LAKE MARY, Fla. - As Hurricane Ian continues its ways across the Caribbean, it is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane. Florida is within the so-called "cone of uncertainty."
As Floridians continue to prepare, here is the emergency information to know in Brevard County, including evacuations, road closures, school closings, and where to get sand and sandbags. As additional information comes into the FOX 35 newsroom, we will update this page.
LATEST STORM UPDATES
- FOX 35 STORM TEAM HURRICANE CENTER (Cone, models, pathway)
- FOX 35 STORM TEAM COVERAGE
- FOX 35 TRACKING THE TROPICS FORECAST
SEMINOLE COUNTY SANDBAGS
SEMINOLE COUNTY EVACUATIONS
No evacuations ordered.
SEMINOLE COUNTY EMERGENCY SHELTERS
- Lake Mary High School - 655 Longwood Lake Mary Rd, Lake Mary
- Lawton Chiles Middle School - 1240 Sanctuary Dr, Oviedo
- Lyman High School - 865 Ronald Reagan Blvd, Longwood (pet friendly)
- Midway Elementary School - 2368 Brisson Ave, Sanford
- Winter Springs High School - 130 Tuskawilla Rd, Winter Springs - (pet friendly)
- Bentley Elementary School - 2190 S Oregon Ave, Sanford (pet friendly)
- Layer Elementary School - 4201 FL-419, Winter Springs
SEMINOLE COUNTY SCHOOL CLOSURES
No school closures currently reported.
CONTACT SEMINOLE COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
- Seminole County's Citizens Information Line, 407-665-0000 (M-F, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
- Seminole County Emergency Management: 407-665-5102
- Facebook page
- Special Needs Plan Registration