About the City of Mascotte:

Located in the southwestern portion of Lake County, Mascotte is bordered by Groveland, Leesburg and Sumter County.                         Mascotte's population is 6,600 (USCB), with much growth planned to create future commercial and industrial growth, as well as the supporting residential population.

Established in the late 1800's and incorporated in 1925, the City of Mascotte "Celebrates its Culture and Community," promoting diversity and quality of life.

The City of Mascotte provides a full range of municpal services, including police; administrative and financial services, community and economic development, code enforcement, public services, water, refuse and recycling, and parks and recreation.

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Mascotte Police Department "Cruiser for the Cause" was a Successful Fundraiser

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Habitat for Humanity Breaks Ground in the City of Mascotte

Habitat Groundbreaking

Habitat for Humanity Lake-Sumter Youth Construction Academy in partnership with local schools, community partners and affiliates broke ground on a new construction home located at 212 N. Florida Ave., August 31, 2021. Habitat is a nonprofit organization that helps to build strong and stable communities.

City of Mascotte officials participated in the groundbreaking ceremony and proudly support Habitat for Humanity, as well as other housing projects in the community.

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citrus sign

The City of Mascotte has recently installed Citrus Label Tour sign at Tedder/Thomas Memorial Civic Center

Florida’s Lake County Historical Society will kick off the Lake County Citrus Label Tour with dedication ceremonies at 12 locations in nine cities Aug. 23-26.

This informative driving tour is steeped in the history of the county’s citrus industry. At each of 12 locations on the tour, large two-sided signs will each feature two antique citrus label reproductions. Citrus families and organizations, local dignitaries and elected official will participate in a dedication ceremony at the Mascotte Civic Center Aug. 26 at 10 a.m.