PEOple of Lockhart
UPDATE 5/13: The applicant has submitted a new application, which will be heard by the Board of Zoning Adjustment on July 7.
UPDATE 3/7: Orange County will hold a community meeting to discuss the project on Thursday, March 17 at 6:00 pm at Riverside Baptist Church on Forest City Road. The flyer is HERE.
UPDATE 2/17: Orange County has agreed (see HERE) that the property's zoning does not allow for a residential treatment center. B
PoL President Merry Joe Moran presents a certificate of appreciation to Lockhart Middle School Principal Donna Kirby in May. PoL meetings will be moving to Lockhart Baptist Church this summer after 3 great years at LMS.
Starting in July, our meetings will be held at Lockhart Baptist Church, near the corner of Edgewater Drive and Rose Avenue.
Join the Association working and speaking out for a better Lockhart.
Become a member today!
Just $10 per household, business or organization
Join by mail, at a meeting, or with PayPal.
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We want to recognize the great things happening in Lockhart and the great people who do them. Help us by nominating either:
* Lockhart Yard/Beautification Project of the Month
* Lockhart Unity Award - Recognizing Citizens and Businesses Who Help Make a Better Lockhart
"Lockhart Lights Up the Night"
was a great success!
Special thanks to our friends and partners who made the celebration possible:
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Mokanna Lodge No. 329
(our gracious host)
Domino's Pizza of Lockhart
The Coast to Coast Connector Trail is open on the Seminole side. Efforts to finish finish the Lockhart segment are underway!
Click HERE to learn more.
Mortgage Companies and Realtors:
The People of Lockhart Community Association is
NOT an HOA with any legal relationship to any property.
Rather, we are a voluntary membership organization comprised of businesses, residents (owners and renters) and community organizations.
Current Alerts and Announcements
On one hand, Lockhart is one of Orange County's oldest suburban areas. On the other hand, Lockhart has experienced significant growth in recent years. Some of the resources that a community of our size needs and that newer communities take for granted are not available in Lockhart. We aim to change that.
Lockhart is not immune from the challenges facing most areas of Central Florida. More than 25,000 cars a day pass through the intersection of Orange Blossom Trail & Rose Avenue alone. Lockhart has had more than its share of crime and other urban problems in recent years. We aim to change that.
About 3,500 families in two dozen neighborhoods live in Lockhart, but many don't identify Lockhart as home or consider Lockhart residents or businesses to be their neighbors. We aim to change that.