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Osceola County Sheriff
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Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce
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City of Kissimmee
City of St. Cloud
New Comer Resources
Animals are required to be registered annually with the County, be on a leash or within a fenced area. Osceola County Animal Control, 3910 Old Canoe Creek Rd., St. Cloud, FL 34769. Phone 407-343-7101.
Auto License Plates
Anyone with a vehicle is required to have a Florida license immediately upon residency or employment in Osceola County, or upon placing a child in school. To register your vehicle, you will need title, car registration, and proof of Florida insurance. County Tag Agency Office, 1300 9th Street, St. Cloud, FL 34769.
Boats used in Florida waters must be registered with the County Tax Collectors Office within 20 days of purchase. Boats registered in another state do not need a Florida license if they are used in Florida less than 90 days. For more information call 407-742-4000.
Bright House provides cable services for most of the City of St. Cloud and parts of Osceola County: Customer service – 407-847-8001. ComCast provides cable services for parts of Osceola County: Customer Service – 877-760-5341.
The entire 15 square miles of the City of St. Cloud is connected to the Internet by means of many overlapping receiver antenna towers that transmit a signal which your computer picks up. This CyberSpot Wi-Fi, wireless fidelity, is offered free of charge to residents of the City of St. Cloud. St. Cloud is the first city in the nation to offer free wireless Internet service to all its city residents. For information call 1-888-499-4971. Use Pin number 600102.
New Florida residents must obtain a Florida driver?s license within 30 days of establishing residency, registering to vote, or placing a child in school. This may be done at the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles, Drivers License Division, 192 & Partin Settlement Rd., Kissimmee, FL. Phone 407-846-5240. Florida driver?s handbooks are available at the Chamber of Commerce.
Electrical Service, Water & Sewer, Natural & Propane Gas
OUC – The Reliable One manages the St. Cloud electrical system. New residential connections can be made at 1300 9th Street, St. Cloud, FL 34769. For OUC Customer Service, call 407-957-7373. Water and sewer services are provided by the City of St. Cloud. Public Works Department is located in the Municipal Building at 1300 9th Street. Phone 407-957-7347. Natural Gas is provided by Kissimmee/St. Cloud Gas Company, 407-847-3582.
Establishing Florida Residency
Legal residency in Florida may be established in one of two ways: By filing a Declaration of Domicile at the Clerk of the Circuit Court office, Osceola County Court House, 407-343-3500; or by registering to vote at the Supervisor of Elections Office, 2509 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, FL 34744. Phone 407-742-6000.
Freshwater and saltwater fishing licenses are mandatory for residents between the ages of 16 and 65. Visitors may obtain 7 or -10 day, non-resident licenses from the Osceola County Tax Collector’s Office: 407-742-4000, online at Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission: www.myfwc.com, local bait and tackle shops, sporting goods stores, such as Wal-Mart and K-Mart.
Osceola County Health Department: 407-343-2000. Center for Women and Family Health, 1050 Grape Ave., St. Cloud FL 34769. Phone 407-943-8699. WIC program, St. Cloud: 407-943-8679.
A license is required for anyone to hunt or attempt to take game or fur-bearing animals. There is a special season, legal methods, bag limits, requirements, and regulations. Consult the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission?s hunting handbook available at 407-846-5300, online at myfwc.com, or at 1601 Scotty?s Rd., Kissimmee 34744.