Sandbag Location Update:— FlaglerEOC (@FlaglerEOC) September 1, 2019
Here are the locations that currently still have sand.
Malacompra South Beach Parking Lot, on Malacompra Rd
Old Jail Site at Utility St and Old Moody Blvd
Hidden Trails Community Center
Find complete Volusia County sandbag information here: http://bit.ly/2Zp8eVa
New Smyrna Beach:
Sand and bags are available until gone at the following sites:
- Southwinds Soccer Complex, 1200 Richel Drive
- Spruce Creek Road Park, 481 Central Park Blvd. (by the ball fields)
- Coraci Park, 5200 Coraci Blvd.
- Airport Road Park, 6751 Airport Road)
Residents need to show proof of residency and can fill their own bags or city supplied bags. Residents should bring a shovel. If residents bring their own bags, please make sure they are small trash bags and are double bagged. There is a limit of 10 bags per household.
Daytona Beach Shores:
Sandbags and hurricane passes are also available 24/7 at the Public Safety building, 3050 S. Atlantic Ave.
• Spruce Creek Road Park, 481 Central Park Blvd. (by the ball fields)
• Coraci Park, 5200 Coraci Blvd.
• Airport Road Park, 6751 Airport Road
Sand and bags are available at City Hall, 16 Colomba Road, until 5 p.m. today, Saturday. Residents should bring their own shovels and be prepared to fill their own bags. There is a limit of 10 bags per household and a valid ID with verification of DeBary address is required.
• Old Jail, 855 Camp Road, Cocoa, 32927
• West Melbourne: Residents will be able to self-fill up to 10 sandbags at West Melbourne Community Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Access to the park will be from the Minton Road and Wingate/Fell Road intersection only, westbound on Fell, through Max K. Rodes Park and eastbound on Flanagan to enter into the park from the south.
• Cocoa: Residents can self-fill up sandbags at the below locations:
If you have not left for our sandbag distribution site (Club 52/Greyhound Park), please do not go there now. We will be able to service the people currently waiting in line but will then need to shut down the distribution operation after they are served.— City of Melbourne FL (@MelbourneFL) September 1, 2019
Osceola County residents:
Sandbag operations have closed in Osceola County, including the cities of Kissimmee and St. Cloud.
Emergency sandbag information: Polk County Emergency Management Division (863) 534‐5600
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