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Monday, Aug. 14, construction will begin to replace Lift Station #36 located at 1965 SW 30th Court. As a result of this construction, a section of the eastern lane of SW 30th Court will be closed at the site of Lift Station #36.
08/10/2017 5:08 PM
The City of Ocala Recreation and Parks Department will host a public meeting Wednesday, July 19 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Discovery Center, 701 NE Sanchez Ave., regarding the Letty Towles Dog Park, 2299 SE 32nd Ave.
07/11/2017 11:31 AM
The City of Ocala is excited to announce a call to artists for the Fourth Ocala Outdoor Sculpture Competition. This competition is open to all artists in North America ages 18 and older. Each artist is eligible to compete for cash prizes and awards including Best of Show, Second Place, Honorable Mention and People’s Choice.
07/03/2017 1:08 PM
In preparation for the Wetland Groundwater Recharge Park project, the City of Ocala, in partnership with CH2M, will host an informational session, Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers on the 2nd Floor of City Hall located at 110 SE Watula Ave.
07/03/2017 9:31 AM
The City of Ocala has installed a new municipal services payment drop box at City Hall located at 110 SE Watula Ave. This new drop box is located near the front entrance of City Hall along E Fort King Street and is available as a drive-through option for customers.
06/30/2017 4:13 PM
Wednesday, July 5, the City of Ocala, along with contractors Marion Rock, Inc. and Foundation Services, will begin work to remediate, or resolve, a depression located at the northwest corner of SW 27th Avenue and SW 19th Avenue Road. This project is expected to be completed at the end of July 2017.
06/30/2017 10:33 AM
The City of Ocala’s business offices will be closed Tuesday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day. There will be no residential collection for sanitation, yard waste or recycling routes Tuesday, July 4.
06/19/2017 9:50 AM
The City of Ocala Water Reclamation Facility #1 (WRF #1), located at 1220 NW 4th Ave., has been offline since April 2016. Tuesday, June 20, the City of Ocala will begin actively decommissioning this facility. During this time, there is a potential of a strong, organic odor, which may affect the immediate area surrounding this facility. There are no health concerns regarding this potential odor.
06/16/2017 2:16 PM
The City of Ocala is excited to announce the near completion of the South Magnolia Avenue Mobility Improvement Project. S Magnolia Avenue, from SE Broadway Street to E Ft. King Street, will re-open to normal traffic patterns Monday, June 12 at 9 a.m.
06/09/2017 7:43 AM
Monday, June 5, Osmose Utilities Services will begin conducting inspections of wood utility poles in the City of Ocala. Osmose will be working to identify poles that are decaying and will also estimate the strength of the current utility poles in use.
06/02/2017 3:06 PM
Due to construction for the Heritage Nature Conservancy DRA Expansion Project, NE 3rd Street, at the intersection of NE 21st Avenue, will be closed Monday, June 5 until Friday, June 9.
06/01/2017 3:46 PM
As of Wednesday, May 31, the Hampton Aquatic FUN Center, located at 1510 NW 4th St., is now open to the public. This facility was originally scheduled to open Sunday, May 28, but was delayed due to unexpected repairs.
05/31/2017 5:03 PM
The City of Ocala Water Resources Department will begin work to replace a sewer force main Wednesday, June 7. Construction is expected to be completed by Friday, June 30 and will occur along NE 3rd Street, between NE 18th Avenue and NE 25th Avenue.
05/31/2017 2:21 PM
Waste Pro and the City of Ocala to Implement New System to Reduce Contamination in Residential Recycling
Effective Monday, June 5, Waste Pro, the City of Ocala’s contractor for single-stream curbside recycling collection, will begin a coordinated effort with the City to reduce contamination in residential recycling carts.
05/23/2017 2:52 PM