Here are the Central Florida counties still offering sandbag locations

Models project Central Florida in path of Hurricane Ian

As Tropical Depression 9 makes its way across the Caribbean Sea, models are projecting the wave will head toward Florida and could impact it as a hurricane and Orange County is preparing.

ORLANDO, Fla. – Hurricane Ian may no longer be in Florida, but the effects are lingering.

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Flooding is a problem in many parts of Central Florida, and some sandbag locations have reopened for residents trying to fortify their homes.

We’ll post new sandbag locations as we get them.


Seminole County is reopening three sandbag locations Saturday at 8 a.m. Residents should expect to bring their own shovels.

Altamonte Springs

  • Westmonte Recreation Center — 624 Bills Lane off Spring Oaks Boulevard.


  • Old Geneva Volunteer Fire Station — 217 Second Street


  • Lake Monroe Wayside Park — 4170 Highway 17

The City of Oviedo also has a sandbag location open Friday until 4 p.m.

  • Oviedo Public Works Maintenance Yard — 1725 Evans Street

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