Oviedo Information

Public Works

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City of Oviedo Public Works Department

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Reclaim Water

Reclaimed Water Irrigation Procedures

 

Reclaimed water is domestic wastewater which as been treated and disinfected to a high degree such that it can be safely used to irrigate golf courses and residential lawns. 

Wastewater & Lift Station Systems

Wastewater Collection & Lift Stations

 

The City of Oviedo's Wastewater Collection/Lift Station system includes:

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Utilities

UTILITIES DIVISION - PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
 

During normal business hours, you may contact the City's Utilities Department regarding water or sewer services at (407) 971-5681. 

Public Works Operations

Mission

The mission of Public Works Operations is to enhance the City of Oviedo's quality of life through effective and efficient maintenance, minor construction, and operation of its physical environment. 

Water Conservation

Click HERE to view City of Oviedo irrigation schedules for potable water and reclaimed water.

**Important Roadway Bulletin**

All residents, please be aware of the following roadway interruptions that will be taking place. To view the full details on each event please click on the links below:

 

Water Conservation Award

City Receives Award of Excellence from American Water Works Association

The City of Oviedo received the Water Conservation Award of Excellence for Best in Class category during the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association (FSAWWA) annual conference held in Orlando on December 2, 2009.  The City of Oviedo Utility is classified as a mid-sized utility, serving 30