Sandbag locations around Central Florida

Locations will be added as information comes into News 6

ORLANDO, Fla. - News 6 has compiled a list of sand bag locations across Central Florida. Be sure to contact each location to determine if sand bags are still available.

MARION COUNTY:

City of Ocala Residents

This location is now closed.

FLAGLER COUNTY:

City of Palm Coast Residents

The City of Palm Coast has a sandbag station open in the Public Works yard at U.S. 1 and Wellfield Grade (just north of the FDOT weighstation) in Palm Coast.

 

LAKE COUNTY:

City of Altoona

Residents must bring their own shovels, and are allowed to take 20 bags of sand per household. Hours for pickup are 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. until further notice.

Fire Station 14, 42700 State Road 19, Altoona

City of Astor

Residents must bring their own shovels, and are allowed to take 20 bags of sand per household. Hours for pickup are 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. until further notice.

Fire Station 10, 23023 State Road 40, Astor

City of Clermont Residents

Residents must bring their own shovels, and are allowed to take 20 bags of sand per household. Hours for pickup are 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. until further notice.

Fire Station 110, 6234 County Road 561, Clermont

City of Fruitland Park

Residents must bring their own shovels, and are allowed to take 20 bags of sand per household. Hours for pickup are 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. until further notice.

Fire Station 53, 2505 Spring Lake Road, Fruitland Park

ORANGE COUNTY:

City of Orlando Residents

This location is now closed.

 

BREVARD COUNTY:

Sandbags are available at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Farm, 2955 W. Pluckebaum Road, in Cocoa. There’s a limit of 10 bags per vehicle, but a crew is on hand to fill and load.

 

VOLUSIA COUNTY:

City of DeLand Residents

This location is now closed.

 

City of Deltona Residents

The City of Deltona has sandbags available at Festival Park, 191 Howland Blvd. City staff will provide 10 filled bags per resident; another 10 empty bags will be available for residents to fill. Residents who want to fill their own should bring a shovel.

City of Edgewater Residents

Four locations throughout the City have sand piles staged for residents to access. Sandbags are not provided. Residents must provide their own bags. Bags may be purchased at local home supply centers or double bagged; heavy duty garbage bags may be used.  Residents should also bring their own shovels. 

• Fire Station 57                        2628 Hibiscus Drive
• Veterans Park             1811 South Riverside Drive
• Mango Tree Lake        901 Mango Tree Drive
• Airpark staging area   1898 Airpark Road

City of Holly Hill

This location is now closed.

 

New Smyrna Beach Residents

This location is now closed.

 

City of Orange City Residents

This location is now closed.

 

City of Ormond Beach Residents

This location is now closed.

Volusia County Residents

Location is now closed.

 

SEMINOLE COUNTY:

City of Lake Mary Residents

This location is now closed.

 

City of Longwood Residents

This location is now closed.

 

City of Sanford Residents

Sandbag Operations will be open throughout the day today at 4170 N US HWY 17-92, SANFORD, FL 32773, next door to Seminole County’s Fire Station 35.

During emergency operations, empty sandbags are available to all residents of Seminole County.  Each resident will receive up to 30 bags.  Sand or dirt will be provided for citizens to fill these bags.  Please bring shovels with you as there are limited supply. 

Public Works Facility
800 W Fulton St, Sanford
Open 24/7 currently

 

Seminole County Residents

Fire Station 35
4170 N Highway 17-92, Sanford (across from former Flea World property)
Open until 8:00PM, or until weather permits
Residents may collect up to 30 sandbags, and should bring their own shovels to bag sand

Sandbags being filled in Kissimmee [PHOTO: WKMG/TEE TAYLOR]

 

All Osceola County Residents

All locations are now closed.

 

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