Posted: 1:58 pm Tuesday, September 5th, 2017
Here’s where Fox 13 is reporting sandbags are available! This is a powerful hurricane, time to be prepared.
City Hall is the only spot on Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.. 20 bags per property. East parking lot for City Hall: 100 State Street West
10 sandbags per resident. Locations open 10a-7p for now.
– Bobby Hicks Pool: 4201 W. Mango Ave.
– Barksdale Active Adult Center @ MacFarlane Park: 1801 N. Lincoln Ave.
– Jackson Heights Community Center: 3310 E. Lake Avenue
Open Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m, reopen on Wednesday at 7:30 a.m.
– Northeast Park: 875 62nd Avenue NE
– Bartlett Park: 2000 7th Street South
– Northwest Pool Parking Lot: 2331 60th Street North
– Public Works Service facility: 6151 78th Avenue
Bring your own bags at this location!!!
Public Works Complex: 1650 North Arcturas Avenue
Open at 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday. Open on Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. until further notice.
– Mitchell Park: 4825 Little Road in New Port Richey
– West Pasco Government Center: 8731 Citizens Road in New Port Richey
Self-serve here so bring your own shovel. 30-bag limit per person at these fire stations:
– Babson Park Fire Station: 714 North Scenic Highway in Babson Park
– Caloosa Lake Fire Station: 14684 U.S. Highway 27 in Lake Wales
– Cottonwood Fire Station: 126 Cottonwood Drive in Davenport
– Crystal Lake Support Station: 2450 East Main Street in Lakeland
– Cypress Garden Station: 2201 Register Road SE in Winter Haven
– Golfview Fire Station: 2902 FL Highway 60 in Lake Wales
– Indian Lake Estates Fire Station: 6221 Hogan Lane in Indian Lake Estates
– Jan Phyl Village Fire station: 333 American Spirit Road in Jan Phyl Village
– Mulberry Fire Station: 900 NE 5th Street in Mulberry
– Nalcrest Fire Station: Nalcrest Road in Nalcrest
– Polk City Fire Station: 200 Commonwealth Boulevard SW in Polk City
– Providence Fire Station: 8936 U.S. Highway 98 North in Lakeland
– Sleepy Hill Fire Station: 3030 Sleep Hill Road in Lakeland
– Solivita Fire Station: 1201 Cypress Parkway in Kissimmee
– Willow Oak Fire Station: 4210 Willis Road in Mulberry
Manatee County will begin distributing sandbags Wednesday and will continue through Friday.
Weds & Thurs: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
-Buffalo Creek Park – 7550 69th St. E., Palmetto
-G.T. Bray Park – 5502 33rd Ave. Dr. W. Bradenton
-Lakewood Ranch Park – 5350 Lakewood Ranch Blvd. Bradenton
-Stormwater Ops – 5511 39th St. E. Bradenton
-Rubonia Community Center – 1309 72 St. E., Palmetto
Limited to 20 per person. Materials and bags will be supplied and residents must fill it up themselves. Shovels will be available. The distribution locations will be open during daylight hours
– John Chesnut Sr. Park: 2200 East Lake Road in Palm Harbor
– Lealman Community Park: 3890 55th Avenue North in St. Petersburg
– Taylor Park: 1100 Eighth Avenue Southwest in Largo
Sandbags are available at three locations on Tuesday from noon until 8 p.m. It will reopen on Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Residents can receive up to 25 sandbags. Materials will be made available for those to make their own sandbags.
– West Service Unit: 9805 Sheldon Road in Tampa
– South Service Unit: 8718 Old Big Bend Road in Gibsonton
– East Service Unit: 4702 Sydney Road in Plant City