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The City of Orlando’s Office of Emergency Management is continuing to monitor Tropical Storm Erika and City departments are preparing to respond if necessary.  Although its path is still uncertain, the City wants to encourage residents, visitors and businesses to prepare for the storm, including assembling their disaster kit and disaster plans. 

For more information, suggested supplies and things to consider while preparing for a storm, visit cityoforlando.net/emergency/prepared.

 Citizens are encouraged to stay informed on the storm and can get information from the City in several ways, including:

  • The Citizen Information Line: 407.246. HELP (4357).   Recorded updates and information will be provided at this number.
  • City of Orlando Social Media:
    • City of Orlando’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/cityoforlando
    • City of Orlando’s Twitter account: @citybeautiful
    • Citizens following the City of Orlando on social media are encouraged to share posts to help inform your family and friends.
  • City of Orlando Emergency Management’s website: Cityoforlando.net/emergency

 

Throughout the weekend, the City of Orlando will continue to monitor the storm and provide any updates as necessary.

 

City of Orlando Yard Waste and Debris Update

 In preparation for tropical storm Erika, the City of Orlando is asking residents not to place tree trimmings or any types of loose waste or debris at their curb.  During a severe weather event, these items can become airborne or clog storm drains which may result in property damage or flooding of property and/ or the street.

 

The City continues to monitor the storm and prepare and encourages residents to do the same.  

 

For more information, suggested supplies and things to consider while preparing for a storm, visit cityoforlando.net/emergency/prepared.

 

Citizens are encouraged to stay informed on the storm and can get information from the City in several ways, including:

  • The Citizen Information Line: 407.246. HELP (4357).   Recorded updates and information will be provided at this number.
  • City of Orlando Social Media:
    • City of Orlando’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/cityoforlando
    • City of Orlando’s Twitter account: @citybeautiful
    • Citizens following the City of Orlando on social media are encouraged to share posts to help inform your family and friends.
  • City of Orlando Emergency Management’s website: Cityoforlando.net/emergency

 

Throughout the weekend, the City of Orlando will continue to monitor the storm and provide any updates as necessary.