On Monday, April 11, Councilwoman Joy Goff-Marcil and Councilman-Elect Mike Thomas will be sworn into office.
Fire department gets accredited
The Maitland Fire Rescue Department has received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services for its compliance with national standards of excellence.
Parkside Chats returns
The city invites residents to join a member of the City Council for coffee and conversation on Wednesday, April 6.
Park event sign info
The Maitland City Council adopted Ordinance 1298 on Oct. 26, 2015, which amended the sign code to permit park event signs in predetermined locations throughout the city, if an event is held at Lake Lily.
Find your polling place
The General Municipal Election of the city of Maitland will be held on Tuesday, March 15, for the purpose of electing a City Council member (Seat #1).
Vote early at the Community Park
Vote early at Maitland Community Park running now through March 13.
Congrats to the Volunteers of the Year
Two individuals were recognized this month for their service on the city’s resident boards.
FDOT's closure continues
Plan to use U.S. Highway 17-92 on Friday night and throughout the weekend? The temporary continuous closure will restart on Friday, Feb. 19.
Road closed for about 180 days
A 200-foot piece of North Lake Sybelia Drive near 600 N. Lake Sybelia Drive will be closed due to the project for approximately 180 days.
We thank you in advance for your patience
Eastbound Horatio Avenue between Maitland Avenue and U.S. Highway 17-92 is closed for approximately two weeks.
Independence Lane extension update
During its Jan. 25 meeting, the Maitland City Council authorized the city manager to sign contracts with to purchase the necessary rights-of-way to extend Independence Lane from Horatio Avenue to George Avenue.
Be aware of closed roads
A stretch of southbound U.S. Highway 17-92 will close for two consecutive long weekends.
A smashing success
On Thursday, Jan. 7, the Maitland City Centre project broke ground with the demolition of the old Winn-Dixie site.
New year brings new construction
The new year will bring a number of construction projects in the downtown Maitland area, specifically Horatio Avenue between Maitland Avenue, U.S. Highway 17-92, and Independence Lane.
Visit the new Kings Row Park
The Maitland City Council helped to open a new neighborhood park on the east side of Maitland during a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony.