Cover your pool
Simply covering your pool with a pool cover (otherwise known as a solar cover or thermal blanket) helps the environment in the following ways: it keeps both water and heat from evaporating at dramatic rates and it helps keep pool chemicals, if you use them, from polluting the air.

Watering Restrictions


Allowed watering times:
12:00 midnight to 10:00 am, or 4:00 pm to 12:00 midnight.

Allowed watering days:
Thursday & Sundays = Even numbered and no numbered addresses.
Wednesday & Saturday = Odd numbered addresses.

For more details on watering restrictions in your area, please check with your city management.


2016-17 Tentative Budget Seminole SWCD


Seminole Soil & Water Conservation District, as a member of the Florida Association of Special Districts (FASD), is required by Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) to post a tentative budget -


• New Requirement Effective October 1, 2016: keep the tentative budget on the website for at least 45 days

NOTE: This budget is currently not funded 



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2016 Poster Contest "We All Need Trees"

2016 was our 2nd contiguous year hosting the annual contest. We are pleased to announce over 75 entries were received  from students of both public and private schools within Seminole County.

Seminole Soil & Water Conservation District hosted the presentation of awards on February 9, 2016. The room was full of anticipation as contestants waited for their name to be called announcing their entry as 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.  

The 1st place winner of each grade category will move forward to the Association of Florida Conservation Districts’ Area 3 contest (Spring 2016) and potentially continue to their state (Summer 2016) and national levels (Winter 2016).

We wish all the winners continued success in this process and we will advise the students of their progress in these contests.

 A good time was had by all! 






















































Special appreciation to our generous sponsors!

Karen Almond
Edmund H. Young
James & Carol Young
Corporate Sponsors
2016 Meeting Calendar

2016 Public Meeting Notice

The Seminole Soil & Water Conservation District holds

monthly regularly scheduled meetings conducted on the

2nd Tuesday of each month at the following address:


Public Meetings

6:00pm - 7:30pm


2016 Dates:

             January 12                    July 12

              February 9                   August 9

              March 8                        September 13

              April 12                        October 11

              May 10                         November 15

              June 14                        December 13


City of Longwood, Commission Chambers

175 W Warren Street, Longwood, FL 32750


For further information, contact

Judith Benson, Chair

Seminole Soil & Water Conservation District



Updates, Agendas and Minutes are posted

Welcome to is the official website for the Seminole Soil & Water Conservation District (SSWCD).  The SSWCD is an elected board and was created under the State's regulatory code. Individual districts act as a liaison between other government agencies, private organizations, and the public at large.

soil and water conservationThrough our relationship with the Florida Department of Agriculture and the NRCS - National Resources Conservation Service, our mission is to educate land users and water consumers, promote natural conservation technology and to provide the best land and water use management practices that will conserve, improve, and sustain the natural environment of Seminole County Florida.

As a conservation district we are charged with providing service to the citizens of our county. As elected officials we are subject to the will of the people.

 Thanks for visiting and please contact us with any suggestions you have.

2015 Poster Contest

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Theme:  Local Heroes - Our Hardworking Pollinators

Seminole Soil & Water Conservation District and Conserve All Ways are seeking sponsors for our upcoming poster contest to be held county-wide in
Seminole County Public Schools and private schools within the county.

The theme, Local Heroes - Our Hardworking Pollinators, provides an educational opportunity for youth to better understand and help these beneficial and beautiful insects. One of the most beloved pollinator, the Monarch butterfly, once flourished in Central Florida with their numbers spreading as far north as Canada and then wintering in the Florida Keys and Cuba. Students will also learn why we need to help the bees, our most beneficial and hard
working pollinator.

Contestants will participate in five age appropriate ranges (K-1, 2-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12) locally winning cash prizes. Winners of the Seminole County competition move up to the regional competition with opportunities to advance to state and national competitions.

Without your help, the children of Seminole County may not be able to participate in this educational competition. We ask you consider which sponsorship level is appropriate for your organization or as an individual.

Click here to download a sponsorship form (.pdf file).

Thank you for your time, consideration and participation.
Judith C. Benson, Chair

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The Seminole Soil Water Conservation District Board Meetings are held monthly and the public is welcome to attend.  Please check out our calendar for dates of our meetings.  And, you can preview upcoming meeting agendas and review the minutes from past meetings by going to our Meetings page.
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