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  • Burn Ban

    Burn Ban

    Seminole County Fire Department and Seminole County Office of Emergency Management enacted a countywide Burn Ban in accordance with County Code, Section. 85.24.

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  • New Fertilizer Ordinance

    New Fertilizer Ordinance

    Seminole County recently adopted a new fertilizer ordinance aimed at keeping our waterways healthy. Read the details and find out more here.

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  • AT THE READY

    AT THE READY

    Read more about Seminole County's storm response, Zika preparedness and readiness to serve residents in 2016. The County Manager's Annual Report is now online.

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  • Mosquito Prevention

    Mosquito Prevention

    Lessen your chances of mosquitoes on your property by implementing preventative measures as outlined by Mosquito Control.

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  • LIBRARY NOW OPEN SEVEN DAYS PER WEEK

    LIBRARY NOW OPEN SEVEN DAYS PER WEEK

    Seminole County’s five Library Branches are now open seven days per week in an effort to provide better accessibility for residents. Read more.

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  • Backyard Chicken Pilot Program

    Backyard Chicken Pilot Program

    Recently, County Commissioners approved a program offering a limited number of permits allowing chickens on residential properties.

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  • Cone Zone Construction Updates

    Cone Zone Construction Updates

    Seminole County’s Cone Zone provides up-to-date information for construction and road maintenance projects in the County to help residents plan their commutes. Partner agency projects are also listed.

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  • I-4 Construction Travel Alternatives

    I-4 Construction Travel Alternatives

    Central Florida Expressway Authority offers local alternatives to Interstate 4 travel. Find useful roadways to help ease your commute.                                     

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  • Bear Awareness

    Bear Awareness

    Help prevent black bears in your neighborhood by participating in our Bear-Resistant Container program.                                                               

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  • Watch SGTV

    Watch SGTV

    Seminole County Government Television streams online, and airs on Brighthouse (channel 498), U-Verse (channel 99) and Prism (channel 48).

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  • Florida's Natural Choice

    Florida's Natural Choice

    It’s not just a slogan, but a way of life for residents and visitors alike. Seminole County is a natural jewel with woods, water and wildlife waiting to be discovered and enjoyed.

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NEWS / EVENTS / PRESS RELEASES


 
 

21Apr

Operation New Start opens Rapid Rehousing Program - Accepting applications on May 4, 2017

Operation New Start opens Rapid Re-housing program on May 4, 2017. This program provides short-term housing assistance to families living in a Seminole County hotel.

24Apr

English Conversation Class (ESOL) @ East Branch Library (Oviedo)

Come and practice your English.

24Apr

Need Help? @ Central Branch Library (Casselberry)

We can help you apply for benefits.

24Apr

Tech Trouble @ Northwest Branch Library (Lake Mary)

Drop-in for free computer assistance.

24Apr

One-on-One Medicare Help @ West Branch Library (Longwood/Wekiva)

Questions about Medicare? We have help.

24Apr

Florida Landscaping @ North Branch Library (Sanford)

Who has the best looking yard on the block? It could be you!

20 Apr

Immediate Needs Program – Protect the Health, Safety, and Welfare of Your Household

The County is currently accepting applications for this Program.

19 Apr

Seminole County Burn Ban remains in effect

Seminole County Burn Ban remains in effect

11 Apr

Telecommunicators Week 2017

Telecommunicators - Our First, First Responders

10 Apr

NOTICE – BLACK HAMMOCK WATER SERVICE AREA

CHLORINE FLUSH OF THE DRINKING WATER SYSTEM

30 Mar

SCFD Employee of the Month - February 2017

January 2017 Seminole County Fire Department Employee of the Month.

23 Mar

Public Notice-Proposed Substantial Amendments to the Seminole County Five Year Consolidated Plan/One-Year Action Plan (CDBG Program)

On Tuesday, April 25, 2017, the Seminole County Board of County Commissioners will consider amending two of its One-Year Action Plans. The Five-Year Consolidated Plan and its corresponding One-Year Action Plans govern the allocations and expenditures of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).