Welcome! Visit this page often to find out about current transportation projects, programs, and events in the City of Casselberry, including roadways, sidewalks, trails, other bicycle/pedestrian improvements, and transit. Check out the links below to find out more information on specific projects, programs, and events:

Winter Park Drive Complete Street Study –  Click here to find out more about this Study.


ADA Transition Plan –  Click here to find out more.


Bike symbol on asphalt (Shared lane marking)Pedestrian Gateway Installation on Crystal Bowl Circle – The City is introducing a new “pedestrian gateway” treatment at the Casselberry Elementary entrance off of Crystal Bowl Circle. Click here to find out more.

Shared Lane Marking Installation – Various Areas – The City has been installing "sharrows" on various roads in the City as a bicycling improvement.


STOP FOR PEDESTRIANS! –  The City has enhanced many of its crosswalks with striping, signage, and sometimes even flashing lights to promote safe and healthy transportation choices.  However, when the features are not present, drivers must still stop for pedestrians within crosswalks as required by Florida Law.  Learn more about pedestrian and bicycle laws in Florida.

Casselberry Greenway Trail Map Click the link for an updated (as of 5/15/2018) map of the completed Casselberry Greenway Trail and existing nearby bike-friendly streets.

Should you require additional information on any transportation-related issues, please click here or call the Public Works & Utilities Department at (407) 262-7725, Ext. 1234.


Healthy Community Complete Streets Policy and Design Guidelines – originally adopted in 2016 and updated in 2019, this Policy was created to encourage roads to be designed and built to accommodate all users of all ages and abilities, including increased focus on promoting active transportation options.

Connecting Casselberry:  The Casselberry Multimodal Transportation Master Plan - shapes the next 10 years of local transportation projects, including roads, sidewalks, and trails in the City. The plan also addresses the Complete Streets and Sustainability Policies. Click here to request a copy.

Non-discrimination Policy:The City of Casselberry does not tolerate discrimination in any of its programs, services or activities. 

Current City-Wide Transportation Projects

Lake Kathryn Circle Complete Street Improvements -- Construction is scheduled to reach substantial completion on April 14, 2023. The complete street improvements include adding and widening sidewalks and narrowing travel lanes on Lake Kathryn Circle from Seminola Boulevard to the Lake Kathryn Circle/Laura Street/Wisteria Lane intersection. The project also includes water/sewer utility improvements, including extending sanitary sewer service to several homes that are currently on septic.

During the final phase of the project, traffic along Lake Kathryn Circle will be open to all traffic, with minor closures as needed to complete the remaining work. The final phase includes restoration of the roadway, sidewalk construction, and landscaping. Residents on Lake Kathryn Circle will continue to have access to their homes. This project is being funded by a combination of penny sales tax, water/sewer utility funds, tree replacement funds, multimodal transportation impact fees, and a State of Florida grant (to assist with septic/sewer conversion). Questions should be directed to the Construction and Permitting Manager via email or by phone at (407) 262-7725 ext. 1227.

Sunset Drive Livable Street Improvements -- Construction began on March 6, 2023. 

The intent of the project along Sunset Drive (from Oxford Road to Button Road) is to narrow the travel lanes, provide a shared-use path on the east side, as well as including other complete street-oriented enhancements along the corridor. The construction activities will include reconstruction of the northbound lane, milling and resurfacing, curb and gutter repair, installation of a shared-use path, utility modifications, landscaping, and lighting. Other improvements include raised crosswalks, on-street parking at Sunset Park, and Overbrook intersection improvements.

The first phase of the project, beginning on the north end of Sunset Drive near Button Road continuing to Oak Park Place, requires partial and complete closures of Sunset Drive. The northbound lanes on Sunset Drive is closed to through traffic and will remain closed until March 31, 2023, followed by the reopening of northbound lanes and subsequent closing of southbound lanes from March 31, 2023 through May 11, 2023. All inquiries related to this project should be directed to the Construction and Permitting Manager via email or by phone at (407) 262-7725 ext. 1227.

SR 436 from US 17/92 to Wilshire Drive Public Engagement – The City has partnered with a consultant to develop a feasible concept plan to improve walkability, rollability, cycling, and transit access along the SR 436 corridor from US Highway 17/92 to Wilshire Drive. The concept plan includes wide shared-use paths, mid-block crossings, landscape improvements, signalized intersection improvements, pedestrian safety improvements, lighting enhancements, and transit access improvements.

 The City is holding a public engagement meeting on April 27, 2023, at the Seminole County Public Library Jean Rhein Branch (215 N. Oxford Road, Casselberry), from 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm. The purpose of the meeting is to present the plans and gather feedback from residents. The City wants to hear residents' thoughts on sidewalk improvements, landscaping, and crosswalk locations. Participants will have an opportunity to provide comments and ask questions.

To download a copy of the concept plan(s), please click here. Residents unable to attend the meeting can submit their questions, comments, or concerns to the Public Works Divisions Director via email or by phone at (407) 262-7725, Ext. 1234.

  1. Events and Special Notices
Public Engagement Meeting -SR 436 (US Hwy 17-92 to Wilshire Dr.)
  • April 27, 2023 at the Seminole County Public Library, 215 N. Oxford Rd. Casselberry, FL (6pm-7:45pm)