This Is Where You Can Find Sandbags In Central Florida

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As Florida continues to monitor the path of Hurricane Irma, counties and cities are organizing locations for residents to pick up sandbags before the storm.

BREVARD COUNTY:

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Brevard County will have four different locations where residents can pick up sandbags at no cost.

The locations will open on Wednesday starting at 8 a.m. and will distribute until 6 p.m. Saturday or until supplies are gone. There is a 10-per-household limit.

You can pick up sandbags in Brevard County at the following locations:

NORTH BREVARD AREAChain of Lakes Park2300 Truman Scarborough WayTitusville, FL 32796

MERRITT ISLAND AND BEACHESMitchell Ellington Park575 Hall RoadMerritt Island, FL 32953

CENTRAL BREVARD AREACalvary Chapel Church2852 Fellowship PlaceViera, FL 32940

SOUTH BREVARD AREAMax K. Rhodes Park3410 Flanagan Ave.West Melbourne, FL, 32904

SEMINOLE COUNTY:

Residents in Seminole County have two locations where they can pick up sandbags.

From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., residents can pick up sandbags at the Seminole County Sports Complex. There will be a limit of 15 per household.

At the Public Works Complex on Fulton Street, residents can begin picking up sandbags on Wednesday, starting at 7 a.m.

You are asked to bring a shovel at both Seminole County lcations.

Seminole County Sports Complex3450 East Lake Mary Blvd.Sanford, FL 32771

Public Works Complex800 West Fulton St.Sanford, FL 32771

Eastmonte Park Overflow Parking Lot830 Magnolia DriveAltamonte Springs, FLThursday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Bring your own shovel

Westmonte Park624 Bills LaneAltamonte SpringsThursday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Bring your own shovel

Residents of Casselberry can begin picking up sand on Thursday. There will be a ten-per-household limit and are asked to bring your own shovel.

Vacant Bowling Alley parking lot114 Wilshire BlvdFern Park, FL

Pick-up will begin at 8 a.m. on Thursday and will last till 5 p.m. Casselberry will follow the same schedule on Friday or until supplies run out.

PALM COAST:

Residents are asked to bring their own shovels and are told be be prepared to fill their own sandbags. The city of Palm Coast ran out of sandbags Tuesday evening, but residents are encouraged to bring heavy-duty plastic bags to create their own.

Palm Coast residents can fill their sandbags at the following locations:

Holland Park18 Florida Park DrivePalm Coast, FL 32164Indian Trails Sports Complex5455 Belle Terre ParkwayPalm Coast, FL 32164

Seminole Woods Neighborhood Park350 Sesame Blvd.Palm Coast. FL 32164

MARION COUNTY:

Sandbags will be available at four Marion County Sheriff's Office district offices starting on Wednesday.

Sand, bags and shovels will be provided free of charge, but are self-serve. There will be a limit of ten sandbags per resident.

North Multi District Office8311 North Highway 441Ocala, FL 34479

South Multi District Office3260 Southeast 80th St. Ocala, FL 34480

Forest District Office16000 East Hightway 40 Silver Springs FL, 34488

Dunnellon District Office19995 Southwest 86th St. Unit 3 Dunnellon, FL 34433

OCALA:

Ocala will open sandbag stations along Watula Avenue in Tuscawilla Park behind the Reilly Arts Center.

The stations will open on Wednesday from 8 a.m. until dark until Friday.

Sand, bags and shovels will be available on site with a limit of 10 sandbags per person.

VOLUSIA COUNTY:

The Waggin' Trail Dog Park1201 South Leavitt Ave. Orange City, FL 32763

Public Works Depot201 Howland Blvd.Deltona, FLFire Station 572628 Hibiscus Dr.Edgewater, FLMenard May Park413 South Riverside Dr.Edgewater, FL

Mango Tree Lake901 Mango Tree DriveEdgewater, FL

Airpark Staging Area1898 Airpark RoadEdgwater, FL

DAYTONA BEACH:

The city of Daytona Beach will be providing residents with sandbags starting at 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. until Friday.

Residents must show identification and can pick up up to 12 bags at either City Hall or the Public Safety lobby.

Shovels will be available.

ORANGE COUNTY:

ORLANDO:

Residents must show proof of residence and will be given ten sandbags per address.

Residents can pick up sandbags from 7 a.m. till 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday.

City of Orlando Streets and Stormwater Division1010 Woods Ave.Orlando, FL

WINTER PARK:

City residents are asked to bring proof of residence and will have a limit of 12 sandbags per resident. Sandbags will be available at the Public Works Compound starting on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and continue till Friday.

Residents are asked to enter at the east gate and drive through to Building 12.

Public Works Compound1409 Howell Branch RoadWinter Park, FL

APOPKA:

Edwards Field11 Forest AvenueApopka, FLWednesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Osceola County

Osceola County residents will be provided materials to fill and make sand bags at several locations beginning Wednesday from noon until 7 p.m.

Road & Bridge Department3850 Old Canoe Creek RoadSaint Cloud, FL

Road & Bridge Department1698 S. Hoagland BoulevardKissimmee, FL

Poiniciana Library101 N. Doverplum AvenuePoinciana, FL

Osceola Heritage Park1 Heritage Park WayKissimmee, FL

Kenansville Community Center1178 S. Canoe Creek RoadKenansville, FL

Holopaw Community Center8801 Community Center Road Holopaw, FL

Celebration Library305 Campus Street Celebration, FL

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