Maintenance and Solid Waste, and has a combined total of 7 divisions.
For potholes, sidewalk hazards, or any other concerns please notify us by using the Request Tracker. You can also contact us by email, or call 863-471-5115.
The City of Sebring participates in the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program through cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The NPDES program is a Statewide program that is intended to protect waterways from a myriad of potential pollutants. The role of the City in the program is to engage in several key activites.
1.) Public Education & Outreach
2.) Encourage Public Inovlement and Participation
3.) Engage in Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
4.) Establish minimum controls for Construction site stormwater control
5.) Engage in Best Management Practices to eliminate and avoid pollution associated with Municipal Operations.
If you would like to know more about the program, please visit the FDEP website at the following address: http://www.dep.state.fl.us/water/stormwater/npdes/
If you observe activities in your neighborhood or the community that your are concerned might pollute downstream lakes, streams, or other waterways, please contact the City of Sebring Public Works Department and report the occurrence as a potential NPDES Stormwater violation.
Message From the Director
As the City of Sebring continues to progress, it is essential for the Public Works Department to continue to do its part in ensuring that the city’s environment is kept safe, and that its infrastructure is maintained in the most efficient way possible. We strive to maintain a flexible and innovative approach to addressing the needs of the public.
I invite you to review our website and become familiar with it as it has been designed to help answer questions or concerns that you may have. And as always, if you need to contact us, call 863-471-5115.