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Right of Entry Statement

Homeowners' Associations (HOAs), those living on private roads and individuals living in private communities without an HOA must fill out a Right of Entry form to allow the county to pick up storm debris in their communities. The form must be fully completed, signed, and mailed to Road Operations, P.O. Box 7800, Tavares, FL 32778. Road Operations can be reached by phone at 352-343-6439. The form is required to grant permission to the contractor to work on these roads after a storm. Construction and demolition debris are not included and will not be collected in these private communities.

Alternatively, completed Right of Entry Statement forms can be email to rightofentry@lakecountyfl.gov.

Download the Right of Entry Statement

The Lake County Public Works Department is responsible for the construction and maintenance of roads as well as water quality and water quantity improvements in the unincorporated area of Lake County. The Department also handles environmental services and solid waste operations such as the garbage disposal, recycling and hazardous waste.

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