Hurricane Matthew continues to barrel toward Florida, leading to coastal evacuations, school and government closings, and flight cancellations.
Let's be prepared and be safe, Lake Nona.
As of Thursday at 8AM, forecasters predicted that Matthew would scrape Florida's east coast late Thursday night, and could make landfall in northern Brevard County by Friday morning.
Tavistock will open two onsite garages at 3PM today for any resident who would like to park their car in a covered garage on a first come first serve basis. All cars should be removed by noon Saturday, October 8 dependent on weather. Park at your own risk - Tavistock does not assume responsibility for cars in the garages.
A few updates from our onsite partners:
Updates from the City of Orlando, Orange County:
This storm is projected to be serious and we ask that you take the appropriate precautions in and around your property.
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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
[Helpful Tips & Lessons Learned from your Neighbors:
Make sure your Hurricane Kit includes:
Pack non-perishable food for each person for 3-7 days.
Hurricane Safety Procedures
Before a Hurricane:
During a Hurricane:
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