Hermine: Polk County emergency info

Closures, sandbags, and other county-specific emergency information for Polk County as Hurricane Hermine passes.

Polk County public schools will be open on Friday. All outdoor sports & activities, including JV football, are postponed for Thursday. 

None announced.


Polk County Fire Rescue is offering sandbag fill locations throughout the county.  From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., the following fire stations will provide sand and sandbags, so bring your shovel and get prepared.

- Babson Park Fire Station - 714 N. Scenic Highway in Babson Park

- Caloosa Lake Fire Station - 14684 U.S. 27 in Lake Wales

- Cottonwood Fire Station - 126 Cottonwood Drive in Davenport

- Crystal Lake Fire Station - 2450 E. Main St. in Lakeland

- Cypress Gardens Fire Station - 2101 Register Road in Winter Haven

- Golfview Fire Station - 2902 State Road 60 East in Lake Wales

- Indian Lake Estates Fire Station - 6221 Hogan Lane near Lake Wales

- Jan Phyl Fire Station - 333 American Spirit Blvd. in Winter Haven

- Mulberry Fire Station - 900 Fifth Street NE in Mulberry

- Nalcrest Fire Station - 69101 Nalcrest Road in Nalcrest

- Polk City Fire Station - 200 Commonwealth Blvd. in Polk City

- Providence Fire Station - 8936 U.S. 98 North in Lakeland

- Sleepy Hill Fire Station - 330 Sleepy Hill Road in Lakeland

- Solovita Fire Station - 1201 Cypress Parkway in Poinciana

- Willow Oak Fire Station - 4210 Willis Road in Mulberry

None announced.

MORE INFO: Polk County EOC

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