Saturday, April 22, 2017
Harbor House of Central Florida’s 7th Annual Paws for Peace Walk
Blue Jacket Park, 2501 General Rees Avenue
Mayor Dyer will participate in Harbor House of Central Florida’s 7th Annual Paws for Peace Walk to raise awareness about the impact of domestic abuse on pets and their owners. All proceeds will go to fund veterinary and kennel services for domestic abuse survivors’ pets staying in short-term emergency housing at Harbor House.
Orlando Fire Department Station 2 Community Open House
1203 West Robinson Street
Mayor Dyer and Fire Chief Roderick S. Williams will join with the community for an open house at the new Orlando Fire Department Station 2, the “Pride of Parramore.” The open house is part of OFD’s continued efforts to build relationships with residents to make Orlando a safer community.
Monday, April 24, 2017
Mayor Dyer and the Orlando City Council will hear a workshop entitled “My Brother’s Keeper” presented by City of Orlando Families, Parks and Recreation Director Lisa Early.
City Council Meeting
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
32nd Annual Neighborhood Watch Leaders Forum
Orlando Police Department Headquarters, 1250 West Street
Mayor Dyer will join with City Commissioners and Orlando Police Chief John Mina to recognize the dedicated efforts of local citizens who served as Neighborhood Watch Block Captains in 2016. This is the 32nd year that Orlando has recognized the important role residents and neighborhoods play in crime prevention.
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Puerto Rico Commercial Trade Mission Visit
City Hall Rotunda, 400 South Orange Avenue
Mayor Dyer will welcome the Puerto Rico Trade and Export Executive Director Ricardo Llerandi and a delegation of 15 Puerto Rico-based companies to Orlando and City Hall. The delegation is comprised by entrepreneurs from multiple industries who will visit Central Florida to develop and establish business-to-business contacts for potential expansion to the region.