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Stormwater, Lakes Management, and Flood Information
Algae BloomRegardless of where we live, we all live within a watershed. In the City of Casselberry, almost every address is located within the Lake Jesup watershed, meaning that the runoff from these areas eventually contributes to Lake Jesup itself. Because everything is connected, our daily choices make a real difference to the water quality within our watershed. Please check out the links below to find out how the City of Casselberry helps protect the watershed, and how you can help.

  • Seminole County and the City of Casselberry have adopted a new fertilizer ordinance!  Effective beginning November 2017, the ordinance was written to reduce the impact of nutrient pollution upon our surface waters.  For additional information, please click here, or if you would like to participate in a FREE workshop, you can register here.
  • The City of Casselberry has adopted a new Stormwater and Lakes Management Master Plan, which provides a plan for the next ten years of projects and programs.  The plan became effective October 1, 2017.  Click here to view the plan.
  • SERV Fall Newsletter.  Join the Seminole Education, Restoration, and Volunteer program for a variety of upcoming classes and volunteer opportunities. 
  • Check out the Extension Office's new Youtube channel. This featured video explains the recently adopted Fertilizer Ordinance.

Everything is connected. So no matter where you live in the watershed, you can help protect our water resources with simple choices at home. Click here for some simple ways you can help.

The City of Casselberry Lake Management Guide provides a good overview of important lake, flood, and water issues in the City of Casselberry. It’s a great place to start and was just updated in 2018!


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