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Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Debris Removal Information

The City's debris removal contractor has mobilized their equipment and is continuing their first pass of heavy vegetative debris removal in Zone 1. Progress remains slow, but steady in this area due to the amount of old growth vegetation.

To augment the overall clearing process, City of Oviedo Public Works and Recreation & Parks crews will begin pickup of the debris in Zone 4. Residents in Riverside, Live Oak Reserve, and The Sanctuary should expect to see crews in the area in the coming days.

As the contractor winds up work on Zone 1, which was the hardest hit, the City's debris contractor will begin work removing heavy vegetative debris in remaining Zones 2, 3, and 5.

It is most important to remember that there will be multiple passes for all streets, and there may be small debris leftover that will be collected on subsequent passes, as well as any missed large debris.

Fencing and construction material will be collected during successive passes, as it cannot be co-mingled with vegetation for disposal.

The debris removal process is quite an undertaking and could take weeks up to one month.

Thank you for your patience.

Please review the City's Debris Removal Guidelines.

Solid Waste Update

Republic Services, Oviedo's regular household waste, recycling, bulk, and yard trash carrier, will continue their service alongside the heavy debris contractor.  All bulk and household routes are caught up from storm delays.  However, normal bagged, bundled, or containerized yard waste routes are behind schedule. To combat this, Republic Services will be running three (3) times the normal crews to catch up.

Republic is currently completing Wednesday's yard trash route on Saturday, September 23, 2017. 

 

Citizen Debris Drop off Information 

The City of Oviedo has opened a residential debris drop-off site at the Evans Street Public Works Complex. Hours of operation are 8am to 4pm daily (including Saturday and Sunday) until otherwise notified. 

This drop-off location is for individuals who reside within city limits of Oviedo, and residents will have to show identification prior to dropping debris. The nearest County drop-offs for unincorporated Oviedo residents are 4350 Bedford Road, Sanford, FL 32773 and 3540 Dike Road Winter Park, FL 32792. 

The site will only accept vegetative debris, and residents are expected to unload their own debris and should bring all appropriate gear with them. 

Sandbag Disposal

Oviedo Residents: Through Sunday, October 1st, unwanted sandbags can be dropped off at 1750 Evans Street within the provided roll-off container.  The roll-off container will be removed on Monday, October 2nd.

Important Utility Information 

To aid Oviedo families in the recovery from Hurricane Irma, the City has suspended utility non-payment cutoffs through September 20, 2017. In addition, the $30.00 disconnection processing fee will also be waived.  

Non-payment cutoffs for accounts 40+ days overdue will resume on September 28, 2017.  

Residents are asked to bring all past due accounts to current status prior to 5:00PM Wednesday, September 27, 2017.   

We hope this will aid our citizens in getting back to normal during this difficult time.

Building Permits

To facilitate the reconstruction of fences, roofs and screen enclosures in the City due to the passage of hurricane Irma, the City will be waiving building permit fees for fence, roof and screen enclosures for a period of one month starting September 13, 2017. Residents are still required to pull a building permit with Building Services Division.

Resources

Park Amenity Closures

  • Center Lake Park Paddle Boats (maintenance)
  • Riverside Tennis Courts (resurfacing)
  • Round Lake Park Boardwalk 

 

Calendar of Events

ACCESS the September event calendar.

For additional information, please call (407) 971-5590.

Long Lake Park Playground Update

Long Lake Park is gettting a brand new playground!  The current playground has been removed, and the new, replacement playground has been ordered.  Please pardon our dust as this facility is improved for your enjoyment.

Roadway Bulletins - What's happening around Oviedo

Periodically road work takes place around the City, to find out the latest on what's happening on the roadways of Oviedo, click below:

 

Important Roadway Bulletins and Alerts