Azalea Park was built in the early 1950s and offered a modest, yet modern, place to live with urban services like paved roads and a municipal sewer. The neighborhood now encompasses the area east of Semoran Boulevard to Goldenrod Road between Lake Underhill Road and Colonial Drive. Azalea Park values its unique homes and lovely yards with mature landscaping, a characteristic of Orlando’s first suburbs. The Safe Neighborhood strives to involve neighbors and strengthen pride in the community.
AZALEA PARK COMMUNITY MEETING
August 14 @ 6:30 pm
Christ the King Episcopal Church
26 Willow Drive
Orlando, FL 32807
Stephen Holmes with the results of the G4S Security Patrol Study.
Rebecca Fernandez, City of Orlando Neighborhood Relations Coordinator
YARD OF THE QUARTER
Azalea Park recognizes four yards each quarter with a sign and certificate. Last quarter we recognized neighbors who decorated for the holiday season.
6716 Beamer Way
140 Kasey Dr.
5930 Dogwood Dr.
6730 Heather Dr.
We would love to see your address here in the spring, or recognize your business as a prize sponsor for Azalea Park Yard of the Quarter.
Contact us for more info.
Connect with your Azalea Park Neighbors Safely and Privately with
A private social network just for your neighborhood.
This website provides a secure way to connect with your Azalea Park neighbors.
The Azalea Park website is password-protected and is not accessible by search engines.
- Each member must verify their address to join
- Information is not shared with third parties
- Recommended by local law enforcement
Join at www.nextdoor.com
Virginia Bruton, President
Kris French, Secretary
Carmen Vicente, Treasurer
Sign-up for the Azalea Park email list to receive announcements, crime alerts (including sex offender data), safety information, and community meeting reminders.
Your contact information is NEVER shared.
Contact Virginia Bruton at: firstname.lastname@example.org