Is a city in Seminole County, Florida. The population was 26,316 as of the 2000 census. As of 2009, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 32,961. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee-Sanford


Metropolitan Statistical Area.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 40.0 km² (15.4 mi²). 15.1 square miles (39.2 km²) of it is land and 0.3 square miles (0.8 km²) of it (2.07%) is water. Oviedo is located about 20 minutes from downtown Orlando, Fl. by highway (SR 417 and SR 408). The Econlockhatchee River runs through the east part of the city, and a tributary, the Little Econlockhatchee River, runs through the southern part of the city.

The city of Oviedo’s public schools are a part of Seminole County Public Schools. Oviedo contains 6 public elementary schools (K-5), 2 public middle schools (6-8), and 2 public high schools (9-12). The city of Oviedo is also home to a branch of Seminole State College of Florida and borders the University of Central Florida in Orlando.


Elementary schools

Carillon Elementary School

John Evans Elementary School

Lawton Elementary School

Marguerite Partin Elementary School

Douglas Stenstrom Elementary School

Joan Walker Elementary School (in Chuluota)


Middle schools

Jackson Heights Middle School

Lawton Chiles Middle School

High schools

Oviedo High School

Paul J. Hagerty High School


Private schools

Double R Private School

The Master’s Academy

St. Luke’s Lutheran School

Trinity Preparatory School

Tuskawilla/Twin Rivers Montessori Academy

First Years Preschool & Kindergarten

Bridges Academy


Hooking up Your Power

There are three power companies that service the Oviedo area.

Progress Energy Florida 407-629-1010 www.progress-energy.com.

Florida Power & Light 1-800-226-3545 www.fpl.com.

People’s Gas 407-425-4661 www.peoplesgas.com.


Turning on Telephone service

Bellsouth Residential 1-888-757-6500 www.bellsouth.com.

Sprint United Telephone 407-339-1811 www.sprint.com.


Cable Provider

Bright House Networks is the cable provider for the City of Oviedo. They can be reached at 407-291-2500



New Water Utility Service with the City of Oviedo

You can establish your new utility account during our normal business hours by coming in person to fill out the necessary paperwork, pay your deposit and pick up your recycling bin. You can also request the necessary paperwork to be faxed to you by calling 407-971-5535. Forms can also be accessed online here so you may fill them out and bring them in with your deposit. Please note we require 24 hour notice and do not turn water on Saturday or Sunday.



Garbage services are provided by Republic Services. Regular garbage, recycling and yard waste pickup are provided. Garbage day pick-up schedules are available by calling 407-971-5535. Special garbage pick-up requests can be made directly to Republic Services at 407-293-8000. If you have a complaint regarding garbage pick-up, please call Republic Services directly at 407-293-8000.


Recycle Bins

Recycle bins are provided upon opening your utility account and Republic Services will deliver the bins directly to your home.


Source: Wikipedia


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