Residential

Hurricane Dorian: Lake Nona Weather Updates

Wednesday, August 28th 2019

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In anticipation of potential impacts from Hurricane Dorian, we are encouraging residents, visitors, and business to prepare for the storm and take precautionary measures. We have assembled some information to help get this process started including suggested items for preparing your property, what to put in a storm preparedness kit, contact information for key organizations and more.

PROTECTING YOUR PROPERTY

We ask that you take the appropriate precautions in and around your property. Make sure to walk your property and secure items that could potentially become a projectile in high wind (outdoor furniture, potted plants, toys, Halloween decorations, etc.). If you see something that concerns you within your neighborhood, contact your local HOA manager.

STAY INFORMED

Before, during, and after the storm, the following organizations will be able to provide helpful information to keep you informed by clicking below:

Lake Nona Facebook
LakeNona Twitter
City Of Orlando Facebook
City of Orlando Twitter
OUC Facebook
OUC Twitter
Orange County Facebook
Orange County Twitter
Orange County Public Schools Facebook
Orange County Public Schools Twitter
National Hurricane Center Facebook
National Hurricane Center Twitter
National Hurricane Center (Atlantic) Twitter
FEMA Facebook
FEMA Twitter
FEMA Instagram

HELPFUL RESOURCES

– Local Emergency Radio Station – 1650 AM
– Call to report a power outage to OUC – 407-423-9018
– Call City of Orlando Info Line – 407-246-HELP (4357)
– Orange County Non-emergency assistance – Call 311 for assistance with non-emergency flooding, debris, downed trees, traffic matters, road conditions and animal or neighborhood concerns and emergency medical services.
Disaster Supply Kit
City of Orlando Emergency Management
National Hurricane Center
OUC Storm Center

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