We're constantly looking for information that will help our residents and do our best to keep up with what's happening in our community. We'll continue to add to this page, making it a place to share information and resources available from both the City of Orlando and Orange County.
City of Orlando
District 4 Commissioner - Patty Sheehan
The South Eola neighborhood is located in District 4 of the City of Orlando and represented by Commissioner Patty Sheehan. Commissioner Sheehan regularly attends our South Eola community meetings on Zoom along with OPD Liaison Officer Eddie Rosado: email@example.com
To find the date of our next community meeting click here.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Update
City Services & Operations
City employees are working to serve you like always. Orlando City Hall and other city administrative buildings have reopened in limited capacity to the public. Trash is being picked up on its usual schedule. Permits, tree trimming and more than 200 other services are available online and by phone.
For updated information from the City of Orlando on the threat of coronavirus/COVID-19, click here.
Scooter Share Pilot Program
Slide presentation prepared for City Council meeting.
From this presentation we learned that the South Eola neighborhood is 2nd only to the Central Business District in overall ridership/program use.
In Slide 6 depicting the 'Busiest Routes' and 'Top 10 Streets' you'll find #1 is Central Blvd, #4 Eola Dr, #5 Church St, #8 Pine St and #10 Washington St, which all run through the South Eola neighborhood. On slide 7, the 'Scooter Parking Heat Map' you can see they are left heavily throughout the neighborhood which has been a common concern.
Slide 9 deals with the issue of 'Incorrectly Parked Scooters' detailing efforts made to prevent this, as well as assist residents in reporting this to the city and vendors.
The city now provides an easy way to report scooters to the correct company here: https://bit.ly/ReportScooter
You can scroll through the full slide presentation below.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Information
Orange County has a long list of resources covering a wide range of issues related to COVID-19: Employment and Job Retraining, Financial Assistance, Home and Utility Assistance, Food and Nutrition, Mental Health and Supportive Services, and Homeless Services. For more information, click here.