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Orlando

The beautiful city of Orlando is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world.  Along with a large resident population, Orlando draws millions of tourists year round due to attractions such as Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World and other amusement parks.  The city is known for its warm and sunny weather as well as being home to the nation’s 9th busiest airport.

Florida Peninsula is proud to provide exceptional homeowner insurance coverage to homeowners in Orlando, Florida. We invite you to complete a Florida Peninsula home insurance quote form to hear more. Our insurance specialists can consult with you and give you the insurance choices and coverage levels tailored to meet your Orlando home insurance needs and budget. Our homeowners’ insurance policies cover:

Orlando windstorm insurance has become increasingly important to its residents due to the active hurricane seasons of the past years.

Orlando home liability insurance is included with a Florida Peninsula policy and limits may be increased up to $400,000 with the purchase of a Platinum package.

Flood Insurance coverage can be included to your Orlando homeowner’s insurance policy. Flood water damage can be a very expensive home repair and destroy the valuable contents of your home.  Federal law requires some locations that typically flood to have flood insurance, which isn't covered by most homeowner's policies. Contact a Florida Peninsula insurance professional for a quote on Orlando Florida flood insurance.

 • Other insurable Orlando home owner risks covered by Florida Peninsula Insurance Company include protection to screen enclosures, animal liability, and theft away from premises.

You can consult with a Florida Peninsula insurance professional to determine if you have adequate homeowners insurance to protect your Orlando home. Our home insurance policy quotes provide significant cost saving and/or provide an increase in policy coverage.

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Learn about Orlando Homeowners Flood Insurance

Congress created the National Flood Insurance Program in 1968 and requires owners of mortgaged property tin Special Flood Areas to carry flood insurance. FEMA produces Flood Insurance Rate Maps to determine these Special Flood Hazard Areas. A floodplain is the part of the land where water collects, pools, and flows during the course of natural events. Such areas are classified as Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHA), and are located in a 100-year flood zone. 

Base Flood Elevation is the computed elevation to which floodwater is anticipated to rise during the base flood. Base Flood Elevations (BFEs) are shown on Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) and on the flood profiles. The BFE is the regulatory requirement for the elevation or flood proofing of structures. The relationship between the BFE and a structure's elevation determines the flood insurance premium.

Orlando FL Flood Insurance Map:   

The Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) detailed Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM) reflects the current flood risks for Orlando and Orange County.
Not only is flooding one of the most common and costly disasters, flood risk can also change over time because of new building and development, weather patterns and other factors.
 
Visit interactive Flood Map for Orlando and Orange County Florida:  https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=fabecb1dc07c4058824dff34db9fcf3f

Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA Website: https://www.fema.gov/

 

IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION

Police Department

Non-Emergency Complaint Desk: (321) 235-5300

Information Desk: (407) 246-2470

Orlando Police Department Headquarters
100 South Hughey Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 246-2470

Southeast Community Police Office (SECPO)
6207 Pershing Ave.
Orlando, FL 32822

Northwest Community Police Office
4801 Silver Star Rd.
Orlando, FL 32808
(407) 219-5570

Lake Nona Community Police Office
10727 Narcoossee Rd.
Orlando, FL 32832
(407) 219-5560

Northeast Community Police Office
595 N. Primrose Dr.
Orlando, FL 32803
(407) 246-4010

International Drive Team Office
6731 S. Kirkman Rd.
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 246-3727

Southwest Community Police Office
6440 Raleigh St.
Orlando, FL

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Fire Department

Non-Emergency Complaint Desk: (321) 235-5300

Information Desk: (407) 246-2470

Orlando Police Department Headquarters
100 South Hughey Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801
(407) 246-2470

Southeast Community Police Office (SECPO)
6207 Pershing Ave.
Orlando, FL 32822

Northwest Community Police Office
4801 Silver Star Rd.
Orlando, FL 32808
(407) 219-5570

Lake Nona Community Police Office
10727 Narcoossee Rd
Orlando, FL 32832
(407) 219-5560

Northeast Community Police Office
595 N. Primrose Dr.
Orlando, FL 32803
(407) 246-4010

International Drive Team Office
6731 S. Kirkman Rd.
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 246-3727

Southwest Community Police Office
6440 Raleigh St.
Orlando, FL

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Hospitals

Buena Vista Urgent Care
8216 World Center Dr.
Orlando, FL 32821
(407) 792-2394

Arnold Palmer Hospital
92 W Miller St.
Orlando, FL
(407) 649-9111

Winnie Palmer Hospital
83 W Miller St.
Orlando, FL
(321) 843-9792

Florida Hospital
601 East Rollins St.
Orlando, FL 32803
(407) 303–6611

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Poison Control

Florida's Poison Control Centers
Hotline: 1 800 222-1222

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Emergency Shelters

GENERAL POPULATION EMERGENCY SHELTERS: 

Orange County opens general population shelters for Central Floridians who have been evacuated from their homes, for those who live in low-lying areas, and for others seeking shelter from the storm. Shelters are alcohol, drug and weapon free. Individuals should come prepared with supplies.

 

Visit the Orlando / Orange County Florida shelter website for updates.

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Recreation Centers

The Recreation Division offers the citizens of Orlando quality recreational, fitness, cultural, and educational facilities and programs.  The goal of the division is to meet the recreational interests and needs of the growing community, while providing high quality service.

Recreation Division main line: 407.246.4300.
595 N. Primrose Drive
Orlando, FL 32803

Beardall Senior Center

800 South Delaney Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
407.246.4440

Year Round Adult Fitness
College Park Pool – 2411 Elizabeth Ave. 32804
Dover Shores Pool – 1400 Gaston Foster Rd. 32812
James R. Smith Pool – 1745 Bruton Blvd. 32805
Wadeview Pool – 2177 S. Summerlin Ave. 32806

Seasonal Pools – June 2017 – Thru – Labor Day
Englewood Pool – 6123 La Costa Dr. 32807
John Long Pool – 1218 N. Fern Creek Ave. 32803
Northwest Pool – 3955 W.D. Judge Dr. 32808
Rosemont Pool – 4648 Rose Bay Dr. 32808
Turkey Lake Pool – 3401 S. Hiawassee Rd. 32835
Hankins Park Pool – 1340 Lake Park Ct. 32805
Jackson Pool – 1019 America St. 32805

After School Programs
School Vacation Days Camp
Summer Camp Program

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Parks and Recreation

Orlando Parks & Recreation

Downtown Orlando City Hall
400 Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 246-3707

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Chamber of Commerce

Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce 

301 E Pine St Suite 900 
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 425-1234

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City Government

Deed Restrictions and Covenants Documents
(407) 836-5115

Utility Payment Assistance
2-1-1 or (407) 839-4357

 

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Social Services Agencies

Community Arts & Culture Events
Red Chair Project: (407) 872-2382

Human & Social Services 2-1-1 or (407) 839-4357

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