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NEWS / EVENTS / PRESS RELEASES


 
 

24Jun

G-2300 Intermediate Emergency Operations Center Functions

G-2300 is a three day course with the goal of assisting in development or improvement of Emergency Operations Center planning and functions.

6Jul

Emergency Management Team Meeting

The Emergency Management Team includes all municipalities, and lead departments/agencies responsible for preparing, responding, and recovering from disasters. Team Members Only.

23Jul

SHELTER FUNDAMENTALS TRAINING

Training for individuals to support shelter operations during times of emergency.

23Jul

SHELTER MANAGER TRAINING

Training for individuals in shelter management operations during times of emergency.

3Aug

Emergency Management Team Meeting

The Emergency Management Team includes all municipalities, and lead departments/agencies responsible for preparing, responding, and recovering from disasters. Team Members Only.

5Aug

NIMS/DISASTER ROLES TRAINING

NIMS/Disaster Roles Training for New Employees

22 May

Burn Ban Effective Immediately

Seminole County Burn Ban effective Immediately

22 May

Memorial Day - Garbage & Recycling Collection

Garbage and recycling will be collected as regularly scheduled on Monday, May 25, 2020. Please have all materials at the curb no later than 6am to ensure collection. The Central Transfer Station and County Landfill will also be open normal business hours. However, all administrative offices will be closed in observance of the holiday.

22 May

Solid Waste Management Facilities Open Monday, May 25, 2020

The Central Transfer Station and Seminole County Landfill will be open normal operating hours for the Holiday on Monday, May 25, 2020

25 Mar

TEMPORARY RECYCLING PROCEDURAL CHANGE

Seminole County residents should sort recyclables before placing curbside. Seminole County Solid Waste generally offers curbside sorting, but for the safety of collection crews, asks customers to self-sort.

27 Feb

Solid Waste Now Accepting Credit / Debit Cards

The Seminole County Solid Waste Management Division is now accepting credit / debit cards as a form of payment, in addition to cash or check with a valid driver's license for waste disposal.