These restrictions are mandatory in Seminole County and include those on private wells or lakes, etc.
If you own an automatic lawn sprinkler system, you must have a rain sensor or switch installed to override the system when adequate rainfall occurs.
Waste Pro has sent a few reminders to residents in reference to the trash pick-up rules.
We want to remind residents that these are guidelines set by Waste Pro and should you have any questions to please contact them directly.
1) Enter Zip Code
2) Click "Lost my Pet"
3) Specify "Cat" or "Dog"
4) Select "Seminole County Animal Services"
5) Add Preferences or Just Click "Search Now"
If you are having any work done inside or outside of your home by any contractor, please check to make sure they are licensed within the county and state.
To verify if their license is current - Seminole County Residents call 407-665-7636
State of Florida visit http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/or call 850-487-1395
Ask for references and confirm they are licensed!!
Seminole County has passed a Fertilizer Ordinance in an effort to reduce nutrient loading of water bodies. Storm water run-off is a major source of pollution flowing into our natural water bodies. Seminole County Board of County Commissioners approved a NEW Fertilizer Ordinance, effective February 28, 2017, that regulates fertilizers containing nitrogen and phosphorous and provides specific management guidelines for fertilizer application in order to minimize impacts to our natural water bodies.
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Sign up for the free House Watch program. Seminole County residents who are going on vacation may sign up for this free service that provides a daily check of their property by a Sheriff’s personnel while they away. For more information, contact the Seminole County Sheriff's Office at 407-665-6650 to request a House Check.
You may also download our House Check Request form by visiting this link: