Florida residents and visitors to Winter Park should heed the Florida Winter Park Winter Travel Advisory for Winter 2018.
Winter Park’s Winter Park City Hall Winter Safety and Security Center issued the following Winter Safety & Security advisory to remind residents to consider taking extra precautions and keep themselves safe while traveling to and from Winter Park: Please remember that it is not uncommon for a winter storm to bring snow and ice to Florida.
It is also possible that a person may become separated from a loved one, car, boat, or other vehicle, or for that matter, even a tree.
The City Hall will update the public with more information as it becomes available.
Winter Park City Manager Steve Simeon said, “It is critical that you exercise caution in the winter.
While it may not seem like much, Winter Park is a city of many different cultures, cultures that are at risk for various diseases and hazards.”
Winter Park is the second-most-populated city in Florida, after Orlando.
More: Winter Park residents, visitors, businesses and the city as a whole are urged to stay safe during the winter months.
The Florida Department of Health and Human Services said that if you plan to travel to Winter Beach during the coming winter months, your best bet is to make sure that you take extra steps to protect yourself and your family during the colder months of the year.
In addition to the Winter Safety Advisory, the city of Winter Park issued a Winter Advisory for visitors and residents.
Winter Safety Advisories for Florida are issued every year by the state Department of Homeland Security.
The advisory is a reminder for the Florida public to keep their homes, vehicles, and pets secure during the coldest of months.
Winter Park, a resort town in the city-county of Orlando, is the home of the Winter Olympics, Winter Olympic Games, Winter Paralympic Games and the Winter Carnival.
Winter City Hall has issued a winter safety advisory for the resort community to assist with the safe use of the public transportation system.
As of Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2018, the City Hall said that all public transit and walkways have been reopened to allow all visitors and visitors of all ages to use Winter Park-owned facilities, including the Winter Gardens.
The Winter Safety advisory has also been issued to all non-essential businesses, as well as those that are expected to be open during the snowstorm.