Public Works

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City of Oviedo Public Works Department

Public Works FAQs

Listed below are the most common questions that the Public Works Department receives. Click a question to view the answer and all related information (i.e. contact phone numbers, email addresses, etc.). If your question is not listed here, please feel free to contact the department at any time via phone or email at 407-971-5668.

Streets and Sidewalks

The Streets, Fleet, and Building Divisions of Public Works provides daily maintenance, repair, and minor construction of the City's roadways, sidewalks, and curbs. 



Stormwater Operations is a division of the birds and pondPublic Works Operations Department. The Stormwater Operations crew is responsible for maintenance and repairs to City maintained ponds, ditches/culverts, and drainage structures.

Other Links

To reach the St. John's River Water Management District, click here.

To reach the Florida Yards and Neighborhoods, click here.


Federal Stimulus Money Earmarked for Lockwood Blvd. Resurfacing

The Federal Government through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), which is better known as Federal Stimulus Dollars, awarded the City of Oviedo $1.2 Million for the resurfacing and reconstruction of a 1.8 mile section of Lockwood Blvd.  In addition, another $500,000 was recently awarded for the construction of eight-foot and six-foot sidewalk/trail on the

New Public Works facility Dedicated and Open for Business

On June 6th it was a beautiful morning for a dedication ceremony as the Oviedo City Council formally dedica

City of Oviedo Water Supply Plan

The Water Supply Plan is temporarly offline.  Please check back soon. 

Thank you!


Please click here to access the City's Water Supply Plan.  This file is large and may take a few minutes to download. 

Information Regarding Septic Tank Issues

The regulation of septic tanks in incorporated and unincorporated Seminole County is under the jurisdiction of the Seminole County Health Department.  If you are experiencing pr