The City Parks & Recreation Department will close the following facilities due to damage caused by Hurricane Irma.
Debris clearing in the City of Kissimmee will start Monday, September 18th in the downtown area and move outward to the other sections of the City.
The Kissimmee Gateway Airport resumed operations at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 12.
Red Light Camera Court scheduled for Wednesday, September 13 will be rescheduled for October 11 at 9:00 a.m.
Development Services will have a special table for Contractor Registration on Tuesday, September 12th.
Sanitation Services will resume on Tuesday, September 12th.
The City of Kissimmee administrative offices will be closed on Tuesday, September 12th. City Commission will be reschedule for Sept. 19th.
Osceola County residents can continue to access materials to fill and make sand bags at several locations, starting Thursday from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Osceola County residents will be provided materials to fill and make sand bags at several locations beginning from noon until 7:00 p.m.
A Declaration of Emergency was made by the Board of County Commissioners during a special meeting.
Mayor Jose Alvarez released the following statement regarding the tragic incident involving 2 Kissimmee Police Officers
Mayor Jose Alvarez arrived from a business trip to Puerto Rico that focused on creating educational partnerships.
City Commission voted unanimously to select Alternative 1 for the Kissimmee Corridor Planning and Concept Development Study.
New video series will allow residents to quickly learn about events and projects happening in the City.
Phase IV of the Lakeshore Boulevard Improvement Project is set to begin on Monday, August 21st.
To expand the driveway entrance to Valencia College, Denn John Lane will have a temporary lane closure.
Over 500 backpacks were distributed during the annual Back to School Jam.
Partnership helps solve the Weinan Hotel Incident.
"Impact Families" pilot program will provide some relief to the homeless problem in Orange and Osceola counties.
East Central Florida Regional Planning Council is the NADO Awards Recipient for their work in creating the Kissimmee Medical Arts District.