Orlando Hurricane Ian Info
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Orlando Hurricane Ian Info

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The following Path Medical Orlando locations are closed on Wednesday, 9/28 and Thursday, 9/29:

Haines City
Port St. Lucie

Click here to see Shelter locations in Orlando.

Here are the current Orlando Sandbag Distribution locations:

Orange County
– Barnett Park: 4801 West Colonial Drive
– Downey Park: 10107 Flowers Avenue
– Bithlo Community Park: 18501 Washington Avenue
– West Orange Recreation: 309 Southwest Crown Point Road
– Meadow Woods Park: 1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle

– Maitland Community Park: 1400 Mayo Ave

– Denton Johnson Center

Lake County
– Astor Fire Station 10: 23023 State Road 40, Astor

– Lake County Fire Station 112: 16240 County Rd 474
– West Park Ballfields: 658 12th Street, Clermont

– Eustis Fire Station 22: 100 W Norton Ave, Eustis, FL 32726

– East Lake Sports and Community Complex: 24809 Wallick Rd, Sorrento, FL 32776

– P.E.A.R. Park

– North Lake Regional Park

– Minneola Athletic Complex

Altamonte Springs
– Eastmonte Park: 830 Magnolia Drive, Altamonte Springs
– Westmonte Recreation Center, 624 Bills Lane, Altamonte Springs
– Softball Complex: 2200 North Street, Altamonte Springs

– Red Bug Lake Park: 3600 Red Bug Lake Road, Casselberry

– Evans Street Public Works Compound: 1725 Evans Street, Oviedo

– Boombah Seminole County Sports Complex: 3450 East Lake Mary Boulevard, Sanford


Orange County will be opening general population shelters for Central Floridians who have been evacuated from their homes, for those who live in low-lying areas, and for others seeking shelter from the storm. Shelters are alcohol, drug and weapon free. Individuals should come prepared with supplies.

The following shelters will be open on Wednesday, 9/28.

– Apopka High School: 555 Martin St.
– Ocoee High School 1925 Ocoee Crown Point Pkwy.
– Dr. Phillips High School 6500 Turkey Lake Rd.
– Oak Ridge High School 6000 Winegard Rd.
– Timber Creek High School 1001 Avalon Park Blvd.

Items to bring to the shelter include:

– Water and food (3-day supply)
– Clothing and bedding
– Personal items, toiletries and medications
– First-aid supplies
– Important papers
– Miscellaneous items like games, toys, battery-powered radios and flashlights
– Identification card
– Medical Information card
– Daily prescriptions (2-week supply)
– Non-prescription medicines (2-week supply)
– Mobile phone charger, if needed
– Other special items such as eyeglasses, hearing aids, prosthetic devices, walkers, special dietary foods, etc.
– Medical supplies that you utilize on a daily basis, this includes any portable oxygen, cannula, diabetes testing kit, nebulizer, etc.
– A book, magazine, or something to occupy your time while you wait for the storm to pass

The American Red Cross and/or Salvation Army provides food at the shelters. You are encouraged to bring some food, snacks, and water with you.