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Join the City of Casselberry in the creation of the "Lakes District"

The City of Casselberry is pursuing neighborhood strategies in an effort to beautify and brand  neighborhoods within the City. As part of this effort, staff initiated an action plan to guide both the community and the City in an effort to develop a “Lakes District” with the purpose of creating a sense of place for these established neighborhoods. The organization of a Lakes District would include the formation of a voluntary “Lakes District Advisory Board” to help to help accomplish projects and activities that benefit the district.  The Lakes District Advisory Board will then guide staff, along with neighborhood residents to create a Lakes District Strategic Plan. The goal of the Lakes District Strategic Plan is to establish a brand image in effort to invigorate this particular area of the City. This plan will guide the City in efforts to support the sense of pride the residents have for the community.   

Where is the Lakes District?

Click here to view a map of the District!

Lakes District Community Advisory Board
The Lakes District Community Advisory Board was created in September and now the board is working towards making your community a great place! To learn more about what they are doing in your community visit their website:

Next Meeting
We will have two community meetings October 18th starting at 6:30 pm and October 22nd at 9:00 am at the Police Station Multi-purpose room to gather more information from all residents of the Lakes Districts on what type of improvements they wish to see within the district! Come out and meet your new Community Advisory Board members and learn how to get involved in making your community a great place to live, work and play!

More information can be found here: Flyer

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