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Knitting and Crocheting Classes are held every Tuesday at 10 am in the Oakland Meeting Hall.
The CIT coordinator for our department is Sergeant Campbell. She can be reached by calling 407-656-9797 or by e-mail.
The Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center at the Town of Oakland is a beautiful new community gathering space, set in the heart of historic Oakland along the West Orange Trail. The new Center will provide space for art and heritage displays, along with a central location for health and wellness programs. The Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center is committed to preserving Oakland’s past, present and future. “Est. 1887” explores Oakland’s history as the industrial and social hub of Orange County more than 130 years ago. This exhibit, conceptualized in conjunction with the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, features framed historic photographs with descriptive text outlining Oakland’s early history, and was specifically pursued in grant funding from Orange County Arts and Cultural Affairs. Additionally, there will be outdoor spaces for rest and enjoyment, outdoor public restrooms, and an outdoor concession area for snacks and beverages.
Due to COVID-19, The Center’s scheduled opening has been pushed to Fall 2020
Programming will be focused around Oakland’s heritage, culture, fine art and photography, dance, as well as health/wellness initiatives such as health screenings, health education, nutrition classes, fitness and wellness. Oakland’s Jazz Night gatherings will be hosted at the Center.
Due to COVID-19, The Center will open 2 days a week from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. with guided tours by appointment only, followed by two days a week open to the public with limited capacity and distancing, followed by a regular schedule of four days a week, as public health guidelines allow. When fully opened, hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. The Center will be closed on Sunday and Monday. At this time, entry is free.
Volunteers are the core of Oakland’s community and can help the Center promote its mission. A group of volunteers have been screened and cleared through HR but will not be brought to the building until such time it is deemed safe. There is potential for remote duties, such as research, design, letter writing, community outreach and more. In the future, on-site duties will include greeting visitors, answering questions, folding brochures and collating mailings, data entry, and special projects and events.
To request an application, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In case of an emergency dial 911
**DUE TO THE COVID EMERGENCY, FINGERPRINTING SERVICES HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED. WE HOPE TO RESUME WHEN IT IS SAFE TO DO SO.
The Oakland Police Department does roll fingerprints for people from 9:00 a.m. through 11:00 a.m., Tuesday , Wednesday and Thursday, excluding holidays. The cost is $10 per card, we only accept cash and exact change is preferred. We do not provide fingerprint cards. Those people needing to be fingerprinted need to obtain them from the entity requesting the prints.
If you have been involved in an incident or a traffic crash which was investigated by the Oakland Police Department, you may obtain a copy of the report from our records section, located at the Police Station, at 540 E Oakland Avenue. The normal hours for our records section are from 8:30 a.m. until noon and 1 p.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. These reports are generally available 7 days after the incident or crash.
The cost for copying reports is $0.15 for a single sided page and $0.20 for a double sided page. Any administrative costs associated with the copying of reports or other records are in accordance with Florida State Statutes.
Traffic crash reports can also be obtained online at
The Town's Annual Water Quality Report - also known as a Consumer Confidence Report - is made available by July 1, at the latest, every year. You may view the most recent Annual Water Quality Report.
Advanced Disposal is contracted to collect household trash on Tuesday and Friday. Yard waste is collected on Wednesday. Recyclables and bulk pick up are collected on Friday. View Advanced Disposal's flier.
Visit the account-holder portal at Mueller Homeowner Portal. You must have already registered with the front desk at Town Hall to receive your username and password. If you have not already registered, please call 407-656-1117 x2100 or visit the Town Hall at 230 North Tubb Street in Oakland, Florida.
You may report a malfunctioning street lamp to Duke Energy.
There are two ways to obtain a right-of-way permit. You pick one up at the Town Hall front desk, located at 230 N Tubb Street or download the right-of-way permit.
An approved right-of-way permit is required before you plan to modify, construct, or dig within a Town right-of-way. For more information, visit the Public Work's page for R-O-W permits.
The Town of Oakland no longer accepts household hazardous waste items.
If you have latex paint cans that are empty and the leftover paint is dry, you may put them in your garbage can. Remember, latex only.
Please bring household hazardous waste items to the following locations, or to a Community Collection event:
Orange County Landfill
5901 Young Pine Road, Orlando, FL 32829
Open daily, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
McLeod Road Transfer Station
5000 L.B. McLeod Road, Orlando, FL 32811
Days and hours vary, please call ahead of time
Porter Transfer Station
1326 Good Homes Road, Orlando, FL 32819
Thursday – Sunday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
For additional information, including what household hazardous waste items are accepted, and for location of the Community Collection events, please visit the following site:
Steve Koontz, Town Manager, has final authority of the Town Commission agenda. His office can be reached by calling 407-656-1117, ext. 2102.
This can be accomplished through several different methods: - You can view the Commission agenda and its backup by viewing the Town Commission agendas; - You can pick up an agenda at Town Hall during regular business hours on the Friday prior to the Commission meeting (it is recommended that you call 407-656-1117, ext 2104, to make certain that the agenda has been completed).
Register to Vote or contact the Orange County Supervisor of Elections Office at 407-836-2070.