My address is Oviedo, why do I have to pay non resident fees?

Oviedo residency only includes those streets that are within the city limits of Oviedo. Homeowners at these addresses pay taxes to the City of Oviedo, which help fund the Recreation and Parks Department. There are many Oviedo addresses that are labeled as Oviedo by the postal service, but are technically unincorporated Seminole County. Homeowners at these addresses do not pay taxes to the City of Oviedo, therefore, an additional non resident fee is assessed to cover the cost of programs, facilities, etc. View a map of Oviedo City Limits (PDF).

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1. My address is Oviedo, why do I have to pay non resident fees?
2. What is the Refund Policy for Recreation and Parks?
3. Who do I contact about renting a facility / park in Oviedo?
4. Which facilities have lights for night use and how can the lights be turned on?
5. What is the rain-out hotline for your facilities / programs?
6. What is a non resident member?