Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Debris Removal Update

The First Pass of Debris collection has been completed in the City of Oviedo. The final pass of storm debris collection has begun as of Monday, October 16, 2017. This will include small piles of vegetative debris, fencing or construction debris, and any large debris which may have been missed on the first pass.

All storm debris should now be placed at the curb (not blocking roads, driveways, mailboxes, utility boxes or fire hydrants) for pickup. If any storm debris do not make it to the curb prior the final pass, Oviedo residents may:
drop off the debris material at the Evans Street Public Works Compound while it is operational
prepare the debris to normal yard trash standards for collection by Republic Services
haul the debris to the Seminole County Landfill located at 1930 E. Osceola Road Geneva, FL 32732 
enlist an independent contractor remove it   
 
The City is extremely appreciative of your patience throughout this difficult process.   
 
 

Please review the City's Debris Removal Guidelines.

Solid Waste Update

Republic Services, Oviedo's regular household waste, recycling, bulk, and yard trash carrier, will continue their service alongside the heavy debris contractor.  All bulk, yard and household routes are caught up from storm delays.   

Please do not place yard waste in garbage carts or recycling carts.  Yard waste cannot be co-mingled with garbage and recycling, as the landfill requires vegetative material to be separated and the recycling facility does not accept yard waste.

 

Yard waste should only be placed in garbage bags or store bought containers and will only be picked up by the yard waste collection truck.  

Citizen Debris Drop off Information 

The City of Oviedo has opened a residential debris drop-off site at the Evans Street Public Works Complex. Hours of operation are 8am to 4pm daily (including Saturday and Sunday) until otherwise notified. 

This drop-off location is for individuals who reside within city limits of Oviedo, and residents will have to show identification prior to dropping debris. The nearest County drop-offs for unincorporated Oviedo residents are 4350 Bedford Road, Sanford, FL 32773 and 3540 Dike Road Winter Park, FL 32792. 

The site will only accept vegetative debris, and residents are expected to unload their own debris and should bring all appropriate gear with them. 

Building Permits

To facilitate the reconstruction of fences, roofs and screen enclosures in the City due to the passage of hurricane Irma, the City will be waiving building permit fees for fence, roof, and screen enclosures until October 31, 2017. Residents are still required to pull a building permit with Building Services Division.

Resources

Park Amenity Closures

  • Round Lake Park Boardwalk