Seminole County Home Page

  • Storm Preparedness

    Storm Preparedness

    The Office of Emergency Management encourages residents to sign up for emergency alerts, register special needs individuals, and find the most up-to-date storm information at

  • 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.

  • At Home in Seminole County

    At Home in Seminole County

    Seminole County offers residents many housing options from a high-rise in the city, a house in suburbs or a ranch in the country and everything in between.

  • Business Friendly Climate

    Business Friendly Climate

    Seminole County is ideal for starting, relocating or growing a business with resources like a skilled workforce, move-in ready locations and sites for ground-up development.

  • Activities Abound

    Activities Abound

    There are plenty of happenings in Seminole County to enjoy like cultural and heritage events, craft and art shows as well as parades and community festivals; often involving food and always involving fun. 

  • County Managers Annual Report

    County Managers Annual Report

    The 2014 County Manager’s Annual Report gives citizens a snapshot of the previous year’s most notable accomplishments.                                             

  • 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.                                          

  • Watch SGTV

    Watch SGTV

    Seminole County Government Television is available on Channel 498 for Brighthouse customers.                                                                            

  •  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.

  • SunRail Safety

    SunRail Safety

    With four SunRail stations located in Seminole County, it is important to understand that trains cannot stop quickly, but you can.                                                              

  • Bear Awareness

    Bear Awareness

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

  • Heroes Memorial

    Heroes Memorial

    The Heroes Memorial, located in front of the Courthouse on Bush Boulevard, honors fallen military and public safety service men and women.                   





Talk to Learn! Conversational English Class (ESOL) @ East Branch Library (Oviedo)

Talk to Learn! Conversational English Class (ESOL) at East Branch Library (Oviedo)


Color Me Calm @ West Branch Library (Longwood/Wekiva)

"Coloring" has a whole new audience


Emergency Management Team

Location: Seminole County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Time: 1:30pm to 2:30pm For more information call:Alan Harris 407-665-5017...


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

Questions about Medicare? We have help.


Memoir Writing @ East Branch Library (Oviedo)

Learn the ageless art of telling your own story in this memoir writing group.


Basic Bridge @ West Branch Library

The classic card the library

5 Oct

Request For Proposals - Community Services Block Grant Senior Services Mini Grant Program

A Mini Grant Program to address the needs of Seniors in Seminole County

3 Oct


"Seminole County Northwest Service Area- Markham Water Treatment Plant"

1 Oct


You could help with the next Heartworm treatment, or even help buy flea control

28 Sep

Not So Scary $10/$31 Pet Adoption Specials

For the entire month of October, Seminole County Animal Services is offering their adoptable dogs and cats for $10/$31. All cats and kittens are $10 to adopt and all dogs and puppies are $31 to adopt. Stop by Monday through Saturday 10 am to 4 pm and don't be scared to adopt a new pet!

22 Sep

50th Anniversary Adoption Event at PetCo Altamonte Springs

It's PetCo's 50th anniversary and we are helping them celebrate by having 2 days of dog and cat adoptions at their Altamonte Springs store. 375 E Altamonte Dr. Suite 1500 October 3rd and 4th from 10 am to 3 pm.

28 Jun

Before Placing Yard Waste At The Curbside, Know What's Expected

Before Placing Yard Waste At The Curbside, Know What's Expected...