Due to the holidays, we are delaying the start of the alley repaving for Clayton Avenue and Honeysuckle Avenue until January 2019. Details will be forthcoming with more specific dates. The description on the November 8, 2018, post will still apply to the process and timing.
The Celebration CDD will begin repaving the following alleys:
Honeysuckle Avenue alley in Celebration Village
Clayton Avenue alley in North Village
Work will start Monday, November 26, 2018, and be performed Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Clayton Avenue alley will continue through Friday, December 7, 2018
Honeysuckle Avenue alley will continue through Wednesday, December 19, 2018
The District’s contractor is Camcor, and they are planning on milling first. Once this is complete, garbage trucks should be able to drive on the milled surface. However, once they start excavating for the curb install, the alley will not be drivable until the paving is complete. The milling will take one to two days; then they will excavate and install the curb in sections. They need to let the concrete curb cure first, and then they will proceed with laying the asphalt.
During the milling phase (removal of the asphalt), the alley may be closed. Some dust can also be expected during this process. During this repair, access to your driveway will be restricted. It is strongly recommended that you move your vehicles to the street parking in front of your home.
The above schedule will change depending on product availability, production, and weather conditions. However, notification and progress on the project will be available on the Celebration website. Signage will be placed at the entrances to the alley at least 48 hours prior to the closing of the alley.
If you have any question or need further information regarding this project, please do not hesitate to contact the District Office at 407-566-1935.
Thanks for your cooperation during this alley repair project.
Capital Land Management will be removing and replacing sidewalk panels on Golden Canna Lane, starting Monday, October 1, 2018, to Friday, October 5, 2018. Work will be done between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Golden Canna Lane residents, please do not park your vehicle on this road as it will be closed. If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact us at 407-566-1935 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your assistance.
2019 MEETING SCHEDULE
For fiscal year 2019, regular meetings will generally be held the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Additional meetings may be scheduled as items of business dictate, and meetings may be rescheduled to accommodate Board member schedules.
REGULAR MEETING SCHEDULE:
October 16, 2018
November 20, 2018
December 18, 2018
January 15, 2019
February 19, 2019
March 19, 2019
April 16, 2019
May 21, 2019
June 18, 2019
July 16, 2019
August 20, 2019
September 17, 2019
October 22, 2018 (Monday)
January 8, 2019
March 12, 2019
May 14, 2019
July 9, 2019
September 10, 2019
At the August 14, 2018, Celebration CDD workshop, the Board of Supervisors and representatives from Osceola County will be presenting to the community recommendations for improvements to our streets. While these streets are the jurisdiction of Osceola County, they are working with the District and the community as to our desires and wishes. The Board has a liaison who meets with County staff and others from the community, and the following issues are being presented to the community for public comment:
1. Pedestrian and bicycle safety on Celebration Avenue: review of the concept plan to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety, through striping and traffic calming. Study of conceptual improvements
2. Parking around Market Square: review of the concept plan to provide parking along the post office side of the square for a limited time (5 minutes or 10 minutes). Map of proposed change
3. Proposed County ordinance to control dumpsters on streets and codify current CROA covenants and restrictions: review of the proposed County ordinance, jointly developed by CROA and Celebration CDD. Proposed Ordinance
4. Crosswalks across Campus Street at Front Street: review the possibility of installing accessible crosswalk access from the Carlyle (West) Condominiums to Town Center. Implementing this proposal will cost the CCDD approximately $15,000. Map of crosswalks
5. Spring Lake Street Parking: review of the County proposal for two new “No Parking” signs at two specific corner areas affecting emergency vehicle access Map of proposed area
6. Sycamore Street two-way traffic from Celebration Avenue to Mulberry Street: review of the concept plan to expand the existing fire hydrant "No Parking" striping to create a demarcated point of refuge allowing oncoming traffic to pass. Map of proposed parking
7. Celebration Avenue and Waterside Drive Intersection: review the County proposal to make this intersection a three-way stop, for safety reasons Map of intersection
Please join the Board of Supervisors for this workshop presentation: 6:30 p.m., August 14, 2018, at 851 Celebration Avenue, Rooms 103 and 104. The referenced concept plans and ordinance will be posted on the website www.CelebrationCDD.com as the drafts are finalized. You may email your comments to email@example.com, send it through the CeleService app, or reply using the form on the website, www.CelebrationCDD.com.
Thank you for your feedback and your continued interest in Celebration.
BrightView (formerly Girard Environmental Services) has started tree replacements today, July 2, 2018, in South Village at Spring Park Loop. Once complete, they will move toward Artisan Park.
Please contact the CDD field office with comments, questions, or concerns, 407-566-1935.
Updated post: March 16, 2018
Osceola County Road and Bridge will be milling and repaving Celebration Avenue from Celebration Boulevard north to Celebration Place, to be performed March 28 through April 6 from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. nightly.
Please contact Matthew Perry, Resurfacing Supervisor, with any comments or questions.
- Office: 407-742-7500
The sidewalk along Celebration Place (south side) in front of Florida Hospital will be closed for panel replacement work beginning February 7 through 9 from the main entrance at Hospital Road west to the next hospital entrance. The sidewalk is expected to reopen Saturday, February 10.
Please contact the District office with questions, concerns, or comments, 407-566-1935 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured below are the allee elm replacements recommended by Tom MacCubbin.
The Celebration CDD continues to move forward with hurricane repairs and cleanup.
The Board awarded a contract at the November 21, 2017, meeting for removal of tree stumps. Contracts were also awarded to remove any leaning trees that present a safety issue. Other leaning trees that are not a safety issue and have a strong root source will remain.
Mr. Tom MacCubbin, a well-known urban horticulturist (link to his web page http://betterlawns.com/abouttom.asp), has made a recommendation for tree replacements. Over the next couple months, the recommendations Mr. MacCubbin has made will be communicated to the community.
Check the website for further updates or contact the District office at 407-566-1935 with any specific questions or concerns.
Celebration Community Development District is coordinating with the County and FEMA for the removal of tree stumps. The County is currently removing the piled debris from Hurricane Irma. Removing the tree stumps is another phase that will be addressed.
We will be updating the website with any progress. Please do not hesitate to contact our office with any questions or concerns.
Update regarding the Celebration CDD's work efforts for hurricane cleanup:
The District has completed removal of all debris created by Hurricane Irma. Any further debris placed on the easements, sidewalks, or alleys will be the responsibility of the home owner or resident to remove.
The Board will review tree replacements and removal of stumps at the next Board meeting scheduled for October 17, 2017, at 6:30 p.m.
The District will have a horticultural consultant coming to Celebration to review the community and provide feedback.
Please refer to the website for any updates regarding District-related issues.
To the caring and concerned residents of Celebration who chose to honor the fallen Kissimmee police officers by attaching blue ribbons to trees and light poles:
In the way of an introduction, I am the manager of the Celebration CDD (“District”) and have been for the last 23 years. My job is to administer the affairs of the District and implement the policies of the governing Board of the District.
One important objective of the District as well as CROA and CNOA is to maintain the beauty and tranquility of Celebration. From the establishment of the District in 1994, it has been the policy of the District not to permit District property to be used for signage, or for attaching banners, notices, and similar displays to trees and light poles.
I am sure many in our community have noticed the blue ribbons attached to the street trees and in some cases light poles to honor the two police officers who were killed in the line of duty last weekend, a true tragedy that touched all of us living in Osceola County. The District has not removed the ribbons at this point, but I think we all need to be on the same page about the proper protocol as to when the ribbons will be removed.
Although a true standard does not exist for using trees and light poles to cover the heartfelt emotions for the two officers shown by our residents, I researched the more traditional way of expressing those feelings and an appropriate timeline.
The standard lies in the lowering to half-staff of our National and State flags. In the case of police officers killed in the line of duty, the flags shall be flown at half-staff on the day of interment at the local agency where the officer was employed, and at the county courthouse and city hall.
As you may know, the two officers will be laid to rest tomorrow. Since the ribbons have been up since last weekend, we have certainly met the guideline established for local and State governments. I would ask those residents who tied the ribbons to please remove them on Saturday morning, August 26.
In the future, I ask that residents refrain from using trees and light poles in this fashion, and perhaps reach out to the families of the officers and donate to them directly or to one of the many sites which have been or are made available.
Thanks for everyone’s understanding during this difficult time.
2018 Meeting Schedule
For fiscal year 2018, regular meetings will generally be held the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Additional meetings may be scheduled as items of business dictate, and meetings may be rescheduled to accommodate Board member schedules.
Regular Meeting Schedule:
- October 17, 2017
- November 21, 2017
- December 19, 2017
- January 16, 2018
- February 20, 2018
- March 20, 2018
- April 17, 2018
- May 15, 2018
- June 19, 2018
- July 17, 2018
- August 21, 2018
- September 18, 2018
- January 9, 2018
- March 13, 2018
- May 8, 2018
- July 10, 2018
- September 11, 2018
Posted: May 1, 2017, at 4:00 p.m.
Updated: May 16, 2017, at 11:00 a.m.
The interactive fountain on the downtown esplanade is still closed due to flooding in the vault that damaged the motor, transformer, and other components. We are waiting for parts that have been ordered for the repairs.
Posted: May 16, 2017, at 11:00 a.m.
Updated: May 22, 2017, at 9:00 a.m.
The South Florida Water Management District has issued a water shortage warning, and the drought level has been raised to a D2 by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
It is strongly recommended that any plans for re-sodding or re-landscaping be postponed at this time. Customers should irrigate accordingly following their two-day-a-week cycle as posted on the website (irrigation schedule) and use water conservatively.
This severe drought condition is affecting counties throughout Florida including Osceola, Polk, and Orange.
The links below provide more information regarding the water shortage:
Freeform Productions will be filming on the esplanade at the corner of Front Street and Market Street for their British TV show, "A Place in the Sun" on Monday, January 23, 2017, and also February 2, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This show helps house hunters find houses in sunny locations and will be helping some house hunters find their ideal holiday home in the Orlando area.
The film crew is very small with a maximum of seven including the cast, and sidewalks will not be blocked from pedestrian or the public's access.
If you have questions or comments about this film event, please contact Lindsay Sandrin.
Lindsey Fuller Sandrin | Associate Director
Orlando Film Commission
A Division of the Orlando Economic Development Commission
301 E. Pine Street, Suite 900 | Orlando, Florida 32801
p 407.422.7159 x216 | c 440.289.4632 | f 407.425.6428
- Downtown Celebration and Celebration Village
- West Village
- Lake Evalyn
- North Village
- Enterprise CDD (Celebration Place and Celebration Avenue from S.R. 417 to U.S. 192)
- South Village
- Artisan Park
- Aquila Reserve
- East Village
- Roseville Corner
SCHEDULED DAYS FOR 2017:
- January 5 and 6
- January 19 and 20
- February 2 and 3
- February 16 and 17
- March 2 and 3
- March 16 and 17
- April 6 and 7
- April 20 and 21
- May 4 and 5
- June 8 and 9
- July 13 and 14
- August 10 and 11
- September 7 and 8
- October 5 and 6
- October 19 and 20
- November 2 and 3
- November 16 and 17
- December 7 and 8
- December 21 and 22
Girard Environmental Services, the District's landscape contractor, will begin pruning trees according to the following schedule, beginning Monday, October 3 and estimated to be complete Tuesday, November 8. Please move your vehicles from these areas around these days so as not to hinder their progress and to protect your vehicles.
South Side of Nash – Even Numbers
Oct. 3: Celebration Ave – Blaze, 1010 Nash – 1064 Nash
Oct. 4: 1066 Nash – 1074 Nash, 1074 Nash – Oak Shadows
North Side of Nash – Odd Numbers
Oct. 5: Oak Shadows – 1075 Nash, 1075 Nash – 1063 Nash
Oct. 6: 1061 Nash – 1019 Nash
Oct. 7: 1017 Nash – Celebration Ave
West Side of Damask – Even Numbers
East Side of Damask – Odd Numbers
South Side of Banks Rose – Odd Numbers
Oct. 12: Celebration Ave – 1029 Banks Rose
Oct. 13: 1027 Banks Rose - Celebration Ave, Celebration Ave – 1014 Banks Rose
North Side of Banks Rose – Even Numbers
Oct. 13: Celebration Ave – 1014 Banks Rose
Oct. 14: 1016 Banks Rose – Celebration Ave
North Side of Mulberry – Odd Numbers
Oct. 17: 609 Mulberry – Savannah Square
Oct. 18: Savannah Square – Campus
South Side of Mulberry – Even Numbers
Oct. 18: Campus – 704 Mulberry
Oct. 19: 704 Mulberry – Front St
East Side of Sycamore
Oct. 20: Celebration Ave – Golfpark
West Side of Sycamore
Oct. 21: Golfpark – Celebration Ave
North Side of Pondview – Odd Numbers
Oct. 24: 901 Pondview – 925 Pondview
South Side of Pondview – Even Numbers
Oct. 25: Pondview Lane – 900 Pondview
South Side of Oak Shadows – Odd Numbers
Oct. 26: 727 Oak Shadows – 755 Oak Shadows
Oct. 27: 757 Oak Shadows – 773 Oak Shadows
Oct. 28: 775 Oak Shadows – 787 Oak Shadows
Oct. 31: 789 Oak Shadows – 807 Oak Shadows
Nov. 1: 809 Oak Shadows – 843 Oak Shadows
North Side of Oak Shadow – Even Numbers
Nov. 2: 842 Oak Shadows – 800 Oak Shadows
Nov. 3: 798 Oak Shadows – 784 Oak Shadows
Nov. 4: 782 Oak Shadows – 764 Oak Shadows
Nov. 7: 762 Oak Shadows – 738 Oak Shadows
Nov. 8: 736 Oak Shadows – 716 Oak Shadows
Due to a water leak, we will be closing part of Beak Street on Friday, August 19. Spring Park Loop and alleys will be accessible. Jimmy Hickman Excavating is performing the repairs, and Enterprise CDD and Celebration CDD staff will be providing assistance as needed. Depending where the leak is located, we may have to shut off the water for approximately two to five hours.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact Gary Graham at 407-572-6358 or Russ Simmons at 407-947-1238.