Find out some interesting, and potentially deadly, facts that you probably didn't know about these annoying insects.
Also see: Citrus County Mosquito Control
Citrus and Hernando residents invited to give input on transportation projects
The Hernando/Citrus Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is giving residents, from both counties, 30 days to give their opinions on future transportation projects. Input on road and trail improvements, public transportation and bicycle lane projects will be incorporated into the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan. This plan relies heavily on public input to identify and prioritize projects and transportation needs for the next 6- to 25-year period.
For more information call Hernando/Citrus MPO at (352) 754-4057.
"Two Good Soles" Shoes & Socks Drive
The Citrus County Nature Coast Volunteer Center is collecting "new" shoes and socks for our local youth in rememberence of 9/11.
Why you should adopt a "senior" Pet.
I know, I know, puppies are just so irresistable!
However, find out why you should consider adopting one of our "older" dogs (or cats) at the Citrus County Animal Shelter.
Are You Ready For Home Ownership?
The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) has assisted 24 happy families purchase homes in Citrus County. Do you want to be next? Currently, we have six (6) beautiful, remodeled, energy efficient homes available for purchase. Read on to learn how NSP can help you achieve the dream of home ownership!
- You can Volunteer at numerous locations throughout the County.
- Seniors on the Move program invites you to go shopping, to the movies, go out to eat, find out more!
- Learn about Health & Nutrition at the Senior Centers
- Bicentennial Park Pool has an accessible handicap ramp with supporting hand rails and a water wheel chair!
- You can search for a county park or beach by amenity or city.
Have you lost your pet?
There are a lot of folks here in Citrus County that do not know to call Citrus County Animal Services in the case that their pet is lost or missing.
You can either visit the Citrus County Animal Shelter at 4030 S. Airport Rd., Inverness, FL., or you can visit their website at www.citruscritters.com to see if your pet had been brought to the shelter.
Their website is live - meaning if your pet has been brought to the shelter, and has been impounded, you will have instant access to see if your pet is there. Visit this page to see our adoptable animals and/or to see if your lost/missing pet has been brought to the shelter.