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Lane/Ramp Closures

New Alert:
Lane Closure on WB SR-408 from Parramore Avenue to Rio Grande Avenue: 1 left lane closed.
Thursday 06/04/2015 – 9:00 PM–6:00 AM: Utility work

New Alert:
Lane Closure on WB SR-408 from I-4 to Tampa Avenue: 1 left lane closed.
Friday 06/05/2015 – 9:00 PM–10:00 AM: Milling and paving

New Alert:
Overnight Lane Closure on WB SR-408 from Orange Avenue to Tampa Avenue: 2 left lanes, switching to 2 right lanes.
Sunday 06/07/2015 – 9:00 PM–6:00 AM: Paving and striping

New Alert:
New Traffic Pattern on WB SR-408 at Orange Avenue: traffic shifted approximately 1 lane to the left.
Begins Monday 06/08/2015 at 6:00 AM: Create construction work zone

New Alert:
Intermittent Nightly Lane Closures on WB SR-408 from Parramore Avenue to Tampa Avenue: 1 right lane closed.
Monday 06/08/2015 – Friday 06/12/2015 - 9:00 PM–6:00 AM: Install barrier wall

New Alert:
Intermittent Daily Lane Closure on WB Winter Park Street from Dade Avenue to Formosa Avenue: 1 lane closed.
From Monday 06/15/15 to Friday 07/24/15 - 09:00 AM–04:00 PM: Pile driving
Updated:
Continuous Road Closure on Midiron Drive at Minnesota Avenue: all lanes closed.
Beginning Monday 06/01/2015: Install drainage 
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Safety Notice
Safety is FDOT's highest priority, so please:
  • Follow the posted speed limits and pay attention to signs and work zone flaggers
  • Dedicate your full attention to the roadway – avoid using your cell phone, changing radio stations and other distractions
  • Work zones are changing environments; keep an eye out for workers and their equipment, as well as lane and ramp closures and traffic shifts
  • Allow at least two car lengths between you and the vehicle in front of you
  • Always allow extra time to get to your destination
  • Take extra care when driving at night and in rainy weather – use your headlights
  • Know before you go and get real-time traffic information by dialing 511 or visitingwww.fl511.com
  • Follow the law – buckle up and obey the “Move Over” law
  • Remember that construction is a temporary situation for a permanent fix – a better I-4

Sanford Museum display tells Seminole State College’s 50-year history Free exhibit will continue through Aug. 31

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Sanford Museum display tells Seminole State College’s 50-year history Free exhibit will continue through Aug. 31 SANFORD, Fla. (June 2, 2015) -- The Seminole State College Library, in partnership with the City of Sanford, is presenting “Celebrating 50 Years of Changing Lives (1965-2015),” an exhibit at the Sanford Museum. The exhibit, through photos and memorabilia from the college’s archives, tells the story of Seminole State’s 50-year history. The exhibit is curated by Barbara Hilderbrand, manager of Library Technical Services, and Library Technical Assistants Alberto Valentin and David Spencer. “We are excited to partner with the City of Sanford on this historic exhibit,” says Erika Wayne, director of Seminole State libraries. “It’s fitting that the exhibit is in Downtown Sanford, as the idea for a public college was born there 50 years ago.” The exhibit continues through Aug. 31. The museum is located at 520 E. First St. in Sanford, and admission is free. For museum hours and more information, please visit: www.sanfordfl.gov or call 407.688.5198. Seminole State is celebrating its 50th anniversary with events throughout the year. For more information, please visit seminolestate.edu/50. Governor Haydon Burns signed legislation creating what would become Seminole State College on June 4, 1965. From Orange Grove to Alma Mater Seminole State College of Florida is celebrating 50 years of changing lives. The College opened as the first public college in the area in a former citrus grove. Today, Seminole State serves more than 30,000 students with campuses in Altamonte Springs, Heathrow, Oviedo and Sanford/Lake Mary. For more about the college, visit www.seminolestate.edu, like them on Facebook: facebook.com/seminolestate, and follow them on Twitter: @seminolestate.