Roads-stormwater

Sandbags

DURING NORMAL OPERATIONS:

Sandbag DistributionSandbags are not generally used during normal operations and maintenance. If a resident of unincorporated Seminole County has a flooding concern, they will need to contact the Roads-Stormwater Division Customer Service Line at (407) 665-7623. This request will be forwarded to a field supervisor for evaluation. If the field supervisor determines that sandbags are needed, they will be delivered to that location.  Sandbags WILL NOT be provided for businesses or detached buildings from a home.

DURING EMERGENCY OPERATIONS:

During emergency operations, empty sandbags and dirt will be available to all residents of Seminole County.  Residents will be able to receive up to 15 empty sandbags. Dirt will be provided, but you will need to bring your own shovel and gloves.  Filled sandbags can weight approximately 30 pounds, so it is recommended to bring a partner to help you fill and load the filled sandbags into your vehicle.

For more information on how to use and fill sandbags, along with proper sandbag disposal, click here.

Sandbag locations are:

County Operations

Seminole County Sports Complex - Traffic Pattern, click here ******CLOSED******
3450 E Lake Mary Blvd., Sanford, FL 32773
Bring your own shovel
May fill up to 15 bags per household

Seminole County Softball Complex - Traffic Pattern, click here **** CLOSED*****
2200 North St., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Bring your own shovel
May fill up to 15 bags per household

Seminole County Red Bug Lake Park - Traffic Pattern, click here **** CLOSED*****
3600 Red Bugl Lake Rd, Casselberry, FL 32714
Bring your own shovel
May fill up to 15 bags per household