From the City Manager

Update #4

May 18, 2020

Dear Oviedo Neighbors,

As you no doubt have been made aware, our City, State, and Nation have begun the process of re-engaging and re-opening. During this transitional period, our Elected Leaders, Health Officials, and Emergency Managers have much to contemplate. The desire to fully open businesses, places of assembly, and public spaces must be balanced with the prerequisite that we continue to practice measures to protect the health and safety of the general public and those serving them. Many factors are determining the process by which our City will re-engage and re-open as well. As has been the case since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, all seven municipalities in Seminole County are continuing to work in concert with the County’s Emergency Management Office and the Florida Department of Health. Our goal is to ensure that the re-opening process will be in accordance with the Governor’s and President’s plans for reopening the State and the nation.

On April 29th, Governor Ron DeSantis implemented the State’s Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida’s Recovery. The strategy set forth a path to re-opening Florida by promoting business operation and economic recovery while maintaining the focus on core safety principals. Executive Order 20-112 began implementation of phase one (1) of the plan on May 4, 2020, by affirming the following:

  • Calls on all persons in Florida to continue to limit their personal interactions outside the home. If an individual does conduct personal activities outside the home, they should continue to follow safety guidelines as issued by the CDC and OSHA.
  • Recommends that all persons in Florida avoid congregating in large groups or gather in groups of ten, where appropriate distancing can occur, avoid nonessential travel, and adhere to guidelines from the CDC regarding isolation for 14 days following travel to an area with a significant presence of COVID-19.
  • Extends the screening and isolation protocols for those traveling from COVID-19 hot spots.
  • Continues the closure of bars, pubs, nightclubs, gyms, and fitness centers, as well as the prohibitions on visitation to nursing homes and the rental of vacation homes.
  • Allows healthcare practitioners to resume inpatient and outpatient elective procedures. 
  • Re-opens retail businesses with a limit of 25% building occupancy, and allows restaurants to allow indoor dining at 25% capacity and permits outdoor dining, providing six (6) foot social distancing requirements are met.

On May 4, 2020, Seminole County issued Executive Order 2020-017, Social Distancing for Re-Opening. The order is in addition to the Governor’s. It allows businesses and places of assembly to open in the County with the following conditions:

  • All employees and patrons must practice social distancing by staying at least six (6) feet apart.
  • For businesses which require employee and patrons to be within six (6) feet, both employee and patron must wear a face mask/covering; unless the customer wearing the mask would impede the service, in which case the service provider would need to wear a face mask/covering.
  • Group meetings and/or training sizes must be limited to allow appropriate social distancing.
  • Limit occupancy to 25% of the maximum allowable capacity under the fire code for all businesses and places of assembly, for non-residential, non-medical, and non-lodging uses.
  • Checkout points and staging areas, including storefronts, must be monitored for social distancing requirements utilizing floor markings or similar actions to maintain six (6) feet distance between clients.

As has been the case for the past three months, we live in an ever-changing environment. On Friday, May 16, 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that the State was progressing into Full Phase 1.  The measures listed above that instituted on May 4, 2020 were the Initial Phase 1. The Governor followed this announcement with the execution of Executive Order 2020-123, which changes Executive Order 2020-112 as follows:

  • Re-opens retail businesses with a limit of 50% of building occupancy and adherence with the safety guidelines issued by the CDC and OSHA.
  • Re-opens restaurants to allow indoor dining at 50% of building capacity, excluding employees.  The requirement of six (6) foot spacing between parties is superseded to the extent appropriate partitioning is in place. Bar counters are to remain closed to seating and outdoor dining remains available providing six (6) foot social distancing requirements are met.
  • Museums and libraries may operate up to 50% of building capacity, provided that local public museums and libraries may operate only if permitted by local government.
  • Gyms and fitness centers may operate up to fifty 50% percent of their building occupancy so long as they adopt safety measures including appropriate social distancing for classes and sufficient cleaning supplies to ensure, at a minimum, patrons’ individual self-cleaning of surfaces and machines using sanitation wipes following each use. The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR) will post and update best practices on its website.
  • Professional sports may operate in the State and venues may host training, competitions, events and games. This provision shall preempt any local rule prohibiting a professional sports team conducting, or the operations of the venue from hosting, those sports activities at facilities in the State.
  • Amusement parks may submit a re-opening plan to the State that includes a proposed date for resumption of operations and proposed guidelines to ensure guest and staff safety. Requests to re-open must include an endorsement letter from the County Mayor or in absence of a county mayor from the City Mayor and County Administrator. This request shall identify a future date certain for re-opening and verify that the official has approved a re-open plan to ensure patron and staff safety.
  • Counties may seek approval to operate vacation rentals with a written request from the County Administrator and the County’s safety plan for vacation rental operations submitted to the DBPR Secretary. DBPR will post and update guidance on its website.

The County subsequently issued Executive Order 2020-020 which requires the following:

  • All employees and patrons must practice social distancing by staying at least six (6) feet apart.
  • For businesses which require employee and patrons to be within six (6) feet, both employee and patron must wear a face mask/covering; unless the customer wearing the mask would impede the service, in which case the service provider would need to wear a face mask/covering.
  • Group meetings and/or training sizes must be limited to allow appropriate social distancing.
  • Limit occupancy to 50% of the maximum allowable capacity under the fire code for all businesses and places of assembly, for non-residential, non-medical, and non-lodging uses.
  • Checkout points and staging areas, including storefronts, must be monitored for social distancing requirements utilizing floor markings or similar actions to maintain six (6) feet distance between clients.

As our State and County embark on the path to re-open and set the framework on how we may best do it safely, our City will follow a similar pattern of phased openings. Each recreation facility, program, activity, and administrative building has been evaluated. City staff has developed rules and practices to protect those who utilize these facilities and the City staff serving at the facilities. The same CDC recommendations that aide in safeguarding businesses and patrons are being applied to City programs, operations, and facilities. Sometimes, these safeguards create logistical difficulties that are not easily overcome. Rest assured, the City staff has risen to the challenge and will do everything in their ability to help protect our citizens.

As operational issues are addressed and safety protocols are implemented, the City will commence with opening the following recreational facilities as part of Oviedo’s first phase.

Boston Hill Park
-Youth baseball field and outdoor restrooms remain open.

Center Lake Park
-Outdoor restrooms, Amphitheatre lawn, Veterans Tribute, and family lawn remain open.
-Cantina opens June 1, 2020.

Long Lake Park
-Outdoor restrooms and walking trail remain open.

Riverside Park
-The Multi-purpose field remains open.
-Pool Lap Swimming opens by reservation only May 18, 2020.
-Call 407-971-5567 to book your lane reservation now.
-Skate Park opens May 26, 2020.
-Tennis Courts open May 26, 2020.

Gym and Aquatic Facility
-Olympic pool opens for swim team use May 18, 2020.

Riverwoods Park
-Completely open.

Round Lake Park
-Multi-purpose field, north tennis courts, north pickleball courts, outdoor restrooms, pier, and boardwalk remain open.
-Southern tennis/pickleball courts open June 8, 2020.

Shane Kelly Park
-Bark Park, outdoor bathrooms, and walking trails open May 26, 2020.
-Lower multi-purpose field re-opens with completion of maintenance.

Sweetwater Park
-Tennis courts, boardwalk, and outdoor bathrooms remain open.

Please keep in mind, there may be safeguards in place to ensure social distancing where necessary at any of the re-opened facilities. All other recreation facilities which are currently closed will remain so until the beginning of the next phase of openings.

Phase 1 Closed Recreation & Parks Facilities:
-Oviedo Sports Complex and Friendship Park complete closure.
-All indoor facilities, outdoor basketball courts, and playgrounds.
-Center Lake Dog Park, Splash Pad, and Marina.
-Boston Hill Park Horseshoe Pits.
-Gymnasium and Aquatic Facility Splash Zone and Trailhead.
-Riverside Park Racquetball Courts.
-Shane Kelly Park Upper Soccer Fields and Concession Stand.

As the health and safety of our youth are paramount, and social distancing cannot be guaranteed, the City regrets that the 2020 Summer Camps are canceled. Additionally, the City has canceled the annual Arbor Day Tree Giveaway and the 4th of July Celebration. Such decisions were not quickly rendered. The City Staff pursued every possible option that could conform to the social distancing and gathering restrictions. In the end, the logistical challenges were just too great.  However, City Staff is already planning for when social gathering and events can resume. 

City Hall, the City Hall Annex, and other administrative facilities will open to the public by appointment only, and staff and visitors will be required to wear masks. Additionally, certain City staff will continue working from home. Various departments will remain on a four (4) day, ten (10) hour work week with alternating schedules. Social distancing precautions will continue to apply. During this time, City Facilities and Maintenance staff will be outfitting areas of person-to-person contact with preventative safety barriers and continuing enhanced cleaning protocols. Even as these precautionary measures are taking place, we ask that citizens keep paying utility bills online, by phone, or utilizing the drop box (no cash please) in front of City Hall.

Please remember that all facilities will not return to normal in an instant and continued patience is crucial. The relaxing of restrictions hopefully will not result in a spike in cases. As our leaders determine it is suitable to continue to the next phase of re-opening, the City will progress with more openings.

For at your fingertip updates regarding the latest information, text COVID19INFO to 888777 to opt into Seminole County’s text alert system. You can also visit the following websites for more information:

Our Mayor, Deputy Mayor, and City Council Members could not be more pleased with how our citizens have responded in this challenging time. Once again, we ask you to be mindful of others and show patience. Many of our friends, neighbors, and relatives have been adversely affected by this crisis. Some are hurting physically, mentally, and emotionally, not only due to the health risks associated with the COVID-19 virus, but also the crippling toll it has taken on our economy. Now more than ever, we must show compassion and understanding for others. Thank you for showing why Oviedo is such a great place to call home!   

Sincerely,
The City of Oviedo

Bryan Cobb,
City Manager

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Update #3

April 10, 2020

Dear Oviedo Neighbors,

As we all search of ways to reinvent life under the shared circumstance induced by COVID-19, we all find ourselves changing our behavior to slow the spread of the virus. We have gained a new level of respect for our teachers as we try to assist our children with distance learning, especially when we learned it using a different method. Families are reacquainting themselves with card games, board games, and puzzles in addition to binging Neflix, Amazon Prime, and other streaming services.  

In the past days and weeks, the City, County, State, and Federal authorities have made several changes to help slow the spread of the virus. In hopes of safeguarding the City’s workforce, the City has implemented a work from home program, altered shift rotations, and closed City Hall and other buildings to walk-in visitors. However, City Staff is available to assist customers by phone or email. Beginning April 20, 2020, most of the City will convert to a ten (10) hours per day, four (4) days per week, Monday through Thursday work schedule. This will allow for enhanced cleaning and less overall person-to-person interaction, thereby reducing chances of exposure. Police, Fire, and parts of Public Works and Recreation and Parks will not be able to convert to the new schedule in order to maintain current operations. The City’s operations will continue unimpeded during this time, and no essential services will be altered. We will keep monitoring the latest on COVID-19 and adjust our operations as needed. 

Several Executive Orders have been signed recently, which have significantly affected Oviedo residents. Seminole County Office of Emergency Management issued the first, requiring social distancing and adherence to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. It limits gatherings to ten (10) people or less, requires social distancing of at least six (6) feet, limits building capacity to 30% capacity under the fire code, and requires social distancing at checkout points in stores. The County Order is relatively strict and states violators may be subject to a fine. It is enforceable by both County and Oviedo law enforcement and code enforcement. 

Secondly, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has issued a Safer at Home Executive Order, which runs until April 30, 2020. The order states that senior citizens and those with specific health conditions shall remain at home and take measures to limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19. It also places limitations on the operation of non-essential businesses and non-essential activities. For more information on what constitutes essential activities and businesses, please review this document https://www.floridadisaster.org/globalassets/governor-essential-services.pdf.     

At its April 6, 2020, meeting, the  City Council adopted Resolution No. 3906-20. This Resolution confirms the City’s Declaration of Local State of Emergency and emergency actions to date; encourages residents and businesses to adhere to State and County Executive Orders; and encourages residents and businesses to follow the recommended guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including but not limited to:  

•  Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
•  Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.  
•  Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
•  Cover your mouth and nose with a cloth face cover when around others.
•  Cover coughs and sneezes.
•  Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
•  Avoid close contact with people who are sick. 
•  If you are sick, stay home. 
•  Practice social distancing, as recommended by the CDC.
•  Avoid gatherings of more than ten (10) people.

Things around us are changing quickly, day-to-day, hour-to-hour, and minute-to-minute. In all of this, the City will continue to share relevant and helpful information as our partners at the CDC, Department of Health, Florida Department of Emergency Management, and City/County Emergency Management present new data and evidence of best practices. 

For at your fingertip updates, text COVID19INFO to 888777 to opt into Seminole County’s text alert system. You can also visit the following websites for more information: 

As we continue to watch these historical events unfold before us, please continue to be patient with those around you. Our success will rely on our ability to “roll with the punches” and adapt though this continually changing environment. The City appreciates the sacrifices that your families have made to slow the spread of COVID-19. Please be safe and remember we are all in this together. 

Sincerely,
The City of Oviedo

Bryan Cobb,
City Manager

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Update #2

March 25, 2020

Dear Oviedo Neighbors,

It has now been about two weeks since the first presumptive positive case was identified in Seminole County. In that time, we have seen sweeping, sometimes shocking, changes in our lives. Empty shelves at supermarkets and news from both here and abroad instill feelings of anxiety in even the most steadfast of us. However, anxiety and fear need not rule the day. The situation we find ourselves in is perilous, but the outcome is not fixed. We have in ourselves, the power to directly affect the end result of this circumstance.

To further this point, the City of Oviedo has limited access to all public buildings to staff only. City operations and services are commencing in a capacity as close to normal as possible, and City operators are available to assist you at 407-971-5555.

Indoor recreation and pool facilities, Oviedo Sports Complex, Shane Kelly Park, and Riverside Park remain closed.  Additionally, out of an abundance of caution, the City will close public access to playground equipment at all parks. However, greenspace will remain open to the public. As everyone is feeling the stresses of our self-imposed restrictions, we should all take time to focus on our mental and physical wellbeing. In hopes of providing some activities we can participate in together while practicing social distending, the Recreation and Parks Department has recently begun a series of fitness challenges to residents, as well as activities that may be shared via social media. Please consider following them on Facebook @oviedorecnparks or on twitter @oviedorecnpark to see their next great idea on how we can be alone together.

Water bill payments may be dropped off in the utility payment box (please no cash) in front of City Hall, may be made via telephone at 407-971-5535, or may be made online at http://cityofoviedo.net/137/Online-Payments. If you have questions, Utility Customer Service may be reached by phone at 407-971-5535 or via email at customercare@cityofoviedo.net.

Development Services is continuing to conduct business and has created physical drop boxes for Building Permits, Development Review, Planning, Zoning, and Business Tax Receipts. The boxes will reside outside the building with detailed signage showing what should be placed in the boxes and listing appropriate contact numbers should you have questions.

The City will keep monitoring the latest on the Coronavirus and continue to share important updates from our County, State, and Federal partners and adjust our operations as the information is disseminated. For at your fingertip updates, text COVID19INFO to 888777 to opt into Seminole County’s text alert system. Or you can visit the following websites for more information.

Remember, practicing personal health and hygiene actions are vital in preventing the spread of respiratory viruses. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, then discard the tissue.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. If you are sick, stay home.
  • Practice social distancing.

Lastly, please remember to stay vigilant, adapt and continue to be kind to one another. 

Sincerely,

The City of Oviedo

Bryan Cobb
City Manager
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Update #1

March 18, 2020

Dear Oviedo Neighbors,

Over the past month, our everyday lives have been disrupted in ways not known in the United States since the Second World War. The increasing impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) have turned the excitement of spring break and family vacations to feelings of apprehension of what may come next. Throughout this time, City officials have been hard at work with Seminole County Emergency Management and the Florida Department of Health, to monitor the COVID-19 situation as it develops. 

As of Wednesday, March 18, 2020, Seminole County now has ten (10) confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 identified. The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are analyzing the results of the presumptive positive cases, which will move to "confirmed cases" once validated. In response, the Oviedo Emergency Operations has elevated to Level 2, partial activation, and will continue to work with State and Local agencies to share information and best practices. 

Recently, the CDC advised individuals to protect themselves by:

  • Washing hands for 20 seconds after using the restroom, after coughing and after sneezing.
  • When unable to wash hands, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content. 
  • Use a tissue to cover your mouth during coughing or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • If you do not have a tissue, please cough away from people into your arm. 
  • Wipe down work spaces, the interior of vehicles, hand tools, cell phones, and other commonly touched surfaces with an alcohol-based disinfecting product several times per day.  
  • Practicing common sense social distancing, especially from those who are exhibiting symptoms of respiratory illness.

If you feel that you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, such as, fever, cough and shortness of breath, isolate yourself and stay in touch with your doctor or a health professional by phone, before you get medical care. If you are symptomatic and experience a medical emergency, call 911 and notify the operator that you have or think you might have COVID-19.

In heading precautionary guidance from the CDC and FDOH, City Staff increased cleaning and sanitizing efforts in all City facilities and has provided disinfectant spray and wipes in all locations. Deep cleaning work is also being conducted throughout the City in hopes of preventing any unnecessary exposure. Additionally, all City public events have been suspended, and the following facilities have been closed until at least May 9, 2020.

  • Oviedo Gym and Aquatic Facility 
  • Oviedo Sports Complex 
  • Riverside Park 
  • Shane Kelly Park (including the Bark Park) 

Seminole County has also canceled all County-sponsored programs, including library story times and classes and the University of Florida IFAS-Seminole County workshops. The Museum of Seminole County History is temporarily closed. All library branches have closed; accrual of late fees will be delayed. All library meeting room reservations have been canceled through March 31, and refunds will be issued. The Friends of the Library Bookstore at the Central Branch is also temporarily closed as well. Seminole County parks, trails, and wilderness areas remain open at present. No further rentals for a sports field or meeting space will be made at this time.

Many of our residents will be impacted financially by the preventative measures being taken across the City, State, and Nation. As such, the Oviedo Utilities Department will cease any water disconnects for non-payment and will not charge late fees until further notice. Residents will still be billed as usual for usage and accumulate charges to their account. Customers should pay whatever they can to minimize cost accrual. 

Additionally, the City of Oviedo will be suspending walk-in, face-to-face utility payments. Payments may be dropped off in the utility payment box in front of City Hall, be made via telephone at 407-971-5535, or be made online at http://cityofoviedo.net/137/Online-Payments. If you have questions, utility customer service may be reached by phone at 407-971-5535 or via email at customercare@cityofoviedo.net. The emergency on-call utility line remains staffed at 407-971-5675. 

Several utility and communications service providers have notified the City that they remain committed to serving our citizens and will be making accommodations to those affected by the COVID-19. If you do not see a provider on this list, please visit their website to confirm their response to the COVID-19 effects.

  • Duke Energy will not disconnect any customer’s service for non-payment, to give customers experiencing financial hardship extra time to make payments. The company will continue to read meters and send bills. Customers should pay what they can to avoid building up a large balance that will be harder to pay off later.
  • Florida Power and Light stated that it would suspend service cut-offs for overdue bills until the end of March. 
  • AT&T has stated that they will not terminate the service of any wireless, home phone, or broadband residential or small business customer because of their inability to pay their bill due to disruptions caused by the COVID-19. 
  • Sprint will not terminate service for the next 60 days to any small business or residential customers who are unable to pay their bill and will be waving late fees due to the effects of the COVID-19.
  • T-Mobile will ensure residential and small business owners with financial impacts do not lose service.
  • Charter Communications will offer FREE Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll, call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. Additionally, Charter Communications will also open its Wi-Fi hotspots across our footprint for public use.

To assist Oviedo Businesses, Governor DeSantis announced an activation of the Small Business Bridge Loan Program to assess and assist with the impact of COVID-19 on Florida’s local business operations. Qualified small businesses with two to 100 employees affected by COVID-19 can apply for loans up to $50,000 for one-year terms. To be eligible, a business must be located in Florida, have been established prior to March 9, 2020, and demonstrate economic injury as a result of the virus. To complete a bridge loan application by the May 8, 2020 deadline and for more information about the program, please visit www.floridadisasterloan.org.

The Florida Attorney General’s Office has activated the Price Gouging Hotline for all consumers in the state. Concerned residents with price gouging issues should call 1-866-9NO-SCAM to make a report. Commodities currently covered by price gauging laws include protective masks, sanitizing items, and disinfectants.

The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) announced all school districts will close until April 15, 2020. Extracurricular activities have also been suspended. For more information on Seminole County Public School (SCPS) closures, please visit https://www.scps.k12.fl.us/. SCPS will also offer free student meals starting on March 23rd through March 27th from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the car in the car loop of each of the following schools: 

  • Casselberry Elementary (1075 Crystal Bowl Circle, Casselberry, FL 32707)
  • English Estates Elementary (299 Oxford Road, Fern Park, FL 32730)
  • Midway Elementary (2368 Brisson Avenue, Sanford, FL 32771)
  • Pine Crest Elementary (405 W. 27th Street, Sanford, FL 32773)
  • Spring Lake Elementary (695 Orange Avenue, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714)
  • Wicklow Elementary (100 Placid Lake Drive, Sanford, FL 32773)
  • Winter Springs Elementary (701 W. S.R. 434, Winter Springs, FL 32708)

Any child up to the age of 18 may access free meals at any of the above sites. 

This is a rapidly evolving situation. To stay up to date on the most up-to-date information or find helpful tips on how to help protect yourself, please visit the following websites.

  • Prepare Seminole at Prepareseminole.org
  • The Florida Department of Health at Floridahealth.gov
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at CDC.gov

For more specific questions the Florida of Department of Health has established the COVID-19 Call Center, which is available 24/7 at 1(866)779-6121 or via email COVID-19@flhealth.gov.

The Seminole County Citizen’s Information Line (CIL) has also been activated to address questions and concerns from area residents. The CIL is staffed with personnel from Seminole County and the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County to ensure residents receive the most accurate information. The hours of operations are Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 407-665-0000. Residents are encouraged to text COVID19INFO to 888-777 to opt-in for COVID-19 alerts from Seminole County Emergency Management. 

If you have questions on how you might help, Heart of Florida United Way 211 Information and Referral Crisis Line is connecting with residents to share information about available resources. Including locations of nearest food pantries, crisis mental health services, and more. The service is provided 24/7, 365 days a year. Translation services are available around the clock. Residents can connect by dialing 2-1-1 from a phone, texting their zip code to 898211, or by chatting online at www.HFUW.org/Chat. 

Seminole County Emergency Management’s community partners, Harvest Time International and Christian Sharing Center, continue to help our community’s most vulnerable individuals. Both organizations kindly accept monetary donations to continue to provide services to those in need. If you have a preferred local charitable organization or faith based group, please contact them to see if they are working to assist with the effects of COVID-19.

This is an extremely stressful situation for everyone. We are all feeling a much higher level of emotion and anxiety during these trying times. Your City Council and City Staff are working diligently to address the challenges associated with COVID-19. We also understand that business as usual is not an option right now. Patience is truly a virtue. We must all remember to be kind to one another, as we are all in this together. It is in times like this that the Oviedo community spirit will prevail. 

Sincerely,

The City of Oviedo

Bryan Cobb
City Manager