As Hurricane Irma has left the area, the HOA, in cooperation with Tavistock, has turned its attention to storm recovery around the community. We’re sure many of you are interested in the progress, and the HOA wants to share a status update as to where we are with our efforts:
The City of Orlando has advised that due to the large amount of landscape/yard waste to be cleared and removed, they could experience a 30-60 day backlog as they work through the City. The HOA would like to offer to all Laureate Park residents who have landscape debris the ability to drop it off for pick-up at the HOA’s designated debris site, where it can be hauled out by our contractor. Please keep in mind that this is only available for landscape debris – any large household trash will not be accepted. The site is located on Laureate Boulevard (please see map below):
The HOA would like to thank everyone for their patience and understanding as we work to bring the community back to normal. If you would like to make a report on any items you may have noticed that we have not already listed, you may respond directly to this notice, you may use the HOACustomerService@fishkind.com email or you may use the Contact Form on our HOA website: http://www.laureateparkhoa.com/hoa-request-form.html.
Nemours CareConnect App
If your child becomes ill during the storm, connect to a board-certified Nemours pediatrician to see and care for your child through live, on-demand video visits. Click here to download
Make sure your family is prepared for Hurricane Irma, if it hits. See hurricane tips at KidsHealth, and keep your smartphone or tablet charged and a doctor on hand with Nemours CareConnect.
Florida Hospital CentraCare eCare App
Receive expert care from a Florida Hospital provider for a variety of conditions all from the comfort of your home. Now is the time to download and set up your accounts.
In preparation and during the storm, Florida Hospital is waiving their $49 eCare fees now until Tuesday, September 12. Providers will be available 8AM-8PM every day until the storm subsides.
Download iTunes App: http://flhosp.co/bQVBf
Download Google Play App: http://flhosp.co/bQVBg
Helpful Apps Download
OCFL Alert is an emergency notification and information smartphone app that provides critical information during times of emergency. Life-saving information includes open shelter locations, water and ice distribution centers, evacuation routes, public service announcements and much more.
Gas Buddy is a smartphone app using crowdsourced information to help drivers find gas availability and prices at nearby stations.
Nemours CareConnect app is a smartphone app connecting you to a board-certified pediatrician to see and care for your child through live, on-demand video visits.
Florida Hospital CentraCare eCare is a convenient option for a face-to-face urgent care video visit with a board-certified Centra Care doctor or nurse practitioner. In preparation and during the storm, Florida Hospital is waiving their $49 eCare fees now until Tuesday, September 12.
Continued Hurricane Preparations
As of this afternoon, we wanted to share a few important updates on preparations:
Be a Good Neighbor, Lake Nona
This storm is projected to be serious and we ask that you take the appropriate precautions in and around your property.
Updated Operating Times and Closures
Follow the latest news and updates on Facebook and Twitter. Here are helpful pages to follow for news and weather related tips:
Sandbag Distribution - City of Orlando Residents
The City of Orlando will be giving away sandbags to help residents prepare for the potential impact of Hurricane Irma.
Residents must show proof of residence and will be given 10 bags per address.
Friday, September 8, 2017 from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
City of Orlando Streets and Stormwater Division
1010 Woods Ave, Orlando, FL 32805
Due to construction on West Gore Street, residents are advised to use the following routes to access Woods Avenue:
Camping World Stadium
1 Citrus Bowl Pl, Orlando, FL 32805
Residents are advised to use the following routes to access the Camping World Stadium distribution location:
Hurricane Safety Procedures
Before a Hurricane:
During a Hurricane:
Make sure your Hurricane Kit includes:
FOOD AND WATER
Pack non-perishable food for each person for 3-7 days.
Lake Nona Resident Information Line: 407-313-8585
Fire Department Non-Emergencies: 321-235-5200
Police Non-Emergencies: 321-235-5300
Power Outages (OUC): 407-423-9018
Trees on City right-of-way: 407-246-2283
Central Florida Red Cross: 407-894-4141
Orange County Humane Society: 407-351-7722