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District 6


Be a Part of the District 6 Haitian Flag Day Parade

District 6 is now accepting parade entry applications for the Haitian American Art Network, and City of Orlando, District 6 Haitian Flag Day Parade and Community Gathering in the Park on Saturday, May 19. The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. at the Dr. James R. Smith Center and makes its way to Dr. I Sylvester Hankins Park. Apply to be a part of the parade.

Commissioner Samuel B. Ings welcomes you to his website. He is known for making everyone feel right at home in District 6. His programs are inclusive and beneficial to the diverse community residing in District 6. Look for the Commissioner as he is out and about in the neighborhoods, helping residents better themselves and the community.

His strategic vision for District 6 focuses on five key areas:

1. Public Safety
2. Education Preparedness
3. Cultural Embracement
4. Community Beautification
5. Economic Empowerment

To connect with Commissioner Ings on Facebook, please click here or the above header Orlando is Unstoppable.