No, however, the tree must be pruned to allow safe passage of vehicles and pedestrians, as well as to maintain a safe line of sight. The following clearances must be maintained:
Any plantings in the public right-of-way may be trimmed by the City to ensure public safety.
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Please visit Apply For, Disconnect, or Change Utility Services to start a new account, end or suspend an existing account, or pay a City of Oviedo utility bill.
Yes, a permit must be obtained to remove any canopy tree within the City of Oviedo. Trees such as palms, fruit, or understory varieties (i.e. Crape Myrtle) do not require a permit for removal. To request a permit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mosquito control within the City of Oviedo is provided by Seminole County. Submit a mosquito service request online or call 407-665-5542.
For mosquito related frequently asked questions, please visit Seminole County's Mosquito information page.
Please visit Mandatory Watering Restriction for detailed information.
Please visit cityofoviedo.net/fixit and utilize the City's Fix-It Form. This form sends your report directly to the City staff who can help.
You may also access this form by visiting the City website home page, selecting the "Services" tab (at the top), then selecting "Report a Concern."
The Engineering Standards Manual provides minimum standards for the design and construction of improvements to be dedicated to the City of Oviedo. Please contact the Engineering Division at 407-971-5681 to obtain a copy.
The City of Oviedo does not provide survey or wetland data for private property. This information should be obtained from a qualified survey and environmental professionals.
Please contact your electric service provider and provide the exact location of the street light, and an address and pole number if available.