The Council and OUC have joined forces to install 30 new hyddration stations in public spaces around Orlando.

Hydration stations are simply public water fountains with an addition that allows users to fill their reusable water bottles more easily. The stations will help to reduce the number of plastic bottles that are discarded on a daily basis in Downtown Orlando.

OUC will cover 25 percent of the installation costs and the City will pay for the remainder.

Locations include:

  1. Airport Lakes Park
  2. Audubon Park
  3. Barker Park
  4. Bill Frederick Park
  5. Clear Lake Park
  6. Delaney Park
  7. Demetree Park
  8. Downtown Recreation Center
  9. Dr. James R. Smith Pool
  10. Englewood Park
  11. Gaston Edwards Park
  12. Gilbert McQueen Park
  13. Grand Avenue Park
  14. Lake Fairview Park
  15. Lake Ivanhoe Park
  16. Lake Underhill Park
  17. Loch Haven Park
  18. Lorna Doone Park
  19. Mayor Carl T. Langford Park
  20. Orlando Festival Park
  21. Orlando Tennis Center
  22. Reeves Terrace Recreation Site
  23. Southport Community Park
  24. Wadeview Park
  25. West Lake Underhill

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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  1. But they will keep them turned off for bums just like downtown’s already non-functioning stations. Now THAT grinds my gears.