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16Apr

SHELTER FUNDAMENTALS TRAINING

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

16Apr

SHELTER MANAGER TRAINING

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

22Apr

BASIC EOC / WEBEOC TRAINING

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

28Apr

FL-600 Public Assistance (PA)

This 2 day course is a detailed overview of FEMA's Public Assistance (PA) Grants Program

4May

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.

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.

26 Mar

Yard Waste Collection Information

Due to the increased amount of yard waste placed at the curbside yesterday, Wednesday, 03/25/20, collection crews were not able to complete their routes in portions of Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Casselberry, Longwood, Fern Park and Winter Park. Please leave your yard waste curbside for collection. Your hauler will collect garbage as normally scheduled today, Thursday, March 26, 2020 and Friday, March 27, 2020. Once the garbage routes are complete, the crews will collect any yard waste that was not collected on Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Please remember that yard waste will only be collected from residents that subscribe to the weekly yard waste service and it must meet regulation. To confirm that you subscribe to yard waste collection you can visit My Resident Page

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.