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.
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Recreation and Parks does not provide refunds or rainchecks for inclement weather.
The following parks have outdoor courts with lights available for evening use:
All lights are on timers, they come on at dusk and will turn off at 10 p.m.
City staff has implemented a new Recreation Membership which is available to the citizens on an individual basis. While a membership fee will not be required to register for activities or daily use of facilities, individuals who pay the Membership Fee will be granted a discounted rate, or benefit for activities, daily fees, passes, as well as rental fees.
City Residents: $25 per individual annually
Non-Residents: $50 per individual annually