Public Works

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City of Oviedo Public Works Department

Flood Insurance Discounts for Oviedo Citizens

City of Oviedo residents and businesses receive discounts on their Flood Insurance through the City's continued participation in FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and Community Rating System (CRS) Program. 

SR 426/CR 419 Project

 
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Flood Maps & Stormwater Utility Information

The City's Stormwater Utility staff serves the citizens of Oviedo by cost effectively managing, maintaining, protecting, and improving the public stormwater drainage system to prevent damage to life and property from storms, floods, and hurricanes.  We also work to protect water quality and safeguard our natural resources for all generations.

Capital Projects

The City's Engineering Department manages all of the City's Capital Projects involving roadway construction, major utility construction, stormwater, and municipal building construction. 

Capital Projects Directory
Department phone number: (407) 971-5692
(during normal business hours)

Engineering Services

The Engineering Services Division of Public Works performs in-house civil engineering design for City projects, reviews the site civil design of proposed development within the City, provides inspection services, and maintains the City Engineering Standards Manual. In addition, Engineering Services provides project management for a variety of City projects.

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City Voters Approve Charter Amendment to Acquire Alafaya Utilities, Inc.

On August 24, 2010, City voters approved an amendment to the City Charter authorizing the issuance of up to $36 million in utility revenue bonds to acquire Alafaya Utilities, Inc. - a privately owned wastewater treatment facility.  This acquisition  is the most significant in the City's history.  To read more about the vote and the utility acquisition.

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