Dear Celebration Residents:
As a homeowners association, we rely on the County and the State for any emergency management news and notifications. Below you will find a number of resources that you can refer to for important information regarding Hurricane Ian.
Click HERE for the latest news release from Osceola County.
Osceola County Hurricane Center
Hurricane Center (osceola.org)
Osceola County Office of Emergency Management
Emergency Management (osceola.org)
National Hurricane Center
National Hurricane Center (noaa.gov)
Residents should stay informed by monitoring weather reports and by receiving emergency phone alerts through Osceola's free AlertOsceola service, by texting the word “alertosceola" to 888777.
Register for important alerts: Alert Osceola Emergency Notifications/Alerts
For more resources to prepare for severe weather, visit readyosceola.org.
Please see below for sandbag distribution information.
- Osceola Heritage Park, (Shakerag Road): 1211 Shakerag Road, Kissimmee FL 34744
- Hours of Operation: 8 a.m to 6 p.m., Sunday and Monday, September 25 and 26
Supplies will be provided including bags and sand. Residents are allowed 25 sandbags per household and will need to bring their own shovel or filling tool. Supplies are limited, and sandbags will be available for filling on a first-come, first-served basis.
OUTDOOR FURNITURE & OTHER ITEMS
Celebration Residential Owners Association will be storing any outdoor furniture and equipment that could become airborne beginning today.
We recommend that all residents do the same. Anything that you have outside of your home that could potentially become airborne during a storm, please store inside of your home. This includes furniture, plants, trash cans, decorations, etc.
TOWN HALL CLOSURE & MEETING CANCELATIONS
Town Hall closure information will be sent tomorrow.
All committee, board meetings and activities at Town Hall will be canceled beginning on Tuesday, September 27th, through the end of this week.
The Porch & Yard Sale has not been canceled at this time and we will revisit the decision on Thursday.
We will continue to keep you updated accordingly.
A friendly reminder… Look out for your neighbors. Lend a helping hand. We are in this together.