2018 - 2019
National Register of Historic Places
April 03, 2019
After months of hard work, the Lake Lawsona Historic District was officially listed in the US Park Department's National Register of Historic Places. Residents Vivian Ward, Logan Lamphere, and David Desforges worked with the City of Orlando's Historic Preservation Office Mr. Richard Forbes to accomplish this honorary recognition.
Lake Lawona Historic District "Sign Topper Project"
January 30, 2019
We completed the installation of 32 intersection sign toppers that designate the Lake Lawsona Historic District with the help of contributions from our City Commissioner Patty Sheehan and the City of Orlando Transportation Engineering Department.
New Neighborhood Entry Sign
August 20, 2018
We unveiled our new neighborhood entry sign by the intersection of S. Thornton Ave and S. Brown Ave. This project was funded by the Neighborhood Association (2014 Private Gardens Tour featuring Lake Lawsona Historic District) and a Major's Matching Grant. Our thanks go out to Rick Magley for being our Project Manager on this task.
Washington St Bridge Lighting Installation
December 01, 2018
Neighbors joined together to add lights to the Washington St. Bridge Saturday morning. We played music and worked a couple of hours to make the Bridge beautiful.
October 2018 Holloween "Porch Party"
October 26, 2018
We celebrated Halloween by joining together on Hillside Drive for another Neighborhood Porch Party.
Washington Street Bridge Ceremony
December 02, 2018
Neighbors joined together to celebrate The Christmas Season by officially lighting up the Washington St. Bridge and celebrating the annual Lake Lawsona Floating Tree illumination.
National Night Out 2018
October 02, 2018
Great night, food and friends! ❤️
We took over the street in front of Dickson Azalea Park for our annual neighborhood block party. There were games, prizes, and water balloons!
Wash the Bridge!
April 29, 2018
Washington Bridge is a historical and beautiful piece of our neighborhood. This Spring the Lawsona Fern Creak beautification committee organized a small get together to give the bridge some love and attention it deserved. We enjoyed ourselves and recruited a passing by neighbor to join in on the fun! You can see the difference the cleaning made with the polished side on the right and the to be cleaned side on the left.
If you're interested in future events like these, please contact the beautification committee at email@example.com and/or check out the Beautification Committee's page!