Downtown Orlando Trees

Free Trees for Orlando Residents

City of Orlando offers free trees for Orlando residents through One Person, One Tree Initiative As a part of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer’s One Person, One Tree initiative, the City of Orlando, in partnership with Arbor Day’s Energy Saving Trees program and with funding from OUC and the Florida Forest Service, is providing free trees for Orlando
Lake Eola Park Orlando FL

Help Orlando Win $20K for a Local Park!

Text “PARKS” to 31279 to vote for a local park In recognition of Earth Day, the National Recreation and Park Association, Disney, ABC Television Group and ESPN are looking to revitalize park spaces across the country with their Parks Build Community initiative. The annual Meet Me at the Park Earth Month campaign allows the public
The Welcome Home Project

Central Florida Program Offers Incentives for Housing the Homeless

Central Florida program offers incentives for those who will house the chronically homeless The Central Florida Commission on Homelessness and their outreach team are taking steps to help the chronically homeless get back on their feet, permanently, through a new Central Florida program, called the “Welcome Home Project.” Brad Sefter is one of the members
O-Town West Orlando FL Community Plans

O-Town West Plans Include a Boardwalk, Lagoon, Shops & Homes

O-Town West plans by Chuck Whittall’s Unicorp include boardwalk, lagoon, shops, restaurants & homes The developer behind the IDrive 360 development known for the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye — as well as projects mixing residences and shops in Winter Park, Dr. Phillips, Lake Nona and Lake Mary — is meeting with architects this week on a
Doctor Phillips Charities College Park Orlando FL Redevelopment

Dr. Phillips Unveils College Park Packing District Plans

Dr. Phillips unveils massive College Park Packing District development plans College Park, Orlando’s oldest suburb, is getting a new neighbor called “The Packing District”. The city and Dr. Phillips Inc. plan to transform more than 200 acres west of College Park over the next decade into an eclectic mix of homes and businesses with a