Events & Activities

Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony

Tuesday, July 16, 6:00 p.m.
Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Preserve, 423 Lafayette Blvd.

The public is invited to join Oldsmar City Officials and Members of our Staff for our Dedication Ceremony of the Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Preserve Rain Garden.

The Rain Garden was created to serve as an educational tool to inform the Oldsmar community of the benefits of using natural measures for stormwater management and filtration.

Learn more about this event on the online calendar.

Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony with flowers in background
Unveil the Trail logo

Unveil the Trail

Oldsmar's First Interactive Pop-Up Art Project

“Unveil the Trail” is a unique interaction art project that requires water and a sense of adventure. Beginning Wednesday, May 8, residents can pick up a free spray bottle (limit one per family) at City Hall, Public Library, State Street Center and Cypress Forest Recreation Center (while supplies last). Or, you can bring your bottle along. To participate, find the designated yard sign and a distinctive orange footprint. Then spray or splash water over the designated area to reveal a set of native Floridian animal footprints at specific locations around Oldsmar. A promotional flyer to help match the prints will be on-site. To find select areas, visit OldsmarPopUpArt.com