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You must visit a Lake County Property Appraiser's Office or click on the following link to file online: Online Exemptions Application
If you are reporting a dead animal on a State Road (SR 19/Howey Road, SR 33, SR 50, US 27) call: 1800-787-0074
If you are reporting a dead animal on a County Road (Villa City, Mount Pleasant, CR565A, Cherry Lake) call: 352-343-6439
If you are reporting a dead animal on a City street call: 352-429-4166
Contact Lake County Mosquito and Aquatic Plant Management at 352-343-9419 Lake County Mosquito and Aquatic Plant Management
The City of Groveland offers a variety of facilities which are available for rental for your special event.
You may reserve the pavilions or the gazebo at no charge, unless your event falls under the category of a Special event.
Special event means any organized gathering of persons, comprised of groups or individuals, including gathering at shows, exhibitions, demonstrations, or assembly, other than the normal day-to-day or seasonal operations or concerns of licensed establishments within the city. The term "special event" shall include but is not limited to entertainment festivals, parades, fairs, festivals, carnivals, circuses, church events, athletic events, arts and crafts events, and special promotional activities for commercial establishments, such as holiday events, contests, on-location radio promotions, and shows.
In the case of special events, an application must be submitted in order to obtain a special event permit for sole use during the period of time specified on the application, not to exceed 12 hours per application. A deposit of $100.00 shall be required to insure prompt clean-up of the property on which the special event is conducted. The deposit shall be made at the time of receipt of the special event permit. If the property is not cleaned of all equipment, debris, signs and other items associated with the special event within 48 hours of the expiration of the permit, the deposit will be forfeited.
The fee for rental of the community centers is dependent upon the type of event. Please see the fee schedule below for specifics. You may submit your rental applications online, but you will be required to pay your deposit at City Hall. For more information, please contact City Hall at 352-429-2141, ext. 222.
Please refer to Resolution 2013-07-18 for the City of Groveland's policy governing usage and rental of City facilities and the City's Code of Ordinances Sec. 50-133(c)(3)a.; Sec. 50-137 regarding special events.
Please visit the Facility Rental Information page to make an online reservation and see the fee schedule.
This summer June 5th through July 31st every Wednesday will be Wacky Wednesday Waterday! See the flyer for more details.
Currently the City offers Zumba through the Parks & Recreation Department.
If you would like to present a Recreation option, please contact the Parks & Recreation Manager at 352-429-2141 2602 or via email at Groveland Parks and Recreation
Yes! Located on Maravilla Way in the Marina del Rey subdivision, Ronald Sefton Gaffney Memorial Park was opened to the public on Memorial Day 2017. The 7.5 acre park site amenities include a parking lot, restroom building, dog park facilities, grassed nature trails, and other associated infrastructure.
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Then fax, email, mail or bring the form into city hall.
Come into city hall with your final HUD statement and drivers license. Staff will then scan in your drivers license and do a quick utility credit check which will determine if a $75 or $150 security deposit will be required. you will also be required to pay a $25 service fee.
Renters deposits are held until their utility account is closed with the City of Groveland utility department.