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SPOTLIGHT
Debris Pickup Update
 The debris collection process is estimated to be over 75% complete but is projected to take approximately 3-4 more weeks. As of October 9, 2017, nearly 15,000 cubic yards of debris have been collected. It is anticipated the first pass of the entire City for vegetative debris will be fully completed by October 15, 2017. The second and final pass will begin the next day and take approximately 1-2 weeks. Residents are therefore requested to make sure all vegetative debris is placed curbside no later than Sunday, October 15th to ensure pickup during the final pass. Construction and other non-vegetative debris will be collected separately but also need to be separated and placed curbside as soon as possible.  Many questions may be answered by viewing the updated FAQ's page regarding debris pickup.  
Click here  for that information.  

Art and Music in the Park and Food Truck Bazaar, Friday, October 13th
The Orlando Jazz Combo will headline October’s Art & Music in the Park and Food Truck Bazaar at Lake Concord Park behind Casselberry City Hall. The Jazz combo performs traditional swing, contemporary jazz and big band music. They will perform 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event, which celebrates the anniversary of the City of Casselberry, also will have the MAYS Festival Orchestra performing a one-hour set, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The orchestra is a community orchestra chamber group of select young musicians between the ages of 5-22 years old from all over Central Florida. While listening to the music, you’ll be able to stroll through the park and shop at more than 20 local businesses and artisan booths selling jewelry, photography, paintings, and an assortment of other unique gifts and services.

COMMUNITY

Arts and Culture
Arts and
Culture

Economic Development
   Community Redevelopment Agency

Forms
Forms

Online Registration
Online
 Registration

95 Triplet Lake Drive, Casselberry, FL  32707
Tel. 407-262-7700
City Hall Hours:  Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.


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