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A preliminary assessment by City Staff finds a large amount of vegetative debris hasbeen generated from Hurricane Irma.
FOR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
The amount of material will not be collected normally as it is possible that the amount of vegetative debris will increase as homeowners continue to clean yards and place debris for collection at the curb. The City has contracted w...
The Annual Ride has been rescheduled for Sunday March 4, 2018 and registration is re-opened for those riders that have not registered.
As many of you know the Trail had been closed due safety concerns sustained from Hurricane Irma. Good news is that the Trail has reopened and the Annual Bike Ride normally held the first Sunday in October has been rescheduled for March 4, 2018 s...
Citrus County is eligible for Individual Assistance. Residents who sustained losses can begin applying for assistance by registering on line. Find updated information here.
You may apply on line for assistance by registering at www.DisasterAssistance.gov. Residents are also encouraged to download the FEMA App to begin registration process. Click on Disaster Resources. If you do not have access to the internet, you may regist...
Elected Officials meet the 1st & 3rd Tuesday monthly at 5:30pm.
The meetings are held in the Council Chambers of the Inverness Government Center. Council agendas meeting minutes are on the City website under Your Government banner. Email contact
information: CItyClerk@Inverness-FL.Gov or you may call 352-726-...
Updates on the Infantry Memorial, City Garden, Visitor Center and Inverness Depot District
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 22, 2017
Liz Fernley, email@example.com, (352) 726-2611 x 1306
Inverness Infantry Memorial is a spec...
remain in effect. Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) has announced that watering restrictions implemented earlier this year are extended thru the end of October 1, 2017.