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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:
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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.
Waste Management is contracted to collect household trash on Tuesday and Friday. Yard waste is collected on Wednesday. Recyclables are collected on Wednesday.
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.