As Hurricane Dorian continues to move away from Osceola County, all evacuation orders have been rescinded.
Emergency Management officials have been working with management at Good Samaritan Village since Tuesday for the return of staff and residents after a mandatory evacuation order was issued Sunday.
There have been no reports of major damage or flooding -- and no power outages.
The county continues to monitor the level of Shingle Creek, and to coordinate with its partners. Shingle Creek currently is not a threat. However, residents should continue to monitor conditions in coming days.
The EOC is at Level 2 (partial) activation through 7 p.m.
Offices of Osceola County Government, the city of St. Cloud, the city of Kissimmee will remain closed today, Sept. 4, but will resume normal hours beginning Thursday.
As of 10 a.m., Osceola County closed its general population shelters throughout the county in order to insure the opening of schools on Thursday. Emergency Management is working in coordination with the Department of Health and the Council on Aging to close the special needs shelter at the Osceola Council on Aging – and to return those residents to their homes or facilities from which they came.
There will be no curbside collection service today in the cities of St. Cloud and Kissimmee – or in the County.
Osceola County: Unincorporated County recycling pickups will resume as scheduled beginning on Thursday, and make-up collections for garbage are as follows:
Missed Tuesday pickups will be made on Thursday, Sept. 5
Thursday pickups will be made on Friday, Sept. 6
Friday pickups will be made on Saturday, Sept. 7
For the city of Kissimmee:
Monday (Sept. 2) Collection – now collected on Thursday (Sept. 5)
Tuesday (Sept. 3) Collection – now collected on Friday (Sept. 6)
For the city of St. Cloud:
Tuesday (Sept. 3) trash pickup will be picked up on Thursday (Sept. 5).
Thursday (Sept. 5) recycling pickup will be rescheduled on a later date.
Friday (Sept. 6) recycling pickup will be picked up on Friday as normal.
No brush debris will be picked up for the remainder of the week.