Sandbag Locations in Pasco County

Sandbag Locations in Pasco County 

With the imminent arrival of Hurricane Dorian in the next few  days, Pasco County has opened several Sandbag locations to help Pasco residents protect their property. Sand and sandbags are now available.

Moon Lake Park, 8985 Lake Dr., New Port Richey
Magnolia Valley Golf Course Clubhouse, 7223 Massachusetts Ave., New Port Richey
Veterans Memorial Park, 14333 Hicks Road, Hudson
Pasco Fire Rescue Station 17, 2951 Seven Springs Blvd., New Port Richey
Land O’ Lakes Recreation Center, 3032 Collier Parkway, Land O’ Lakes
Pasco County Public Works (C-Barn), 30908 Warder Road, San Antonio
Wesley Chapel District Park, 7727 Boyette Rd, Wesley Chapel
Old Dade City Police Station, 38042 Pasco Avenue, Dade City

Sandbag Locations in Pasco County

*Note: Sandbag locations are self-serve and are open 24 hours to Pasco County residents; however, sand will only be restocked between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Residents should bring a shovel and beprepared to fill their own sandbags. The Magnolia Valley site might have inmate assistance available during business hours.

The City of New Port Richey and the City of Zephyrhills are also providing sandbags to city residents daily at the following locations:
New Port Richey Public Works Operations Center, 6132 Pine Hill Rd (7 a.m. – 4 p.m.)
Zephyrhills Fire Station 2, 6907 Dairy Rd (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

More Information

You can find more information about getting ready for a flooding or hurricane event at Pasco Emergency Management’s webpage here.

For more information about preparing for disasters – including how to sign up for emergency notifications through Alert Pasco – please visit the Pasco County Division of Emergency Management.

Sandbag Locations in Pasco County 2017

Bring shovels for filling the bags. If you need more information about flooding, go to the Office of Emergency Management, click here. We’ve had some flooding disasters in Pasco County in the last few years; let’s all hope that this doesn’t turn out to be one of those. 

The most effective placement for sandbags in a flood event includes entry and exit points of your home. Watch a Pasco County video explaining how to fill and place sandbags: How to place sandbags.

Finally, see Pet Safety in Hurricanes and a list of pet-friendly hotels.

See you on the other side. Take Care.

Toni Weidman, GRI
Search Homes for Sale here.
Sailwinds Realty

Please remember to keep your pets safe and make arrangement for them if you have to evacuate.

Sandbag Locations in Pasco County

Watershed Meetings For Flood Victims 2015

Watershed Meetings For Flood Victims 2015

We all know that West Pasco was hit pretty hard during the recent stormy week leaving many without a home for days, and others with ruined homes to return to. [Published during Hurricane Season 2015]

Pasco County will be holding informational meetings for people impacted by the recent flooding in their area. Each location-focused meeting will address issues unique to that area. 

Watershed Meetings For Flood Victims

Watershed Meetings For Flood Victims

Watershed Meetings For Flood Victims will be held at the Little Road Government Center in the Board Room, 8731 Citizens Drive, New Port Richey from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m on the following dates:

Thursday, Aug. 27, Pinellas Anclote Watershed:  Pinellas Anclote Watershed includes many neighborhoods including: Anclote River Estates, Elfers Parkway, Veterans Village, Natures Hideaway…and others.

Tuesday, Sept. 1, Port Richey Watershed: Port Richey Watershed includes many neighborhoods including: Magnolia Valley, Suncoast Gateway, Holiday Hills…and others.

Thursday, Sept. 10, Double Hammock Watershed: Double Hammock Watershed encompasses, Timber Oaks, Jasmine Lakes, Gulf Highlands.

You can check with the County offices for further information. 727-847-2411.

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This information was shared with me by my friends at Holladay Insurance. 727-842-9555. Great people to work with. Thank you all.

They wanted me to also share with you that FEMA imposes a 30 day hold on Flood Insurance. That means it takes effect 30 days after you purchase it. Keep that in mind before the storms get here, we already have our 4th named tropical depression this year: Tropical Depression Danny. But these guys will give you the best advice so call them.

Toni Weidman
Sailwinds  Realty
To search Homes For Sale, click here.


Watershed Meetings For Flood Victims