Hurricane Ian Updates Live Today
Hurricane Ian Updates Live Today: Due to Hurricane the Orange County Emergency Management Office continues to monitor Hurricane Ian’s transfer track and the wearing effect of this storm on Orange County.
As far as being seen, Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for Orange County from 11 a.m. this morning.
Looking at the weather, it has been told that by the end of this week, heavy rain and winds with a speed of 39-73 mph are expected.
If you need more information about Hurricane Ian updates, then you can visit their website National Weather Service, from there you will get all kinds of information.
Seeing increased wind and storm conditions, Orange County Public Works is working to reduce the potential for flood formation throughout the community to lower water levels in the lake and other water bodies.
As of last Tuesday evening, residents there are asked to ensure that all houses are ready and that almost all loose objects from outside houses are cleared.
Additionally, residents should have food supplies and an emergency preparedness plan for their families and pets in the wake of the storm.
If you want to know about this in depth, then you can go to ocfl.net/storm or ready.gov.
Special-needs Community preparation of all kinds
If you are in need of special needs/medical shelter, you can request to contact Orange County by dialing 3-1-1 or 407-836-3111 to make sure Make sure they have the necessary route to access resources and transportation before the storm hits.
If someone is troubled or deaf or hard of hearing person can find solution to the problem by starting online chat by visiting ocfl.net/311.
Hurricane Ian Update ensures that residents are prepared for the potential impact of an upcoming typhoon,
Orange County has once again reopened its free, self-service sandbag program in about five parks and at entertainment venues throughout the county.
- – Barnett Park, 4801 W Colonial Drive
- – Bithlow Community Park, 18501 Washington Ave.
- – Downey Park, 10107 Flowers Ave.
- – Meadow Woods Park, 1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle
- – West Orange Recreational Complex, 309 Southwest West Crown Point Road
During this Hurricane Ian the site will be subject to normal park work over time. And the residents there will have to bring their own shovel to fill the sandbags.