County Services

New locations set for county fairgrounds, animal services

Citrus County Solid Waste has relocated and consolidated recycling bins at the Citrus County Fairgrounds and Animal Services. The Citrus County Fair Association Board has requested a relocation of the four recycle containers located at 3600 S. Florida Ave, Inverness due to upgrades at fairground main gate entrance. The recycling containers located at Citrus County […]

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DeSantis appoints 2 to Water District governing board

Governor Ron DeSantis appointed Jack Bispham and Seth Weightman to the Southwest Florida Water Management District’s Governing Board. Bispham represents Manatee County and Weightman represents Pasco County. Bispham, of Myakka City, is the owner and operator of Red Bluff Plantation. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from the University of Florida. Bispham is appointed to […]

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Citrus County GIS Division celebrates GIS Day on Nov. 13

Citrus County Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division Recognizes How Geographic Information System Technology Makes a Social Impact and Inspires Scientific Education The Citrus County GIS Division will celebrate GIS Day on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019. The Citrus County GIS Division has shown an innovative application of geographic information system (GIS) technology in analysis, visualization, gaining […]

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West Nile virus threat lights on Citrus County

West Nile virus threat lights on Citrus County

The Florida Department of Health in Citrus County (DOH-Citrus) today advised residents there has been an increase in mosquito-borne disease activity in areas of Citrus County. Several sentinel chicken flocks have tested positive for West Nile virus infection. The risk of transmission to humans has increased. Citrus County Mosquito Control District and DOH-Citrus continue surveillance […]

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2019 scallop season begins soon

One of the most enjoyable and busy times for residents and visitors alike here in Citrus County is the annual Scallop Season which begins this year on July 1 and runs through September 24. Harvesters are being reminded of the signs, created by the county, encouraging boaters not to dump scallop shells in the waterways.

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