Public Works

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City of Oviedo Public Works Department

Center Lake Park Design - Oviedo on the Park

The Oviedo on the Park development includes a central City-owned park to be maintained and operated by the City of Oviedo.  The park will contain a number of amenities including an interactive fountain, playground, restrooms, lighting, audio visual and event infrastructure and aesthetic enhancements to compliment the proposed adjacent City-owned amphitheater.

Odor Control Project

Since purchasing the privately-owned Alafaya Utility in September of 2010, the City has been hard at work updating the system to address known structural and operational deficiencies and to improve permit compliance, efficiency and odor control issues.  In May of 2012, the City advertised the odor system as a design/build package for bid.  Three responsive proposals were rec

Little Creek Reclaimed Water Tie-In

The Little Creek Relacimed Water Main Extension Project was completed in April 2012 by Mora Engineering Contractors and Blue Ox Enterprises.



City of Oviedo's Utilities is a regional water utility that provides service to approximately 30,000 residents in Oviedo and Seminole County. Water service includes residential, multi-family and commercial establishments.

Fleet Services

The Fleet Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining all City vehicles and equipment.  Staff includes a total of 3 employees who maintain more than 400 fleet inventory items, including small power equipment, automobiles, pickup trucks, heavy trucks, heavy equipment, police vehicles, and fire rescue vehicles. 

How You Can Prevent Water Pollution

Did You Know That........Every City Street is Like Waterfront Property?

It’s true! Just take a walk down your street. Before long, you’ll come to a storm drain. Any water that runs down this drain flows directly into our waterways. It does not pass through the sanitary sewer system, and it does not receive any kind of treatment.

Flood Study Report

FEMA recently revised the flood maps for Seminole County and the incorporated cities for insurance purposes.