In observance of Thanksgiving, City Hall and all city offices will be closed Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23, 2018. Residential recycling pick up for Thursday will be postponed to Saturday, November 24. Yard waste and trash will resume on your next scheduled pick up day.



iLead workshops include customized training at association meetings, monthly community connection workshops and the annual Neighborhood and Community Summit.



Community Connections Workshops
Community Connection Workshops are free workshops held on the 1st Saturday of the month,(with a few exceptions) designed to inform, connect and involve citizens with a variety of topics. They are also a great opportunity for neighborhood leaders to interact and learn from one another.

  To view the 2018 Community Connections Workshop Calendar, click here. for the workshops.




Mayor Dyer’s Neighborhood and Community Summit
Neighborhood and Community Summit – assembles neighborhood, arts and cultural, civic, community and faith-based leaders and volunteers every spring to share information about community building and civic engagement. The 2018 Summit will be held February 10, 2018.

Florida Neighborhoods Conference
Florida Neighborhoods Conference (FNC) – informs neighborhoods about community development and continuing education opportunities and grants. The conference also provides a significant educational development opportunity. For more information, click here.

Neighborhoods U.S.A
Neighborhoods U.S.A. (NUSA) is an annual conference that provides an opportunity for people from various communities throughout the United States to discuss the pressing issues of the time, share the best practices and offer encouragement and assistance.

Neighborhood Association Customized Training
Ongoing by request. Contact our office at 407.246.2169.

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