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Recent Events


Here are some of the events that have been happening around our District 3! For more events, information and updates about what is going on around the District check out our Facebook page! Click Here for our March Newsletter!

February 21- Neighborhood Watch Leaders Forum

On Wednesday, February 21, Faye Henderson was awarded Block Captain of the Year at the Neighborhood Watch Leaders Forum. Being part of your neighborhood watch is very important because it will help our Police Department. The neighborhood watch leaders are the eyes and ears of the Orlando Police Department and they make sure to contact any suspicious activity to 9-1-1. This group of citizens are devoted to preventing crime and vandalism in our District 3. If you want to get more involved please Click Here!

February 10- Mitchell L. Nutter Event

On Saturday, February 10, we honored the sacrifice of Orlando Police Officer Mitchell L. Nutter with a memorial in his honor. We celebrated the 50th anniversary of Nutter’s death in the line of duty at Mitchell L. Nutter Park. It was an amazing event that helped us remember those who have passed away in the line of duty and also helped us recognize all first responders for their contribution to the City of Orlando.

January 26- NFL PRO BOWL Revitalization Project

On Friday, January 26, the NFL joined the City of Orlando and LIFT Orlando at Orange Center Elementary School to kick off Pro Bowl Week festivities and host a tree planting project as part of an Orlando-based neighborhood revitalization project!  We helped build a Rosemont community garden with the help of local students.

January 8- Oath of Office Ceremony

On Monday, January 8, I had the honor and privilege to take the Oath of Office for the fourth time as the District 3 representative on Orlando’s City Council. It is an honor that I don’t take lightly and a privilege to serve that means so much to me. As we look toward the next four years, I’m excited about the energy within our District and our city. The renewed interest in city politics has encouraged me and will help us make our neighborhoods and our city even better for those who live, work, play and raise a family.I am humbled by this opportunity and excited about what we can accomplish in the next four years!

July 25- Rosemont Kids’ Cleanup Club

On Friday, July 25, youth from the Rosemont Neighborhood Center’s Middle Teen Program cleaned up the entry points into their community.

Rosemont Clean Up 1


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