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  • Active Shooter Training Course

    Active Shooter Training Course

    Join us for a community-wide Active Shooter Training on April 12, 2019 at the Wayne Dench Center in Sanford

  • 2019 Healthcare Summit

    2019 Healthcare Summit

    Seminole County's Office of Emergency Management invites all healthcare facility Administrators to attend the 2019 Healthcare Summit. Click "more" to find additional information.





Emergency Management Team

Monthly meeting with first response and support agency partners


Local Mitigation Strategy Meeting- 2nd Quarter

LMS Meeting for 2nd Quarter


Seminole HEART Workshop

Seminole County Long-Term Recovery Committee Meeting


Basic EOC / WebEOC Training

This course teaches the fundamentals of EOC operations and the use of WebEOC.


Active Shooter/All Hazards Emergency Planning Workshop

Emergency Management Planning Workshop for Faith-Based and Business Leaders.


NIMS/Disaster Roles Training

NIMS/Disaster Roles Training for New Employees

22 Mar


Seminole County Southeast Service Area-Southeast Regional Water Treatment Plant – PWS # 3590571

18 Mar

Public/Obligated Notice: Conflict of Interest

A Seminole County employee has requested services in the Community Assistance office. The County Attorney’s Office has been notified of the potential conflict and deemed this person is eligible for services based on County policy. This staff member has not in any way received any preferential treatment or had any involvement in processing this request for assistance nor does providing this assistance violate any local, state, or federal laws. This notice is being made public in accordance with the Seminole County Community Services Department Conflict of Interest Policy. Please feel free to contact Joan Jones, Case Manager Supervisor at 407-665-2368 should you have any questions.

11 Mar

Notice of Funding Availability and Solicitation of Proposals (City of Sanford)

On October 1, 2017, the City of Sanford received $401,643 for Program Year 2017/2018 in Federal funding from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) for activities that benefit low and moderate income persons/households. The City of Sanford has allocated $55,000 for Economic Development activities for Program Year 2017/2018.

10 Mar

Notice of Funding Availability and Solicitation of Proposals

On October 1, 2019, Seminole County expects to receive funding from the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for activities that primarily benefit low and moderate income families or persons. The County is now soliciting proposals to help meet the needs that are identified in the 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan.

18 Feb

Minor Home Repair Program – Protect the Health, Safety, and Welfare of Your Household

The County is currently accepting applications for this Program formerly known at the Immediate Needs Program.

14 Feb

Homeowner Rehabilitation Program Opens

We will begin accepting applications on Friday, February 15, 2019.