To design, build, and maintain an infrastructure of the highest quality, managed by a Dedicated Professional Workforce in service to the community.
Throughout the entire spectrum of community support operations, whether it be routine or emergency, the DPW will be the first place citizens call for quality and expert engineering and public works services. Our level of professionalism and selfless service will be a model for all others to follow. The community will have developed a respect and trust in our abilities that will gain statewide and regional recognition. The Organization of Choice for the Seminole County Community Quality Engineering and Public Works Professionalism and Service Community Trust in our Stewardship
Our goal is to provide prompt & friendly service to our customers. To request traffic permits, or services to county maintained roads and drainage facilities.
Provides long-range planning, design and construction of Seminole County’s transportation infrastructure and Capital Improvement Projects.
Plans, designs, constructs, and maintains all traffic control devices (signs, signals, school flashers, roadway markings).
Provides maintenance and repair of sidewalks, curb, ditches, canals and retention ponds. Also provides herbiciding, mowing, concrete work, asphalt patching, street sweeping, tree trimming and shoulder repairs.
The Survey Section within the Roads-Stormwater Division provides survey support for engineering projects, maintenance activities and data collection for Public Works and other departments.
Capital Improvement Projects
Seminole County Mosquito Control is required to follow Florida State laws and regulations regarding control of mosquitoes.
You may request service by submitting an Online Service Request Form or by calling 407-665-ROAD (7623).
The file represents roads and streets within Seminole County's system of maintained jurisdictional roadways.
The Watershed Management Division is responsible for watershed monitoring, assessment and mosquito control throughout Seminole County.
GIS (Geographic Information Systems) layers maintained by Public Works include capital improvement projects, sidewalks and other pavement inventory, hydrology, drainage basins, lake gauges and sample sites, stormwater structures such as ponds, pipes, canals and structures, and traffic information such as street intersections, and signals.Learn More
There are currently no upcoming events for this department.