The Parks and Recreation Department has completed or is in the process of completing the following projects.
The following resurfacing projects are planned for this year.
The following sidewalk projects are planned for this year.
The Silver Star Road Complete Streets Study found that the intersection of Palm Drive and Ocoee Apopka Road was causing traffic impacts.
The City worked with the developer of the site north of the existing roadway to move Palm Drive north. Currently Duke and AT&T are working on relocating their poles. AT&T is working on plans to underground their facilities and remove them from the...
The City is working with Lennar to widen Clarke Road north of AD Mims Road from two-lanes to a 4-lane urban section.
Intersection improvements, including turn lanes, will help with traffic movement. The new roadway will include landscape medians and an 8’ sidewalk, connecting neighborhoods to the West Orange Trail.
The City is making improvements to the stormwater system on N Lakewood Avenue and E Oakland Avenue in order to treat stormwater before it reaches Starke Lake.
The improvement project also includes a new brick roadway surface,15 on-street parking spaces, and 10’sidewalks.
As part of the downtown sewer initiative, the City extended gravity sewer lines by 662 feet north of McKey Street to serve six downtown businesses and one residential home on McKey Street.
The vision for W. Oakland Avenue is to be redeveloped as a mix-use corridor providing retail, dining, office, and living opportunities.
The existing city hall was built when our population was half of what it is today; Now, more room is needed to house staff and resources necessary to perform City services.
Located on Cumberland Avenue south of Franklin Street.
The City is working with FDOT and Duke Energy to design and install highway LED lighting on SR 50 between SR 429 and Good Homes Road.
Numerous national, state, and local studies have determined that with increased access to public parks and trails, rates of chronic illnesses are reduced.
The CRA, City, and the West Orange Healthcare District/Foundation for a Healthier West Orange are partnering to build Healthy West Orange Wellness Park with the intent of improving overall community health factors for our residents and the local workforce...
The City of Ocoee’s Human Relations Diversity Board hosted its 18th Annual Black History Month Essay Awards Ceremony.
The ceremony was held virtually at City Hall on February 24. It was broadcast on Ocoee TV Spectrum 493 and live streamed at https://www.ocoee.org/197/Ocoee-TV.
The theme for the essay competition was “Connecting Through Diversity in an Isolated E...
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The City of Ocoee, Ocoee Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) have partnered to beautify SR 50’s medians between SR 429 and Good Homes Road. More Information >>
North Lakeshore Drive and East Oakland Avenue closed.
The intersection of North Lakeshore Drive and East Oakland Avenue will be closed starting Thursday, September 23, 2021. This closure will be for the relocation of the city’s water main around an exist...
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