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Oviedo City Council


Mayor Dominic Persampiere
400 Alexandria Boulevard
Oviedo, Florida 32765
The Mayor's biography, click here.

Community Assistance Resources

If you would like information about local Community Assistance programs, please visit the websites below:

Big Oaks Ranch

Visit this 700 acre cattle ranch located in Oviedo's neighbor to the east, Chuluota, for hayrides, barbeques, nature walks, fishing and more.  You can find more information at www.bigoaksranch.com.

Black Hammock Adventures

Come and take an airboat ride with Black Hammock Adventures on beautiful Lake Jesup. The airboats take off from 2316 Black Hammock Fish Camp Road.

Cross Seminole Trail

Want to do a little trail walking or ride a bike. The Cross Seminole Trail is just the palce to do it.  You can access the trail in Oviedo ay the intersection of 434 and 426.  For more information on the trail go to http://seminolecountyfl.gov/leisure/trails/trails_crosssem.asp

Kiwanis Club of Oviedo/Winter Springs

The club meets every Thursday at 7:30 am at the Tuskawilla Country Club.  For more information  Kathy McDonald 407-349-0757.

Kiwanis Club of Oviedo/Winter Springs

The club meets every Thursday at 7:30 am at Tuskawilla Country Club.

Communities for a Lifetime

Communities for a Lifetime is a statewide initiative to assist Florida cities, towns and counties in planning and implementing improvements benefiting the lives of all


The City is governed by a Council/City Manager form of government. The City Manager receives policy direction from a five-member elected City Council, each of whom serves a two-year term. The current Council includes Honorable Mayor Dominic Persampiere,  Councilman Steve Henken, Councilman Keith Britton, Councilman Bob Pollack and Councilwoman Megan Sladek.


Formally incorporated as a City in 1925 with a population of 800, Oviedo has roots that date back to just after the Civil War in 1865 when homesteaders came to the area along the shores of Lake Jesup to begin new lives.