Congrats Fire Chief
The city of Maitland’s first female Fire Chief, Kimberly Neisler, started work.
Meeting on horizon
The Maitland City Council meets the second and fourth Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
2012: A year of accomplishments
Among the accomplishments: The completion of our new City Hall.
The police department offers a few tips to keep you safe from becoming a victim of crimes that may occur this time of year.
Winter fire safety
Every year the holiday season sneaks up on us and we are consumed with the activities of the season, creating a prime environment for fires
K-9 unit gets donation
Chief Doug Ball presented a $5,000 check to Council that was received from an anonymous donor to be used for the Police Department’s K-9 Unit.
Congrats to D.A.R.E. grads
The D.A.R.E. program is a positive example of the success than can be achieved when schools, police departments and the community work together.
City holiday events
Maitland’s Season of Light celebration will take place at Lake Lily Park on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 5 p.m.
Here’s wishing you and your family a happy, healthy and safe Thanksgiving.
Relief is just a strike team away
Local Central Florida law enforcement agencies have been assisting those towns devastated by hurricanes and other disasters for many years.
Thistle Lane calming devices
Utilizing a federal-aid grant (Safe Routes to Schools), the city recently completed a project installing traffic calming devices on Thistle Lane from Old Colony Lane to Mohawk Trail.
Let’s all be safety conscious
Fire safety messages – How important are they?
Halloween fun and safety
With the arrival of fall comes cooler weather, fall festivals, football games, and of course Halloween!
A time to heal
The resignation of Phil Bonus makes it possible for the city to move forward and begin a healing process following weeks of media attention and citizen concern.
FY 2013 budget highlights
On Monday, Sept. 24, City Council unanimously voted to adopt the FY 2013 budget.