SEMINOLE COUNTY FERTILIZER ORDINANCE - With the active "growing season" upon us, this is when everyone wants to get their lawns and shrubs looking great again for the year! With that, here's some information to be aware of and to incorporate into your yard maintenance program....Stormwater runoff is a major source of pollution flowing into our natural waterbodies; especially here in Spring Lake Hills where we have no stormwater retention ponds. As a result, every single homesite contributes stormwater runoff directly into our waterways through the drains and catch basins in our roadways. Seminole County Board of County Commissioners approved a "NEW" Fertilizer Ordinance, effective February 28, 2017, that regulates fertilizers containing nitrogen and/or phosphorous and provides specific management guidelines for fertilizer application in order to minimize negative impacts to our natural waterbodies.
RESIDENT DIRECTORY -
The Online Resident Directory is now available! Simply register as a resident for full access. An online directory provides the most updated, real-time information! Registered residents may choose to opt-out from displaying specific information visiting the “Privacy” section within the “Account Settings” of each account.
RESIDENT REGISTRATION - CLICK HERE. By doing so you will receive important notices regarding Spring Lake Hills and enroll in our online resident directory (available ONLY to registered residents). Please add [email protected] to your contacts or approved sender list to ensure the emails do not end up in your Junk/Spam folder.
LAKES & WATERWAYS - Please visit Waterway Management Programs for new information and news from Seminole County on Spring Lake, Lake Destiny, Springwood Lake, and the Springwood Waterway.