Category Archives: News

  1. Avoid being Scammed during the Holidays

    E-Skimming for the Holidays E-skimming happens when a hacker inserts malicious credential-stealing software into a retailer’s website. While you are checking out with your credit card or debit card, the hacker is stealing your payment information from the shopping cart in real-time. They may even be using your card or selling the information on the…

  2. The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall

    From November 8th to the 11th, the City of Sanford’s Fort Mellon Park will be displaying a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC. This replica is over 280 feet wide, 6 feet tall, and has over 58,000 names of our fallen American heroes. It will be open and free to the public…

  3. Age Friendly Helmet Event for Mobility Week

    This Saturday, October 26th, the Office of Health Promotion and Education is holding an event for Mobility Week to encourage safe mobility. At this age friendly event, attendant can will receive a free bicycle helmet and have a helmet fitted by a certified bike helmet technician. This event will  be held from 9 AM- 12…

  4. Housing Project

    HOUSING PROJECT We were awarded a new grant to provide free legal advice to additional tenants having eviction/housing issues starting starting this October. We will be providing free legal services to low income persons living in Seminole County with housing issues such as eviction, maintenance, utility shut off and security deposit returns. Housing Project Flyer…

  5. Hurricane Dorian

    As Hurricane Dorian nears us, remember to register for text alerts from Seminole County Emergency Management for updates on the storm in Seminole County. Text “Dorian” to 888-777 for updates. We will be following the Seminole County courthouse schedule regarding closures, unless the legal aid office suffers damage or loss of electricity from the hurricane. …