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Casselberry City Overview:
The history of Casselberry is rooted in the planting of ferns. The city was named after fern grower Hibbard Casselberry, who came to the area in 1926, bought about 3,000 acres, and turned the city into one of the world's largest producers of ferns. From those beginnings, Casselberry has developed into a popular town for young couples with a population of more than 25,000.

Recreation:
Secret Lake, north of Lake Triplett in the center of the city, is popular for picnicking and boating. Wirz Park, on Mark David Boulevard, has a swimming pool, basketball courts, and a baseball field. Three city parks, Red Bug Lake Park, Secret Lake, and Wirz Park offer wholesome recreation. Red Bug Lake Park, a 50 acre retreat (with nature trails, lighted tennis, racquetball, basketball and softball field), has a small beach with boat ramps. Casselberry prides itself on having 18 beautiful lakes and a world-class dog racing facility. Parimutuel betters are attracted to the Seminole Greyhound Park and the Orlando/Seminole Jai-Alai, the world's fastest sport.

Residential Communities:
Casselberry residents are young (34 is the median age) and 65 percent are homeowners. The residential areas are mostly moderately priced homes that are popular with young families. Upscale condominium communities are a growing trend in the housing market, but single-family homes are still the preferred lifestyle in this area. Familiar neighborhoods include Carriage Hill, Howell Park, Wyndam Hills, and Indian Hills.

Education:
Casselberry has three elementary schools and one middle school.

Local Government:
Casselberry's local government is run by a mayor-city manager and four commissioners. The commissioner-manager system has an appointed city manager who is responsible for the daily operation of the city. The mayor and city commissioners serve three year terms.

Services:

Auto Tags:
You must obtain Florida license plates and a Florida vehicle registration within 30 days of relocating to the state. For more information, call (407) 830-5363

Electric:
Florida Power Corp. provides electricity to Casselberry. They require a deposit of $130, two forms of identification, and a copy of the lease or deed for the residence. For service, call (407) 629-1010.

Telephone:
Sprint Telephone Florida provides local telephone service for Casselberry. The installation fee is $50.00. For service, call (407) 339-1811.

Occupational License:
If your business is in an incorporated city, you must obtain a city occupational license and an occupational license from the county. Licenses may be obtained at State Road 436 at Wilshire Plaza in Casselberry.

Shopping:
Butler Plaza, Semoran Boulevard and Howell Branch Road - Contains over 30 specialty stores, plus Ross and a supermarket.
Home Shopping Club Outlet, State Road 436 - Contains Sam's Discount Store and numerous electronics stores.
Lake Howell Square Center, State Road 436 - Movie theaters, Wal-Mart, Border Cantina, 25 specialty stores.
Five to Ten minute drive to major area shopping malls: new mall at Tuscawilla, and the Altamonte Mall.

Chamber of Commerce
Greater Seminole County Chamber
4590 South Highway 17-92
Casselberry, FL 32707
(407) 834-4404

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Gene Brown
Gene Brown
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