State Assistance Information Hotline – 1-800-342-3557

Current Evacuation Orders – Florida Department of Emergency Management

Report Price Gouging – 1-866-9NO-SCAM

Nursing Homes with Generators




Brevard County – (321) 637-6670

Lake County – (352) 343-9420

Marion County – (352) 369-8100

Orange County – (407) 836-9140

City of Orlando – Sign up for Critical Alerts

City of Orlando – Report Power Outages

Osceola County – (407) 742-9000

Polk County – (863) 298-7000

Seminole County – (407) 665-5102

Sumter County – (352) 689-4400

Volusia County – (386) 254-1500


My Sisters and Brothers in Christ, as we prepare for the coming of Hurricane Dorian, I pray with you for the care and safety of each other. I thank you for your outreach to those who are in situations of vulnerability.

Please follow the instructions from emergency operations officials and law enforcement regarding traveling. Should emergency operation officials declare it is unsafe to be outside, the requirement to participate in the celebration of Sunday Mass will be dispensed.



Mass times are subject to change due to Hurricane Dorian. Please visit your parish website or call the parish for the latest updates.







As Hurricane Dorian approaches, here is what Orlando Catholic School families need to know:
1. If public schools close due to the impending storm, then Orlando Catholic School must close.
2. Because our schools operate under different circumstances than public schools, such as our schools are not used as public shelters during the storms, individual schools may begin reopening once the roads, school and campus are deemed safe for the community to return. This decision is made at the discretion of the principal and pastor. Please follow your school’s communications on reopening.



Sandbag Locations
Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard, Polk, Volusia and Lake

Shelter Locations
Lake, Sumter, Seminole and Osceola






Florida Emergency Preparedness Guide
Prepare, Plan, Stay Informed. Emergency guide provided by the Florida Department of Health







Learn about who is most at risk for emotional distress from hurricanes and tropical storms and where to find disaster-related resources. Read more…

Warning Signs For Emotional Distress

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Disaster App

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) App