Fire User Fee Class Action Suit

A hearing took place on May 10, 2022 at the Marion County Judicial Center. Details on the disbursement of funds can be found at Questions should be directed to the claims administrator, The Notice Company Inc., via email at
  • or by telephone at 1-800-241-9840. We appreciate your patience.


    Se llevó a cabo una audiencia el 10 de mayo de 2022 en el Centro Judicial del Condado de Marion. Los detalles sobre el desembolso de fondos se pueden encontrar en Las preguntas deben dirigirse al administrador de reclamos, The Notice Company Inc., por correo electrónico a o por teléfono al 1-800-241-9840. Nosotros apreciamos su paciencia.


    Darren Park
    Public Works Director

    1805 NE 30th Ave. Building 300
    Ocala, FL 34470

    Phone: (352) 351-6733
    Fax: (352) 351-6731
    Sanitation Hotline: (352) 351-6698

    Monday through Friday,
    7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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    Public Works Entrance
    Streets Division
    Traffic Division 2017
    Stormwater Division
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    Public Works

    The Public Works Department is a diverse department that takes pride in its work and directly contributes every day to making Ocala a great place to live, play and prosper. The Public Works Department consists of six different divisions that are funded by four separate funds:  General Fund, Sanitation, Gas Tax and Stormwater Utility. The department provides a variety of public health and safety services. These services include streets, sidewalks, traffic signs and signals, pavement markings, and Stormwater maintenance. Health services include sanitation and mosquito control. The department provided diverse operations with a high incidence of direct customer and contractor involvement. The department is also responsible for essential emergency management services including storm preparedness and storm disaster recovery operations.

    The Public Works Department operates on the principle of continuous improvement. We work hard to streamline our operations, by examining what we do, why we do it and how we do it. This continuous improvement allows us to achieve more with less. This is in line with the City’s strategic goals of fiscal sustainability and operational excellence. By operating as we do, we will help the City accomplish its primary goal and make Ocala a great place to live, play and prosper.


    Traffic Operations Visit our Stormwater Operations Info Sanitation Operations Mosquito Control Street Operations


    City of Ocala Special Waste Amnesty Day is Saturday, April 22

    The City of Ocala, in partnership with Green For Life (GFL), will conduct a special waste amnesty day Saturday, April 22, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The collection site is located at NE 14th Street and NE Eighth Avenue.

    Special waste consists of household hazardous waste and electronics. Neither of these types of waste is permitted to be picked up with the regularly scheduled residential waste collection. Special waste from businesses will not be collected.

    Examples of hazardous waste items accepted:

    • Lawn and garden chemicals
    • Paint, paint thinners and gasoline
    • Cleaning fluids
    • Fluorescent bulbs
    • Used oil and filters
    • Auto batteries
    • Pool chemicals
    • Aerosol cans

    Examples of electronic items accepted:

    • Answering machines
    • Battery chargers
    • Computers, keyboards and monitors
    • Small copiers, printers and fax machines
    • CD/DVD/Blu-ray players
    • Stereos and televisions

    For more information, please call the City of Ocala Residential Sanitation Department at 352-351-6697.