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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — As a possible Hurricane Irma hit is looming, some South Florida residents may need sandbags to prep for flooding.
Miami-based Adonel Concrete is offering free sandbags starting Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at its Sweetwater plant located at  2101 N.W. 110 Avenue. The company has set aside a million pounds of sand per day for the public.
Individuals are asked to bring their own bags to fill the sand.
In Miami Beach, the city is passing out free sandbags to residents and are giving a limit of 10 bags per family. You can pick up your sandbags at 451 Dade Boulevard.
Concrete Ready Mix is giving away sand to people who may need it. The company is located at 7301 NW 47th Street in Miami. The sand will be available until it runs out.
In Deerfield Beach, the city will be giving residents sandbags on Wednesday, September 6th from 12pm – 6pm and Thursday, September 7thfrom 8am – 6pm or while supplies last. Residents can pick them them up at 200 Goolsby Boulevard.
So far, a few cities we contacted said they would know more information by Wednesday or Thursday.

Orlando

Sandbag Distribution Times

Thursday, September 7 from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.Friday,

September 8 from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

City of Orlando Streets and Stormwater Division
1010 Woods Avenue, Orlando, FL 32805

Coming from the West:  Take Orange Blossom Trail to Columbia Street.  Head east on Columbia until you get Woods, then take a left to head north on Woods Avenue.

Coming from the East:  Take South Westmoreland Drive to Columbia Street.  Head west on Columbia until you get Woods, then take a right to head north on Woods Avenue.

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Tom 210-727-9790

Miami Beach

The city of Miami Beach is distributing free sandbags to residents this week as Hurricane Irma threatens to affect South Florida.
Officials will be handing out sandbags at 451 Dade Blvd. Residents must show ID and can receive 10 bags per family.
The city will continue to distribute sandbags from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. until supplies are gone or inclement weather forces the distribution to stop.

Below is a list of areas where you can pick up sandbags in Santa Rosa County:

• Leisure Street in Holley by the sea

• Tiger Point Park in Gulf Breeze

• Pace Fire-rescue in Pace

• The corner of Pine Forest Road and Carroll Road in Milton

These locations are asking that you bring your own sandbags and shovel.