Venice City Hall will be closed Monday, Jan. 21 for the observance of the holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

Garbage, yard waste and recyclables will be collected as usual. 


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treeThe Parks Division of the Public Works Department maintains 17 parks located throughout the city and various municipal facilities, medians, rights-of-way and reserve areas. Maintenance of these areas consist of mowing, edging, trimming, watering, mulching, planting, fertilization, pest control, irrigation and maintenance of equipment located at various city facilities and playgrounds. The division maintains more than 6,000 trees. The citywide irrigation system consists of 25 separate systems, 16 wells, six systems on potable water and three on reuse water. There are more than 140 zones, 2,300 spray heads and in excess of 31,000 feet of underground drip line.

Adopt-a-Park Program

Public Works launched an Adopt-a-Park Program for City parks in October 2018.

This program is for interested citizen groups, schools and businesses to assist the City in beautifying its parks by volunteering to pick up trash and litter, cleaning various park amenities and performing other minor maintenance tasks. Interested participants would need to commit their services at the selected park a minimum of four times a year, beginning after Jan. 1, 2019. The City shall provide a 12”x18” sign in the selected park to recognize the participating group or business.

Click here for the application package. Please send completed applications by email to, or hard copy to the attention of Tricia Matero, City of Venice Public Works Department, 221 S. Seaboard Ave., Venice, FL 34285. You can also call Tricia at 941-882-7362. Adopt-a-Park applications will be evaluated in the order they are received.