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  • Census

    Census

    Countdown to the 2020 Census has begun! Plans are underway for awareness, education, and outreach efforts leading up to the 2020 Census to support a complete and accurate population count.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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NEWS / EVENTS / PRESS RELEASES


 
 

26Aug

Rabies vaccines and microchipping for $10 each

Rabies vaccines and microchipping available at the shelter Monday- Wednesday - Friday 3pm-4pm for only $10 each service!

28Aug

NIMS/Disaster Roles Training

NIMS/Disaster Roles Training for New Employees

2Sep

Collection September 02, 2019 – Labor Day

Garbage and recycling will be collected as regularly scheduled on Monday, September 2nd. 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.

2Sep

Solid Waste Management Facilities Open

2Sep

Rabies vaccines and microchipping for $10 each

Rabies vaccines and microchipping available at the shelter Monday- Wednesday - Friday 3pm-4pm for only $10 each service!

3Sep

Get Your Grove On! – Fruit Gardening in Florida

Learn all about what you can grow in your backyard and the basics of fruit gardening in Florida.

15 Aug

Public Notice: Annual Performance Report

The State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Program Annual Performance Report is available for public review. Written comments will be accepted. Please see the attached for further information and deadlines.

7 Aug

Collection September 02, 2019 – Labor Day

Garbage and recycling will be collected as regularly scheduled on Monday, September 2nd. 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.

7 Aug

Solid Waste Management Facilities Open Labor Day

The Central Transfer Station and Seminole County Landfill will be open normal operating hours for the Holiday on Monday, September 02, 2019. Central Transfer Station 1950 State Road 419 Longwood, Fl 32750 Monday-Saturday 7:30am to 5:30pm Seminole County Landfill 1930 E. Osceola Road Geneva, Fl 32732 Open 7 Days a Week 7:30am to 5:30pm Solid Waste Customer Service Helpline 407-665-2260 Email: swcustomerservice@seminolecountyfl.gov

16 Apr

Solid Waste Facility Rules

Clieck Below for a list of facility rules for the Central Transfer Station in Longwood and Seminole County Landfill in Geneva.

5 Apr

The Dental Program will be closed effective Monday, April 8, 2019.

Our dental program will be closed effective April 8, 2019 due to its funding being exhausted. This information will be updated on our website and will be relayed during our regular in-house orientation sessions held on Mondays and Wednesdays. We are excited that ALL funds were expended this year and a needed service was provided to our Seminole County residents.