Looking to purchase your first home? Join UF/IFAS Extension Citrus County for the First Time Homebuyer’s class.
Bat maternity season is almost here, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is reminding the public to check their homes and other structures for bats and seal potential entry points.
Are there cracks in your chimney or holes in your siding? Bats and other small mammals can fit into these small spaces, and now is the best time to inspect your home!
No one should simply shake their head and sadly lament the horrific story of child abuse. Instead of passive despair, let these tragic incidents serve as a galvanizing call to action for us all to commit to ending abuse and securing the safety and future of every child in Citrus County.
Yes, we can end child abuse. We can end it when we all become advocates for children.
Florida’s recreational and commercial stone crab claw harvest season opens Oct. 15 in state and federal waters.
New Recreational Trap Requirements
Recreational harvesters who are age 16 and older and fish with traps are now required to complete an online, no-cost recreational stone crab trap registration and place their registration number on their traps before using them.
Beginning Oct, 15, 2019 the Citrus County Animal Shelter will be closing from 1pm-2pm for staff lunches.
The Shelter will be extending public hours for the kennels, which will now remain open along with the front office until 5pm Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 7pm on Thursdays and, 5pm Fridays and Saturdays.
Due to the City of Inverness Liberty and Wallace Parks, and the Dampier Street beautification construction projects taking place at the same time, the Apopka Avenue entrance to the Courthouse Annex (Stoval Building) parking lot is closed temporarily until further notice.
Citizens with business at the Property Appraiser or Tax Collector’s Office may still park in the lot using the Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. entrance.