Updated: Sandbag Locations for Hurricane Irma

The following list of locations will be updated as more become available.

Alachua County :
ALACHUA: 15001 NW 140TH ST
ARCHER: Fire Department, 17128 SW Archer Road
CROSS CREEK: Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Park, 18800 S CR 325
GAINESVILLE: Public Works Department, 405 NW 39th AVE
HAGUE: Hague Wayside Park, 11855 NW US 441
HAWTHORNE: Sewage Treatment Plant, 23016 SE 65th LN
HIGH SPRINGS: Memorial Park, 17380 NW US HWY 441
NEWBERRY: Public Works Compound, 120 NW 260th ST
WALDO: Water Tower, 4750 Week Street
WINDSOR: Fire Department, 1401 SE CR 234

Gainesville- 405 NW 39th Ave. up to 10 bags of sand per vehicle. Pickups can begin Wednesday September, 6th at 9 a.m.

Marion County - The City of Ocala is also opening sandbag locations for their residents. At all of the locations, sand, bags and shovels will be provided free of charge, but they are self-serve. The limit is 10 sandbags per resident. Here are the locations:
MCSO District Offices:
North Multi District Office - 8311 N Hwy 441 Ocala, FL 34479
South Multi District Office - 3260 SE 80th Street Ocala, Fl 34480
Forest District Office - 1600 E. Hwy 40 Silver Springs FL, 34488
Dunnellon District Office - 19995 SW 86th St. Unit 3 Dunnellon, FL 34433

City of Ocala:
Sandbag Station 1: Along Watula Avenue in Tuscawilla Park behind the Reilly Arts Center
Sandbag Station 2: At the corner of State Road 40 and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., just east of the Hampton Center.
– In preparation for Hurricane Irma, the City of Ocala will extend its sandbag
station operations through Saturday, Sept. 9. These self-serve sandbag stations will be open from 8 a.m.
until dark daily.

Bradford County- Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire Department
21412 NW SR 16, Starke
STARTING WEDNESDAY, SEPT 6 UNTIL SUPPLIES LAST
HOURS OF OPERATION: 24/7 STARTING AT 10:00 AM*
* This station is self-service. Shovels will be available to bag your own.

City of Starke Purchasing Yard
601 N Orange Street, Starke
STARTING THURSDAY, SEPT 7 UNTIL SUPPLIES LAST
HOURS OF OPERATION: DAILY 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Lawtey City Hall
2793 Lake Street, Lawtey
STARTING THURSDAY, SEPT 7 UNTIL SUPPLIES LAST
HOURS OF OPERATION: DAILY NOON – 5:00 PM
40 bag limit per vehicle

Sampson City Volunteer Fire Department
13641 SWCR227, Starke
Opens Wenesday, Sept. 6 until supplies run out
Open 24/7
Self-service station. Shovels wil be available to bag your own
*20 bag limit per vehicle

Levy County-
Chiefland City Barn - 920 SE 4th Street, Chiefland
Bronson Town Hall - 650 Oak Street, Bronson
Old Inglis Police Station - 26 Highway 40 W, Inglis
Yankeetown Water Plant - Off Hwy 40 in Yankeetown
Rosewood Fire Station - 9990 SW 63rd Lane, Rosewood
Cedar Key Community Center - 809 6th St, Cedar Key
Empty lot on SW Main Street across from the Williston Police Department
Gulf Hammock Fire Station - 2853 SE County Road 326
The stations will be self-serve and you will need to bring your own shovel.
email your questions at questions@levydisaster.com.

Union County- The Union County road department will be providing sandbags for Union County residents at 9 a.m. Thursday the 7th.

Clay County- Middleburg Fire station ( 4003 Everett Ave.)
Fleming Island Fire Station (5995 Pine Ave.)
Orange park Fire Station (2025 Smith St.)
Green Cove Springs Public Works yard ( 900 Gum St.)
Keystone Heights City Hall (555 South Lawerence Blvd.)

Columbia County: Columbia County will distribute sandbags Friday, September 8 – Sunday, September 10, 8:00 a.m. –
5:00 p.m. each day at three locations:
- Columbia County Public Works, 607 NW Quinten St, Lake City, FL 32055 (Elderly Assistance at this
location only)
- Columbia County Fairgrounds, 438 FL-247, Lake City, FL 32055
- Ft. White Community Center, 17579 FL-47, Fort White, FL 32038

Gilchrist County: Shelters are set to open on Saturday, locations have not been released yet

We will continue to provide updates as they become available.