Operation Stormwatch Orlando

Operation Stormwatch Orlando

Updated hurricane preparedness and emergency information for Orlando and Central Florida


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News & Weather Websites


With possibly of a hurricane impacting Florida, the State Emergency Operations Center may activate the Florida Emergency Information Line (FEIL) to assist residents with storm-related questions. This toll free line will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.. The number is 1-800-342-3557.


Fox 35
News Channel 2

WKMG Channel 6
WFTV Channel 9
The Weather Channel
NOAA - National Hurricane Center
Interactive Weather Information Network
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Emergency Management Numbers


Orange County: 407-836-9140
Citizen Info Line: 407-836-3111 
Brevard: 321-637-6670 
Lake: 352-343-9420 
Osceola: 407-343-7000 
Seminole: 407-665-5121 
Volusia: 386-254-1500 
Florida Dept of Transportation: 850-414-4595


  • Florida Power & Light (FPL)
  • Duke Energy
  • Kissimmee Utility Authority
    (407) 933-7777
  • Orlando Utilities (OUC)
  • Sprint United Telephone
    611 or 1-800-788-3600
  • Peoples Gas
  • Florida Water Services
  • Comcast
    (352) 787-7875
  • Spectrum
    Orange, Seminole (407) 291-2500 
    Sanford (407) 645-4701 
    Kissimmee, St. Cloud (407) 291-2500 
    Lake (352)-394-5541 
    West Volusia (386)775-7300 
    Brevard (321) 254-3300 
    Ormond Beach, Holly Hill (386)677-1232 
    Titusville (321) 631-3707 
    New Smyrna Beach (386) 775-4444 
    Flagler (386) 439- 3715 
    Marion, Sumter (352)-245-2408 
    Polk (863) 965-7766

If you are stranded

If you are unable to evacuate before the hurricane hits, stay inside. Don't be fooled by the eye of the hurricane and its temporary period of calm weather conditions. The length of time within the eye varies from several minutes to a couple of hours, depending on the size of the storm. Remember, the larger and more intense the hurricane, the larger the eye. Stay away from windows and glass doors. You could be struck by flying debris. Continue to listen to your radio for hurricane updates and emergency information.

Hurricane Basics

What to do before, during and after a hurricane: