• Osceola County Storm Information



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    For more information, citizens are encouraged to visit http://mysafety.osceola.org or call the Citizen Information Center at 407-742-0000.

    Sand Bags Available in Osceola County

    Posted Date: 8/28/2015

    Osceola County residents may fill and make sand bags at several locations.

    Unincorporated Osceola County Residents:
    The locations will close at 6 p.m. and re-open at 8 a.m. on Saturday. There is a 25-bag limit and help is available for those unable to fill the bags themselves.

    Road & Bridge Department 3850 Old Canoe Creek Road
    Road & Bridge Department 1698 S. Hoagland Boulevard in Kissimmee, 34741
    Poinciana Library 101 N. Doverplum Avenue in Poinciana, 34758
    Buenaventura Community Center 501 Florida Parkway, 34743
    Kenansville Community Center 1178 S. Canoe Creek Road in Kenansville, 34739
    Holopaw Community Center 8801 Community Center Road in Holopaw, 34773
    Celebration Library 305 Campus Street, 34747

    Kissimmee Residents

    The corner of Thacker Avenue & Mabbette Street across from the YMCA
    Today until 3:30 p.m.
    Saturday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
    Sunday, 8 a.m. - 5.p.m.
    12 bags per household
    ID required-City of Kissimmee residents only please

    St. Cloud Residents

    O.P. Johnson Park, 324 Georgia Ave., St. Cloud, FL 34769
    Godwin Park, 317 Delaware Ave., St. Cloud, FL 34769
    Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Sand and bags; citizens must bring their own shovels. (Help will be available for citizens who are unable to fill their own bags).

    In addition, County fields at Parkway Middle, Oren Brown and Buenaventura Lakes were closed in anticipation of the rains associated with Erika.

    Residents and visitors should continue to monitor local news for further instructions, ensure disaster supply kits are fully stocked and plans are in place to remain safe.

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