The City of Mount Dora is committed to being open to public suggestions and comments in regards to residents concerns. We have provided links to Frequently Asked Questions for residents and visitors to help increase awareness on the various projects and agenda items in the city.
If you do not feel your question or detail has not been addressed, please feel free to contact your city council:
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Mayor Nick Girone
Vice Mayor Cathy Hoechst
Council Member At-Large Harmon Massey
Council Member Laurie Tillett
Council Member Cal Rolfson
Council Member John Tucker
Council Member Marc Crail
According to City Code 74.210 City-sponsored event shall mean that the City of Mount Dora, solely or in partnership with another entity, conducts and/or financially supports the event; after determining that the event either: (1) provides a local commemoration of a national holiday; (2) provides cultural or recreational experiences to city residents that are not otherwise publically available in the community; or (3) significantly enhances tourism or other forms of economic development. Temporary shall mean no longer than seven consecutive days nor more than a total of 15 special event dates in a single calendar year for non city-sponsored special events. City sponsored special events are not subject to time limitations.
The city is looking into trash compactors to replace dumpsters in these areas and have reached out to Waste Management, who the city has a contract with, to determine how these systems work, size, cost and number of compactors.
WaWa Roadway Improvement Information
The off-site roadway improvements for the Wawa project located at the southwest corner of US Hwy. 441 and Morningside Drive are reviewed and permitted by both Florida Dept. of Transportation (FDOT) and Lake County. The applicant has coordinated with both agencies on the design and configuration improvements with these agencies. The permitting jurisdiction is with these agencies.
Clayton Street Traffic Study
After two concerns from citizens came in, one being speeders on Clayton Street and another concerning safety and children walking to the bus stop, the Mount Dora Police Department, with the support from the City Manager's office has decided to conduct a traffic study in the area. The study will start just after the Thanksgiving holiday and continue for up to 90 days. This study will be conducted along Clayton Street between 5th and Liberty Avenues. Residents with questions or concerns are encouraged to contact Public Safety Director John O'Grady at 352-735-7130.
As of 9/21/2017 at noon - The City of Mount Dora has received confirmation that Lake John and Lake Gertrude meet the Florida Department of Health’s guideline for Public Bathing Areas. As such, both lakes are safe for human use.
The purpose of the meeting was to assure increased opportunities for members of the community who may be affected by the project, along with local officials, to convey their views concerning the contemplated project and have them considered prior to any final decision.