume commercial flights on Thursday morning at 8 a.m. The terminal, rental car, parking and restaurant operations will reopen two hours before, at 6 a.m.
    • Orlando-Sanford International Airport: will re-open Wednesday, September 4 at 1pm.
  • Suspended Tolls: The Florida Department of Transportation announced that Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise will resume toll collections on roads that suspended tolls ahead of Hurricane Dorian. The following tolls are expected to be reinstated Thursday at 12:01 a.m.:
      • Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike (State Road 821)
      • I-95 Express Lanes
      • I-595 Express Lanes
      • I-75 Express Lanes
      • Alligator Alley
    • The following tolls are expected to resume collection on Friday at 12:01 a.m.:
      • The Turnpike Mainline (State Road 91)
      • Beachline Expressway (State Road 528)
      • Sawgrass Expressway (State Road 869)
      • State Road 417
      • State Road 429
    • The Central Florida Expressway authority will resume toll collection at 12:01 a.m. Friday on these roads:
      • State Road 408
      • State Road 414
      • State Road 451
      • State Road 453
      • State Road 538
      • State Road 551
  • Parking:
    • Orlando: If you parked your car in one of our garages in Downtown Orlando for protection from potential Hurricane Dorian impacts, you have until 6 a.m. on Thursday to remove your vehicle and avoid any fees or fines.
  • SunRail: SunRail is currently restoring service following Hurricane Dorian. We expect to resume regular service this Friday, 9/6/19.
  • Lynx:
    • LYNX will be providing a regular weekday schedule today for our fixed route, NeighborLink and LYMMO services.
    • ACCESS LYNX will continue to deliver life sustaining medical trips On Thursday, ACCESS LYNX will return to a regular service level.
  • Amtrak: “Due to severe weather expected to impact Florida and the Southeast, Amtrak is canceling select Southeast services beginning on Saturday, Aug. 31. For the safety of our customers and employees, the following trains will not operate.”
  • Uber: Uber announced it will be offering free round trip rides, up to $20 each way, to and from a state-approved evacuation shelter. Details here on how to redeem a free round trip, up to $20 each way, to and from a state-approved evacuation shelter.
    • Open your app and tap “Payment” in your app menu
    • Scroll down to Promotions
    • Tap “Add Promo Code”
    • Enter code DORIANRELIEF then tap “Add”
    • Select any of the state-approved Florida evacuation shelters listed at FloridaDisaster.org/info, or your local county website.
  • Port Canaveral announced on Monday morning that they have closed the port.  No vessel, regardless of size or service, will be allowed to transit through the port. All commercial vessels over 500 gross tons are prohibited from remaining in the port.

After the StormBahamas Relief Efforts:

Bahamas Relief Effort Events:

  • With hurricane Dorian behind us, like many others in Florida, 4 Rivers Smokehouse and The Coop feel strongly about doing anything we can to help out our neighbors in the Bahamas.  So on this coming Sunday, we will be opening our restaurants with limited hours, to do what we can in support.
    • 4 Rivers Smokehouse
      • Open this Sunday Sept. 8th from 11:00am – 3:00pm
      • All Florida locations excluding downtown Orlando City Hall
    • The Coop in Winter Park
      • Open this Sunday Sept. 8th from 10:00am – 3:00pm
      • Serving breakfast all day
  • Following a tough week of preparing, waiting, and watching, LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is offering a highly discounted 25 dollar single-day theme park ticket available this weekend only. Ten dollars of each discounted ticket sold this weekend will be donated to the American Red Cross in support of the relief and recovery efforts of those directly impacted by Hurricane Dorian.  In addition, LEGOLAND Florida Resort will also serve as a collection point for guests wanting to donate items including nonperishable goods, water, toiletries, baby products, radios, batteries, candles and bedding to those in The Bahamas who were impacted by Hurricane Dorian.  Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8; 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.  Learn more at www.legoland.com/relief/.

Health:

  • AdventHealth is committed to making it as easy as possible to get care when and where you need it. Beginning Monday afternoon and throughout the storm, AdventHealth eCare visits will be free and accessible 24 hours a day through the AdventHealth app.  The AdventHealth app is available through mobile device app stores. Search AdventHealth to find and download the app. Once downloaded, create or log in to an existing AdventHealth account to have whole health at your fingertips. For eCare, click on “find care” on the bottom of the screen, and then click the icon for “set up a video visit.”

Communication:

  • Verizon: Beginning Monday, September 2 through September 9, Verizon will be providing unlimited calling, texting, and data to customers who reside in the path of Hurricane Dorian.
  • AT&T: AT&T said it will wave data overages in affected areas Monday through Sept. 8.

Trash & Debris Collection:

  • Brevard:
    • Waste Mgmt. will resume normal operation hours Thurs. 9/5/19
  •  Flagler:
    • Palm Coast – Garbage collection will resume normal pickups on Thursday and Friday with a special yard debris pickup day on Saturday for any storm debris.
  •  Orange:
    • Thursday, Sept. 5: Collection for Monday customers
    • Friday, Sept.6: Collection for Tuesday customers
    • Saturday, Sept. 7: Collection for Wednesday customers
    • Sunday, Sept. 8: Collection for Thursday customers
    • Monday, Sept. 9: Collection for Friday customers
    • Tuesday, Sept. 10: Collection for Monday customers
    • Wednesday, Sept. 11: Collection for Tuesday customers
    • Thursday, Sept. 12: Collection for Wednesday customers
    • Friday, Sept. 13: Collection for Thursday customers
    • Saturday, Sept. 14: Collection for Friday customers
  • Orlando: Garbage and recycling will resume on Thursday, September 5 at 6am.
    • Thursday, September 5 will make-up for missing Monday and Wednesday collection.
    • Friday, September 6 will make-up for missing Tuesday collection.
    • Saturday, September 7 will make-up for missing Thursday collection.
    • Sunday, September 8 will make-up for missing Friday collection.
  • Osceola: Unincorporated County recycling pickups will resume as scheduled beginning on Thursday, September 5, 2019, and make-up collections for garbage are as follows:
    • Missed Tuesday pickups will be made on Thursday, Sept. 5
    • Thursday pickups will be made on Friday, Sept. 6
    • Friday pickups will be made on Saturday, Sept. 7
    • For the City of Kissimmee:
      • Monday (Sept. 2) Collection —> Now collected on Thursday (Sept. 5)
      • Tuesday (Sept. 3) Collection —> Now collected on Friday (Sept. 6)
    • For the City of St. Cloud:
      • Tuesday (Sept. 3) trash pickup will be picked up on Thursday (Sept. 5).
      • Thursday (Sept. 5) recycling pickup will be rescheduled on a later date.
      • Friday (Sept. 6) recycling pickup will be picked up on Friday as normal.
      • No brush debris will be picked up for the remainder of the week.
  • Polk:
    • Click here for the current collection schedule for waste & recycling, for the week of Sept. 2-8. Normal collection will resume Sept. 9.
  • Putnam:
    • Putnam County garbage pick up will continue today (9/3) on the normal holiday schedule as previously announced. The landfills are open till 5. Recycling is the only service not running today. As soon as we have info for tomorrows service, it will be announced.
  • Seminole:
    • There is no garbage or recycling collection today, Tuesday, 9/3 or Wednesday, 9/4. Regular collection schedules resume Thurs 9/5. No make up collections are scheduled.
    • The Seminole County Landfill and Transfer Station resume normal operations Thurs. 9/5.
  • Altamonte Springs:
    • The City will schedule an additional collection of yard waste on Saturday, September 7. Bundling IS required for large tree limbs and branches and cannot be longer than four feet in length. Smaller items such as leaves, plants, twigs, etc. need to be bagged.
    • Residents who are in need of special pick-ups for large items (NOT including yard waste) can call (407) 571-8607 or email solidwaste@altamonte.org to request an estimate for a special pick-up (minimum charge is $70). Once payment is made, we will schedule the pick-up. Items must be placed curbside.
    • Sandbags: Do NOT place any sandbags on the street or curb for collection. Residents are urged to store sandbags in a dry location for the duration of the hurricane season. To safely dispose of sandbags, homeowners can spread the sand on their lawns or landscape beds and either reuse the bag or place it in the garbage.
  • Volusia:
    • Garbage, recycling and yard trash collection services for unincorporated Volusia County will resume on Thursday, September 5, 2019
    • Click here for all other Volusia County trash and debris collection info.
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