Seminole County 415 - Celery Avenue

Seminole County 415 east
Seminole County 415 (Celery Avenue) ends at Florida 415 near its crossing of the St. Johns River into Volusia County. Florida 415 south ends nearby at Florida 46 at Lake Mary Boulevard, the 2006-completed extension. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Seminole County 415 west
Begin Seminole County 415 shield posted at the beginning of Celery Avenue as it leads north from Florida 415 near the Osteen Bridge. Seminole 415 turns west at Peninsula Point (original Florida 415) for suburban areas north of Midway. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Typical scene along Seminole County 415 (Celery Avenue) west within the Canaan and Midway areas. The scenery is deceptive as suburban sprawl lies ahead. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Seminole County 415 (Celery Avenue) wholly enters the city of Sanford near Scott Avenue. Photo taken 02/29/08.
A traffic light resides at the intersection with Mellonville Road (unsigned Seminole County 4201) on Celery Avenue west. Mellonville Road heads south to Florida 46 (East 25th Street) near the airport and north to Seminole Boulevard on the shores of Lake Monroe. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Seminole County 415 dog legs along Sanford Avenue between Celery Avenue and 13th Street. Sanford Avenue heads south to Seminole County 425 / 427 and Ronald Reagan Boulevard and north to the Sanford Civic Center at 1st Street. Photo taken 02/29/08.
Turning southward onto Sanford Avenue, Seminole County 415 travels one block before the western turn onto 13th Street. Photo taken 02/29/08.

Seminole County 415 remains well signed through its turns around Sanford Avenue, including this reassurance shield on 13th Street west. Photo taken 02/29/08.
13th Street westbound at Park Avenue (unsigned Seminole County 4213). Park Avenue continues Park Drive north from Florida 46 (25th Street) into historic downtown Sanford, ending at Seminole Boulevard by Sanford City Hall and the Seminole County Courthouse. Photo taken 02/29/08.
The end of Seminole County 415 west occurs at U.S. 17-92 (French Avenue) south of downtown. French Avenue consists of a five-lane commercial boulevard leading south from Lake Monroe to Orlando Drive at Park Drive. Florida 46 utilizes the U.S. highway pair between its routes along 25th Street and 1st Street, though the overlap is vastly unsigned (the shield pictured here is a misnomer). Photo taken 02/29/08.

Page Updated October 2, 2008.

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