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Brad Johnson has accepted a conditional offer to serve as an assistant county administrator, Sarasota County Administrator Jonathan Lewis announced June 6.
Low-income residents could cut their energy and water costs by more than $150 per year under a new Sarasota County program launching this summer.
Sarasota County Libraries and Historical Resources has launched a new all-in-one library mobile app, offering a new way to streamline your library experience.
Sarasota County is reminding the community to skip using nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer on your lawn and landscape from June 1 through Sept. 30, as part of an effort to keep the community's waterways healthy.
Beat the heat and activate your brain power this summer with Sarasota County's Civics 101. This citizen's academy is an opportunity for residents to get a closer look at their local government with presentations, tours, and hands-on activities.
The Kids' Summer Beach Runs are offered every week this summer beginning Tuesday, June 5, at Siesta Beach, 948 Beach Road, Siesta Key; and Wednesday, June 6, at Brohard Beach, 1600 Harbor Drive, Venice. The free event continues weekly until Aug. 7, at Siesta Beach and Aug. 8, at Brohard Beach.
05/24/2018 2:30 AM
Now that hurricane season has arrived, should the area be threatened by a tropical storm or hurricane, Sarasota County Government will suspend publication of its regular e-newsletters and begin sharing important storm updates via a separate e-newsletter.
05/23/2018 11:15 AM
Sarasota County Fire Chief Michael Regnier has lifted the countywide recreational burn ban that was put in place on April 4.
More than 100 volunteers took part in the fourth annual 2018 Seagrass Survey, an event that provided a hands-on opportunity to identify seagrass species and collect data for Sarasota County's Seagrass Monitoring Program.
It's time to clean out the garage and gather discarded household items, appliances, junk, tree trimmings and other garbage as Sarasota County will hold a free community cleanup in the Proctor/Wilkinson neighborhood from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 19.
Sarasota County now has a transportation plan in place to assist residents with getting to a hurricane evacuation center if they do not have a means of transportation or cannot drive themselves.
As summer approaches and trips to the beach become more frequent, Sarasota County is reminding all visitors and residents to keep light out of sight during sea turtle nesting season.
Sarasota County is encouraging property owners, both year-round and seasonal, to sign up for the CodeRED alert notification system.
A ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Mid County Tax Collector Office at 6100 Sawyer Loop Road will be held at 9 a.m., Wednesday, May 2.
Residents who are looking for inspiration and guidance on their next neighborhood project need look no further: Sarasota County has announced a series of "Neighborhood Stories" to do just that.
Residents and visitors are invited to ride Sarasota County Area Transit (SCAT) buses for free on Friday, April 20.
Sarasota County has issued an air advisory for elevated ozone levels and/or the potential for elevated ozone levels that fall within the "unhealthy for sensitive groups" category, per Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) national ambient air quality standards for public health.
Lee Hayes Byron has accepted a conditional offer to become the new director of Sarasota County UF/IFAS Extension and Sustainability, it was announced Wednesday.
04/05/2018 8:46 AM