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Hurricane Irma Preparedness Information

A couple quick updates related to Hurricane Irma preparedness:

*The City is closely monitoring and preparing for Hurricane Irma. 

*The City out of sandbags. Today's scheduled sandbag distribution is cancelled as a result.

*City parks and parks & recreation facilities will be closing from Saturday through Tuesday.

               *The Maitland Senior Center will close on Monday, September 11, and Tuesday, September 12

*The ribbon cutting for the observation deck at Minnehaha Park has been cancelled and postponed to a date uncertain.

*The City Council meeting scheduled for Monday, September 11, has been cancelled and rescheduled to Monday, September 18.

*The Maitland Farmers' Market scheduled for Sunday, September 10, 2017, is cancelled.

*An updated Hurricane Preparedness Infographic:

*Please note that the hashtag can come up in public search results if a social media profile is set on public.


Central Florida Evacuations:


Brevard County officials have announced a mandatory evacuation order for residents living in Merritt Island and some mainland low-lying areas along the Indian River Lagoon.

The order for people living in Evacuation Zone A begins at 3 p.m. Friday.

In addition, people who live in mobile or manufactured homes or in other flood-prone areas are also vulnerable and should evacuate, whether on the mainland or the barrier islands, county officials said.

Residents who do not plan to stay in public shelters are encouraged to stay with family or friends on the mainland, and to evacuate tens of miles rather than hundreds of miles, as traffic on highways and interstates is likely to be heavier.



There is a mandatory evacuation for nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Flagler County.

Flagler County announced a voluntary evacuation for residents and said evacuation zones A, B, C and F (not Palm Coast alphabet sections) should consider leaving the area ahead of Hurricane Irma.

The county has also expanded their voluntary evacuation to include residents who live in a mobile home, a recreational vehicle, a trailer or an unsafe structure that is not rated to withstand strong winds.

Evacuation Zone A : Everything east of the Intracoastal including Marineland, Hammock, Flagler Beach along A1A.

Evacuation Zone B: neighborhoods along Colbert Lane to the south, all of the C section and the F section east of Florida Park Drive and the F section east of Palm Harbor Parkway. This zone also includes the area east of Old Kings Road, south of State Road 100 including Bulow and its adjacent neighborhood, Grand Haven and western Flagler Beach.

Evacuation Zone C: Woodlands area of Palm Coast

Evacuation Zone F: Areas near Dead Lake, St. Johns Park and the Haw Creek basin, as the St. Johns River, which feeds Dead Lake is tidal.

The Flagler Beach Police Department is asking residents to stop by for a placard that can help with post storm recovery if residents plan to evacuate. 



No voluntary or mandatory evacuation notice has been posted by Seminole County at this time.



No voluntary or mandatory evacuation notice has been posted by Orange County at this time.



No voluntary or mandatory evacuation notice has been posted by Marion County at this time.



Volusia County is asking residents on the beachside, in low-lying areas, and in RVs, mobile or manufactured homes are asked at this time to evacuate voluntarily. If you are uncomfortable in your home, you also are encouraged to evacuate.


Florida Hospital

Florida Hospital Oceanside is an 80-bed facility located beachside in Ormond Beach on A1A. This facility will evacuate 31 patients to Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center in Daytona Beach on Friday, September 8. The emergency department at this facility is also expected to close, however the exact time has not yet been determined.

• Florida Hospital New Smyrna is a 112-bed facility located in New Smyrna Beach, a few short blocks from the Intracoastal Waterway. This facility will evacuate approximately 50 patients to Florida Hospital DeLand in DeLand and Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City on Friday, September 8. The entire hospital will be closed and the emergency department at this facility will be closed to patients as of noon on Saturday, September 9.

• The ERs will be open and available for patients in emergency medical situations at: 

◦ Florida Hospital DeLand in DeLand

◦ Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City

◦ Florida Hospital Flagler is Palm Coast

◦ Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center in Daytona Beach

• All procedures, diagnostic testing and outpatient appointments scheduled for Monday, September 11 are cancelled and will need to be rescheduled for future dates.

• All freestanding Florida Hospital outpatient facilities and employed physician offices will be closed on Monday, September 11. Depending on the storm's track and localized impact, these facilities and offices plan to assess any damages on Tuesday, September 12 to evaluate reopening.



No voluntary or mandatory evacuation notice has been posted by Osceola County at this time.



No voluntary or mandatory evacuation notice has been posted by Lake County at this time. 


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